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About Camp Frozen Chozen

Camp Frozen Chozen is designed to allow children with special medical needs and their siblings the
opportunity to experience camping and a variety of other traditional camp activities. Campers also benefit from educational programming regarding living with a bleeding disorder while having access to some of Alaska’s best bleeding disorder medical attention. Campers come to enjoy the outdoors, learn life skills, develop peer support, learn to manage and live with a bleeding disorder as well as learn how to take ownership over their own care and treatment. Camp Frozen Chozen stresses personal independence and community.

Our Facility: King's Lake Camp

Kings Lake Camp is a year-round camp and retreat center near Wasilla, located on the Northern point of Cook Inlet in the Matanuska-Susitna Valley just 45 minutes north of Anchorage.

Guests and campers enjoy scenic views, beautiful Psalm lake, idyllic log cabins, multi-purpose meeting spaces, hiking trails & outdoor spaces, opportunities for outdoor recreation, education, & team building, and much more on the 300 acre property.


King's Lake Camp website

The skills, friendships, fun, and experiences from Camp Frozen Chozen will be carried in their memories and used throughout their lifetime for each and every person that attended Camp.

Camp activities include, games, crafts, swimming, singing, skits, hiking, and campfires.

At our beautiful site outside of wasilla, campers sleep in cozy log cabins with bunk beds and mattresses and share a centralized bathroom & shower house. Each camper will belong to a cabin group with at least 2 adult counselors.


*AHA/ABDC’s Infectious Disease Duty of Care is subject to change at any time. All changes will be updated on this page.

This information was last updated 5/10/2023.

1. All participants are treated with respect and consideration, valuing a diversity of views and opinions

2. Strive for inclusive, transparent, and open communication

3. Be considerate, respectful, and collaborative in speaking and listening

4. Acknowledge the contributions of others

5. Respect the rules and policies of the Camp

6. Comply with the safety protocols prescribed by AHA and venues including protocols in place for all infectious diseases

7. Respect all participants’ personal choices

AHA reserves the right to update this safety policy should the destination city and state’s COVID-19 community level change. When the community level is “high,” the CDC recommends that people wear masks for all indoor events. We ask that all attendees respect participants’ personal choices with respect to wearing a mask even if others do not wear one. Harassment of any kind will not be tolerated.

AHA will continue to monitor and update safety precautions for Events and coordinate with trusted national resources, state and local public health agencies, and venues. AHA reserves the right to modify these policies and procedures at any time.

Due to the recent CDC guidance update regarding COVID-19, AHA will no longer require proof of vaccination or negative COVID-19 tests in order to attend CFC.

However, all participants are STRONGLY encouraged to (1) stay “up to date” with their COVID-19 vaccinations including any boosters, and (2) obtain a negative COVID-19 PCR test or rapid antigen test prior to attending CFC.

Coming together in person has numerous benefits, not the least of which are solidifying and showing care for our community. By attending the Camp, participants accept responsibility to act in the best interests of their health, the health of others who attend, and the communities to which they will return after CFC.

In keeping with AHA’s duty of care and our responsibility as an event host, AHA is guided by recommendations from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and will abide by the legal mandates of the destination city and state at the time of the 2023 Camp Frozen Chozen.

For the purpose of this duty of care, infectious disease includes: COVID-19, Influenza, Mpox, etc.


Infectious disease Duty of Care

As such, participants will:

1. Follow the CDC guidance, “Isolation and Precautions for People with (or exposed to) COVID-19,” found at

2. Not participate with COVID-19 symptoms

3. Depart the Event if COVID-19 symptoms develop


1. All attendees acknowledge that an inherent risk of exposure to infectious diseases, including COVID-19 exists, in any public place where people are present. 

2. Attendees may be subject to testing when on-site.

3. Face coverings (masks) are optional, however, AHA encourages attendees to wear a mask throughout the camp if they are, or someone in their home is, immunocompromised or at high risk for severe illness, or if they have a family member who is currently ineligible to receive a COVID-19 vaccine. All attendees should be mindful and respectful of other attendees' health choices.  

4. Stay Home When Appropriate: If you have tested positive for COVID-19 or flu, are waiting for COVID-19 test results, have COVID-19 symptoms, feel sick or unwell, or if have had close contact with a person who has tested positive for or who has symptoms of COVID-19, please do not attend the camp.