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WE ARE LOCATED IN PA. But we will travel we have servised New Jersey, New York, Delaware, Maryland, Virginia, West Virginia, Mass., Michigan, Conn., Ohio, Georgia AND SURROUNDING STATES. Our Cinderella carriages with white horses have been in movies, been on MTV, TLC MASTER OF RECEPTIONS, TLC MY BIG FAT AMERICAN GYPSY WEDDING in 2011 and PREMIER SHOW 2016, SAY YES TO THE DRESS THE BIG DAY 2016 ABC show for Extreme Home Makeover, local TV stations in Pa. Chanel 69 One Tank Trip, we have done ads for other businesses worked with celebrities such as Bam, Michael Keaton, Mark Walburg, Yung Joc, Akon, Dejesus, and others we have had many queens and princesses from towns and organizations such as the Preakness Princess and Miss Newark New Jersey just to mention a few. This is a one of its kind cinderella carriage designed and built here at Bee Tree Trail. We are proud of this cinderella carriage pulled by white horses it is a dream come true for allot of people, carriage rental has been used in weddings, proms, wedding engagements, dinner rides, birthday parties from 4 years old to country carriage rides for senior citizens and anniversaries, Cinderella carriage has been used for charity events like at Camp Can Do a program by the American Cancer Society for children with cancer, relay for life, by Autism and for a family that was scheduled to go to Disney world when the mother was diagnosed with a life threatening case of cancer we helped bring disney world to them in Maryland, helped with the Make-a-wish foundation also a blue ribbon winner at several draft horse commercial hitch classes. Contact us for your horse drawn Cinderella carriage ride fill out the QUOTE FORM ON LINE and we will send you a QUOTE WAY OF E_MAIL. Maybe we can help you make a dream come true.


BEE TREE TRAIL providing a Cinderella's Carriage for the dance at Camp Can-Do!

The American Cancer Society's Camp Can-Do gives children with cancer a break from treatments and hospitals, while providing a place for these young survivors to act like children.

The camp takes place at Gretna Glen Camp Grounds in Mt. Gretna, PA. The address is 87 Old Mine Road, Lebanon, PA 17042

The American Cancer Society's Camp Can-Do gives children with cancer a break from treatments and hospitals, while providing a place for these young survivors to act like children.
BEE TREE TRAIL
providing a Cinderella's Carriage for the dance at Camp Can-Do!

The American Cancer Society's Camp Can-Do gives children with cancer a break from treatments and hospitals, while providing a place for these young survivors to act like children.

BEE TREE TRAIL
providing a Cinderella's Carriage for the dance at Camp Can-Do!

The American Cancer Society's Camp Can-Do gives children with cancer a break from treatments and hospitals, while providing a place for these young survivors to act like children.

BEE TREE TRAIL
providing a Cinderella's Carriage for the dance at Camp Can-Do!

The American Cancer Society's Camp Can-Do gives children with cancer a break from treatments and hospitals, while providing a place for these young survivors to act like children.

BEE TREE TRAIL
providing a Cinderella's Carriage for the dance at Camp Can-Do!

The American Cancer Society's Camp Can-Do gives children with cancer a break from treatments and hospitals, while providing a place for these young survivors to act like children.

BEE TREE TRAIL
providing a Cinderella's Carriage for the dance at Camp Can-Do!

The American Cancer Society's Camp Can-Do gives children with cancer a break from treatments and hospitals, while providing a place for these young survivors to act like children.

BEE TREE TRAIL
providing a Cinderella's Carriage for the dance at Camp Can-Do!

The American Cancer Society's Camp Can-Do gives children with cancer a break from treatments and hospitals, while providing a place for these young survivors to act like children.

BEE TREE TRAIL
providing a Cinderella's Carriage for the dance at Camp Can-Do!

The American Cancer Society's Camp Can-Do gives children with cancer a break from treatments and hospitals, while providing a place for these young survivors to act like children.

BEE TREE TRAIL
providing a Cinderella's Carriage for the dance at Camp Can-Do!

The American Cancer Society's Camp Can-Do gives children with cancer a break from treatments and hospitals, while providing a place for these young survivors to act like children.

BEE TREE TRAIL
providing a Cinderella's Carriage for the dance at Camp Can-Do!

The American Cancer Society's Camp Can-Do gives children with cancer a break from treatments and hospitals, while providing a place for these young survivors to act like children.

BEE TREE TRAIL
providing a Cinderella's Carriage for the dance at Camp Can-Do!

The American Cancer Society's Camp Can-Do gives children with cancer a break from treatments and hospitals, while providing a place for these young survivors to act like children.

BEE TREE TRAIL
providing a Cinderella's Carriage for the dance at Camp Can-Do!

The American Cancer Society's Camp Can-Do gives children with cancer a break from treatments and hospitals, while providing a place for these young survivors to act like children.

BEE TREE TRAIL
providing a Cinderella's Carriage for the dance at Camp Can-Do!

The American Cancer Society's Camp Can-Do gives children with cancer a break from treatments and hospitals, while providing a place for these young survivors to act like children.

BEE TREE TRAIL
providing a Cinderella's Carriage for the dance at Camp Can-Do!

The American Cancer Society's Camp Can-Do gives children with cancer a break from treatments and hospitals, while providing a place for these young survivors to act like children.

BEE TREE TRAIL
providing a Cinderella's Carriage for the dance at Camp Can-Do!

The American Cancer Society's Camp Can-Do gives children with cancer a break from treatments and hospitals, while providing a place for these young survivors to act like children.

BEE TREE TRAIL
providing a Cinderella's Carriage for the dance at Camp Can-Do!

The American Cancer Society's Camp Can-Do gives children with cancer a break from treatments and hospitals, while providing a place for these young survivors to act like children.

BEE TREE TRAIL
providing a Cinderella's Carriage for the dance at Camp Can-Do!

The American Cancer Society's Camp Can-Do gives children with cancer a break from treatments and hospitals, while providing a place for these young survivors to act like children.

BEE TREE TRAIL
providing a Cinderella's Carriage for the dance at Camp Can-Do!

The American Cancer Society's Camp Can-Do gives children with cancer a break from treatments and hospitals, while providing a place for these young survivors to act like children.

BEE TREE TRAIL
providing a Cinderella's Carriage for the dance at Camp Can-Do!

The American Cancer Society's Camp Can-Do gives children with cancer a break from treatments and hospitals, while providing a place for these young survivors to act like children.

BEE TREE TRAIL
providing a Cinderella's Carriage for the dance at Camp Can-Do!

The American Cancer Society's Camp Can-Do gives children with cancer a break from treatments and hospitals, while providing a place for these young survivors to act like children.

BEE TREE TRAIL
providing a Cinderella's Carriage for the dance at Camp Can-Do!

The American Cancer Society's Camp Can-Do gives children with cancer a break from treatments and hospitals, while providing a place for these young survivors to act like children.

BEE TREE TRAIL
providing a Cinderella's Carriage for the dance at Camp Can-Do!

The American Cancer Society's Camp Can-Do gives children with cancer a break from treatments and hospitals, while providing a place for these young survivors to act like children.

BEE TREE TRAIL
providing a Cinderella's Carriage for the dance at Camp Can-Do!

The American Cancer Society's Camp Can-Do gives children with cancer a break from treatments and hospitals, while providing a place for these young survivors to act like children.

BEE TREE TRAIL
providing a Cinderella's Carriage for the dance at Camp Can-Do!

The American Cancer Society's Camp Can-Do gives children with cancer a break from treatments and hospitals, while providing a place for these young survivors to act like children.

BEE TREE TRAIL
providing a Cinderella's Carriage for the dance at Camp Can-Do!

The American Cancer Society's Camp Can-Do gives children with cancer a break from treatments and hospitals, while providing a place for these young survivors to act like children.

BEE TREE TRAIL
providing a Cinderella's Carriage for the dance at Camp Can-Do!

The American Cancer Society's Camp Can-Do gives children with cancer a break from treatments and hospitals, while providing a place for these young survivors to act like children.

BEE TREE TRAIL
providing a Cinderella's Carriage for the dance at Camp Can-Do!

The American Cancer Society's Camp Can-Do gives children with cancer a break from treatments and hospitals, while providing a place for these young survivors to act like children.

BEE TREE TRAIL
providing a Cinderella's Carriage for the dance at Camp Can-Do!

The American Cancer Society's Camp Can-Do gives children with cancer a break from treatments and hospitals, while providing a place for these young survivors to act like children.

BEE TREE TRAIL
providing a Cinderella's Carriage for the dance at Camp Can-Do!


The American Cancer Society's Camp Can-Do gives children with cancer a break from treatments and hospitals, while providing a place for these young survivors to act like children.

BEE TREE TRAIL
providing a Cinderella's Carriage for the dance at Camp Can-Do!


The American Cancer Society's Camp Can-Do gives children with cancer a break from treatments and hospitals, while providing a place for these young survivors to act like children.Camp Can-Do Fact Sheet

Why do we run a camp?
The American Cancer Society's Camp Can-Do was first organized in 1983 to give children with cancer a break from treatments and hospitals, while providing a place for these young survivors to act like children.

Who are the campers?
Children, ages 8 to 17, who are currently undergoing cancer treatment or are within five years of their last treatment, attend the week-long program.

Where is the Pennsylvania location?
Gretna Glen Camp in Mt. Gretna, PA, is the site for Camp Can-Do. Features include a lake, a pool, soccer field, and campgrounds, and this beautiful site provides a comfortable environment for the young campers.

What types of activities are held at the camp?
Activities at Camp Can-Do include: outdoor cooking, arts and crafts, camp sing-alongs, swimming, canoeing, archery, a challenge course, and field games. In addition, children are treated to a day at Hershey Park and theme dance.

Who are the counselors?
Supervising the campers are volunteer counselors, who are trained to meet the physical and emotional needs of campers. A physician and three nurses are also on duty around the clock to administer medication and provide first aid and other medical services. The ratio of campers to counselors is 2:1, giving all campers a personal touch.

 

What does it cost?
Camp Can-Do is provided free of charge to cancer patients by the American Cancer Society's Pennsylvania Division. It costs over $650 to sponsor one child for camp.

Facts about Children & Cancer
According to the American Cancer Society's Cancer Facts & Figures 2005, an estimated 9,510 new cases of childhood cancer are expected to occur among children aged 0-14 in 2005. An estimated 1,585 deaths are expected to occur among children aged 0-14 in 2005, about one-third of them from leukemia. Despite its rarity, cancer is the chief cause of death by disease in children under the age of 15. However, mortality rates from childhood cancer have declined about 49% since 1975. For all childhood cancers combined, five-year relative survival rates have improved markedly over the past 30 years.

For more information about Camp Can-Do or Sibling Camp, please call 570.387.0834 or 1.800.ACS.2345.

Camp Can Do is accredited by the American Camp Association.

Dave,

Thank you so much again for being so helpful with providing a Cinderella's Carriage for our dance at Camp Can-Do!

Thanks
Jacob Morrison

BEE TREE TRAIL
Would also like to thank those all involved with the American Cancer Society's for having us be a part of such a moving event, and to the children we hope you the very best.

Best Wishes To All!

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