Camp For All: A Camp in Texas for Neurofibromatosis (NF)
Camp For All is a fun and safe inclusive summer camp in Texas providing barrier-free activities to kids and adults with challenging illnesses and special needs. We’ve proudly operated our camp for wonderful visitors from all around the country since 1998. Over 11,000 happy campers have graced our presence annually.
Our friendly staff loves seeing campers, both old and new, grow confident through truly barrier-free experiences and stimulating activities they wouldn’t have access to at home. You will enjoy additional piece of mind knowing that we require an annual background check of all volunteers. We maintain exemplary safety standards as a phenylketonuria camp in Texas.
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The Premier Summer Camp for Children with NF
We work with other not-for-profit organizations to create the best intentional camping experience possible for our visitors. Here are some reasons to camp with us as a trusted and respected summer camp for children with NF:
- Discovery-oriented activities for exceptional growth.
- Camp volunteers have annual background checks.
- Open year-round (except for end of November, December, and first week of January).
- Available to visit hospitals and bring camp to YOU!
- Kids realize they are not alone and spark wonderful friendships.
- Award-winning! National Award from the American Camp Association.
We pride ourselves on being a Texas summer camp for NF that warmly welcomes children with special needs from all over the nation. Here, they will successfully connect with others and take comfort in the further realization that they are not alone in their challenges.
I had a seizure at Camp. When I got through it, I said, ‘I guess I have to go home, now. And they said, No….Let’s go to archery!’ It made me realize that I wasn’t defined by having epilepsy.
Please contact us for more information about our summer camp for adults with NF, as well as children with challenging illnesses. You may call us at 979-289-3752 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.