Camp For All: A Camp in Texas for Tourette Syndrome Patients

If you’re looking for a Tourette syndrome camp in Texas, you want to be sure that it is staffed by counselors who understand this unique condition. But you also want a camp that provides a safe, fun opportunity to enjoy outdoor activities, learn and develop new skills, socialize and make friends.

At Camp For All, we’ve been providing barrier-free camping experience for children and adults with all types of special needs since 1998. Our leadership team has more than a half-century of special needs camping experience. At our Texas camp for Tourette syndrome and in all of our programs, our campers can enjoy a full camp experience in a safe, nonjudgmental environment.

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Camp Facts:

  • Camp For All partners with more than 65 other not-for-profit organizations each year
  • More than 11,000 campers attend Camp For All throughout the year
  • Camp For All has served more than 160,000 campers since the gates opened

About Our Camp

We’re located in beautiful Burton, Texas, on more than 200 acres of land just over an hour from Houston. We have over 100,000 square feet of facilities, including:

  • Equestrian facilities
  • A specially designed pool
  • Two lakes
  • Nature trails for walking and bicycling
  • Small animal farm
  • Indoor and outdoor challenge courses

And much more. Our summer camp for children with Tourette’s even has a camper kitchen, a recording studio and a camp news network so that campers can develop new skills that they might be discouraged from pursuing elsewhere.

A Summer Camp for Adults with Tourette’s

Camp For All offers camp programs for adults as well as children. We host more than 11,000 campers each year. We know that adults with Tourette’s syndrome are often self-conscious about participating in group activities. Our Tourette syndrome summer camp in Texas gives people of all ages the chance to enjoy a wide range of activities, challenge themselves and be around people who “get” them.


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.

Contact Us Today

Whether you’re looking for a for summer camp for children with Tourette’s or a unique camp experience for yourself, call us at 979-289-3752 or email us at Our friendly, knowledgeable team will be happy to answer all of your questions.


6301 Rehburg Road
Burton, TX 77835
P: 979-289-3752
F: 979-289-5046


3701 Kirby Drive, Suite 570
Houston, TX 77098
P: 713-686-5666
F: 713-686-1242