Some of the outdoors adventures that we have done are:
Hunting of turkey, rabbit, bear and deer, down hill skiing, fishing, ATV rides, snowmobiling, just playing in the snow or just a weekend get-a-way. Would you like to go dog sledding, on a horse drawn sleigh or wagon ride?
We invite you to fill out an application, have a parent/guardian sign it and send it to us. Remember that a guardian must come with the child and that some family members are welcome to come too.
KCK CODE OF CONDUCT
KCK is a non-profit organization that provides outdoor adventures for children with life threatening illnesses at no cost to the family. We are committed to establishing an environment that is safe and fosters optimal adventures and opportunities for all of our guests. This code of conduct sets a standard to guide that process. It includes, but is not limited to the following:
- Respect personal property – Keep a neat area, take care of building and supplies and take care of other people’s property. Keep track of personal equipment, we cannot be responsible for lost items.
- Safety & Health – Respect the health and safety of yourself and others by being aware of rules, regulations and safety of any activity you are partaking in. Examples: Hunting, fishing, boating, 4-wheeling etc. Keep alcohol consumption to a minimum. Alcohol may not be served to minors.
- Parenting – A parent or legal guardian must accompany the child at the lodge. This person(s) must be accountable for the child and their actions.
- Understanding success – Hunting and fishing trips are natural resource or “wild” outings and are not 100% guaranteed to success.
- Respect another child’s wish – If you feel that you or your child’s adventure was fulfilled to your satisfaction, please let the facilities next opening be used by another child or family.
Conduct within KCK
- Duty of loyalty – Respect the character of your position and maintain your performance of duties delegated.
- Courtesy and respect – Treat your guests with courtesy and respect, without harassment or verbal abuse.
- Diversity – Act with tolerance, sensitivity and respect toward other persons’ cultures and backgrounds.
- Accountability – You remain accountable for tasks at hand and are expected to exercise control and supervision over matters for which you are responsible.
- Safety – For your safety and the safety of others, KCK expects all members to adhere with the rules and guidelines of safety regarding whatever activity they are partaking in. Examples: Hunting, fishing, boating, 4 wheeling etc.