Shooting Stars Day Camp

Hodia Shooting Stars Day Camp | June 10th-14th, 2024

For kids currently in Pre-K (and potty-trained) to 5th grade

Shooting Stars is back for 2024 as a FULL WEEK camp! Every day is a new adventure at a different location throughout the Treasure Valley from 9:20-1:30 each day.  Camp is open to kids in Pre-K (potty-trained)-5th grade. Registration is open February 1st!

The Director of Hodia Shooting Stars Day Camp is Sharene Watsen and Assistant Director for 2024, Lisa Sanders-Troutt. Learn more about our awesome Directors, and the rest of our incredible camp leadership team!

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While at Hodia Shooting Stars Day Camp, campers will participate in a variety of activities while gaining useful skills and making lifelong friends. Campers interact with other kids and adults with type 1 diabetes and medical professionals who can teach them critical self-care skills in a safe and welcoming environment. Some of our activities of camp this year will include singing songs, arts and crafts, playing games, diabetes (FUN) education, and field trips to explore various places around Boise!

Camp Activities

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Arts & Crafts

Kids will spend time exercising the right side of their brains at camp! From bracelets, trinkets, and sculptures, our kids discover artistic talents, which some continue to pursue long after camp is over.

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A fun hands-on approach inspires young minds to take an active role that stimulates learning and addresses the developmental needs of children.

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We will be singing some of our favorite Hodia songs!

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Making Friends

At Hodia, kids meet lifelong friends who also have diabetes.

Camp Fees

Subsidized Camp Fee


This fee is for families in our service area: Idaho, Eastern Oregon and Western Wyoming. Generous supporters make this subsidy possible, and we are so grateful for each of those donors.*

Full Camp Fee


The true cost of camp. This is the fee for campers outside of our service area and for those who can pay the fee. Selecting this option allows us to spend donated funds on subsidy and/or campership of families with true financial need.



Thanks to many generous donors, Hodia has never turned a child away for financial reasons. Simply sign-up for camp and complete the Campership Application. Camperships are based on financial need. If you have an extenuating financial situation and need a full campership, or need accommodations to pay the registration fee, please call us.


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