A group of visually impaired hikers use canes to navigate a wooded trail
 

Camp Tuhsmeheta

Camp Tuhsmeheta (Camp T) is a campground in Greenville, Michigan owned and operated by MDE-LIO. The campground was established in 1974 as part of the Michigan School for the Blind (MSB). The MSB named the camp for the four senses used by its visitors: touch (tuh), smell (sme), hear (he), and taste (ta).

Today, Camp T continues as a site used for MDE-LIO outdoor programming. The camp is also open to any group who wants to take advantage of this beautiful, natural setting. Camp T is located on Flannigan Lake at the western edge of the Morgan Mills chain of lakes. With 301 pristine acres of pine and oak forests, the campground offers a variety of unique opportunities for day or overnight programs.

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