Highbrook Lodge

Highbrook Lodge, the first camp in the United States built specifically for blind or visually impaired persons, was opened in June 1928, the gift of three pioneering Cleveland Sight Center volunteers and early supporters: Prudence Sherwin, and Ida and Josephine Grasselli. Five miles south of Chardon, Ohio, it is named for a rippling stream that descends the length of Highbrookrsquos gently sloping hillside.

It is a place where independence and self-sufficiency are encouraged, campers can improve orientation and mobility skills, increase their ability to live independently and, most importantly, learn while having fun surrounded by natural beauty.

Camp activities include:

  • Swimming
  • Music and Dance
  • Sports and Recreation
  • Orientation and Mobility
  • Field trips include horseback riding and picnics at Lake Erie

Facilities include:

  • 63 acres of forest
  • Heated swimming pool
  • Outdoor bowling alley
  • Wilderness camping area
  • Handicap-accessibility
Provider Information
Bob Coachman, Camp Director
216-791-8118 x 4596
12944 Aquilla Road,Chardon,OH
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