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Daddy & Me Trips

Like our Mommy & Me retreats, our Daddy & Me trips give our dads and other male caregivers time away in a super fun environment  with their neurotypical sons and daughters

Our 1st Annual Daddy & Me will be held at the amazing Camp Geneva Lake Retreat in Fruitland Park, FL over Memorial Day weekend, 2024. This is located in North Central Florida, north of Orlando.

Join us May 24-27, 2024 for 3 nights of cabin camping, new friends, fire pits, swimming, basketball, zip line, basketball, and other fun camp activities.

  • $100 non-refundable deposit to hold beds for your entire party. 

  • $100 per person for the full 3 nights


  • Shared cabins with bunkbeds, AC, and indoor showers/bathrooms.

  • Lake Area (floating dock; water trampoline; beach area; blob; canoes; paddles; lifejackets/vests)

  • Pool with lighted pavilion (electric hookups, deck chairs and picnic tables)

  • Volleyball Pit (one at lake area and one in Hideaway area)

  • Gaga Pit (one at lake area and one in Hideaway area)

  • Covered Pavilion-Hideaway area

  • Hideaway Amphitheater (lighting, electric hookups, fire pit with firewood)

  • Lake Amphitheater (lighting, electric hookups, fire pit with firewood)

  • Gymnasium-air conditioned (basketballs and hoops along with other balls)

  • Low Ropes Course

  • Cornhole boards and bags

  • Human Foosball

  • Illuminated Sports Fields (one in Hideaway area in addition to one at front of camp and near auditorium-3 total)

  • Lodge with indoor meeting area and 4 restrooms (this is the building in the Hideaway area that has a meeting area, small kitchen, fridge, freezer, coffee bar and deck with grills)

  • Auditorium with stage, speakers, overhead screens and sound booth

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Our 1st Annual Daddy & Me trip is now scheduled for  May 24-27, 2024  in Fruitland Park, FL.   




Dads & their neuro-typical daughters/sons or Dads and their own dads/brothers, etc.   All adoptive/foster dads welcome (with or without diagnosis), and men caring for their spouses or parents. 

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