Camps & Recreation
Salt Lake City, UT - NF Camp is the annual summer camp of the Children's Tumor Foundation, dedicated to teens and young adults, ages 12-25, living with neurofibromatosis (NF). NF Camp is not just about the fun-filled activities, it is a chance to make lasting friendships with other people who understand what it's like to be a young person with NF.
St. George, VA - Camp New Friends is a summer camp for children and young adults with NF ages 7-17. "Campers participate and choose from a myriad of activities. Support groups and educational programs promote knowledge, skill development and social connections."
Burton, TX - NF Family Camp, a camp for patients with NF and their families, facilitates time for patients to learn, laugh, and form meaningful relationships with other individuals with NF.
Memphis, TN - Camp Conquest is a week long overnight faith-based camp for individuals with disabilities and chronic illnesses of all ages.
Knoxville, TN - Open Doors TN is a non-profit organization offering camps and programs for individuals with disabilities.
Gainesboro, TN - Camp Discovery is a summer camp for individuals with disabilities, ages 7-90 years old to gain experiences and form friendships.
Thompson's Station, TN - White Fawn Farm offers an Equine Therapeutic summer camp for individuals with disabilities, serving all ages, children and adults.
Nashville, TN - Friends Life Community is a non-profit organization that builds a community of adult individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities to provide opportunities for social interactions and foundations to form friendships. Through continuing education and job training, they offer participants every opportunity to achieve their full potential and discover their place within the community and the world.
Scottsville, KY - The Center for Courageous Kids is a camp typically a camp designated for seriously ill children who could not even be considered for other programs and their families. They also partner with various organizations to host camps for their members and families. Such partnerships have included organizations for Prader-Willi syndrome, Down syndrome, Williams syndrome, autism, hard of hearing/ hearing impairments, and visual impairments/ blindness.