Meet New Kids & Build Your Confidence!
Made possible through generous donations which make camp FREE to our families, children with medical challenges and special needs, ages 6-19 enjoy a summer day camp (Monday to Friday 8am-3pm) from mid-June until the end of July. Siblings of these children are also invited to join them to experience some MAGICAL FUN including our splashpad, basketball and other sports, crafts, plus our accessible playground. Campers will go on field trips and experience lots of interesting talented guests!
To attend summer camp, children MUST ATTEND 2-3 events offered during our school year programming. Campers bring their own lunch and each day two (2) snacks are provided by Camelot. Children are invited to register for camp from January – March each year. Be sure to complete the application process during the fall of each year prior to this. Each camper receives two (2) free t-shirts that must be worn during camp, which can be picked up at orientation or your first day of camp.
Teen, adults and healthcare professional volunteers are needed to make summer camp a success. Applications can be completed throughout the year and service hours are accomplished for those who need them. Volunteers arrive at 7:45am during summer camp and must be picked up by 3pm.
A camp orientation is conducted for campers / families and volunteers a couple weeks before camp starts. A brief orientation will also be offered on your first day of volunteering. Remember to bring your lunch, sunscreen, and swimsuit/towel/water shoes for the splashpad! Each volunteer will receive one free t-shirt that must be worn for camp, which can be picked up at orientation or your first day of camp.
Minimum Requirements for Camper Participation at Camelot:
Participant must be 6-19 years of age, independent with bathroom abilities, and able to dress & feed themselves. If they are not independent with these activities, they can participate at Camelot if they bring their own qualified caregiver. A caregiver who comes to camp with your child must be independently able to assist the child with all of these needs, and should not routinely require a Camelot nurse or volunteer to execute these tasks.