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PO Box 418
Monticello IA 52310
Ph. 319-465-5916
Omelet Breakfast
Get all the details about the Omelet Breakfast and Open House on April 27th.
Great Give Day
Tues, May 6th

Make your Donation Count for More! Tues. May 6th! Donate a minimum of $10 to Camp Courageous throughout the foudnation and give camp a chance to earn local and national matching dollars to enhance your gift! Give during the hours of 9am to 10am, noon to 1pm, or 7pm to 8pm to make your gift count double!
Online Cruisin' Reg.
Get details and sign-up now for the 2014 Cruisin' for Camp Courageous with your show vehicle.
Virtual Camp Tour
Take a look around the camp and inside the camp buildings with this 360-degree Virtual Tour.
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Camp Courageous saddened by passing of Don Simpson

Don & Marilou Simpson have been two of the most exceptional volunteers in the camp’s history. Don & Marilou have been involved with Camp Courageous for nearly 20-years and dedicated over 2-years of their lives to living at camp and volunteering, morning, noon and night. They first heard of Camp Courageous from being loyal listeners [...]

Camp Courageous loses friend and former neighbor Harry Prull

Harry Prull was involved with Camp Courageous, since its beginning. Living “just down the road” from camp, he and camp’s first director, Gary Turbes, had a bond, that lasted a life time.

Any time I would see Harry, he would ask how Gary was doing. During those early years, Gary often called on Harry [...]

Camp Courageous loses long-time volunteer Lois Holm

Lois Holm, 91, of Greeley CO passed away March 22, 2014…thus ending a long era of volunteer professional assistance to Camp Courageous. Lois, and her husband, Lewis Holm played a very key role in my early years at Camp Courageous.

Lew was a development director for Wartburg Theological Seminary in Dubuque for years. In 1980 [...]

Camp Courageous sadden by loss of long-time volunteer Max Dirks

Camp Courageous was very saddened by the passing of Max Dirks, 76, of Scotch Grove, IA. Max was very involved in camp as a volunteer. He headed up the parking of vehicles for big camp events, from the Open House/Breakfasts to Cruisin’ for Camp Courageous. Anytime camp needed something picked-up, Max was willing to go.


Benn Family selects Camp Courageous for memorials

Louis Benn from Manchester stopped by camp to present a large donation in memory of his brother Danny. Louis stated he felt his brother would have appreciated having his memorials donated to Camp Courageous. We thank Louis and the Benn Family for thinking of camp and their generosity.