“At home I’m Clark Kent. At Camp For All, I’m Superman!”
Camper from Camp Hope at Camp For All
Here’s what to expect at Camp For All!
Let’s put it this way, your experience at Camp For All will be unique, memorable, fun, and you will want to come back!
While at camp you live in a cabin and become part of a family of campers that are the same gender and age as you. The cabin can hold up to 14 campers and awesome counselors who are there to make your camp experience even more fun.
Here’s what a typical day looks like:
- Wake up and get ready for the day! (Yeah, it does include brushing your teeth!)
- Go to the air conditioned/heated Dining Hall and have a scrumptious breakfast! (If you have a special diet, don’t worry we can have great food for you to eat, too!)
- Enjoy morning energizers to really wake you up and get going!
- First activity of the day could include sports, horses or canoes.
- Second activity of the morning: more fun at activities like inner tube water polo or arts and crafts
- A yummy lunch in the Dining Hall
- Cabin time: A little down time with your cabin friends to get your energy back before afternoon activities during weeklong camp. Weekend camps go right back to activities
- Snack time! Before activities start back up, we help nourish our bodies by having a snack at the pavilion during weeklong summer groups.
- In the afternoon you can participate in more activities like high ropes, fishing, nature and also plenty of pool time at free swim when the weather is hot!
- Once the afternoon activities are finished, it is time for dinner!
- After dinner everyone heads back to their cabin to get ready for the night activity
- A whole camp can gather together for night activities like parties, carnivals, karaoke, talent shows and wish boat. (Come find out what that is!!)
- What a day! Lights out and a good rest so you will be ready for another exciting tomorrow!
What can I do at camp?
Remember, Camp For All is all about what you can do as opposed to what you can’t! The Camp For All programs are considered universal. That means that regardless of your physical ability or your age, you can do almost everything and then brag about your accomplishments when you go home!
How can people reach me at camp?
They can send mail to you at:
6301 Rehburg Rd
Burton, TX 77835
Click here EMAIL TO CAMP to find out if your family and friends can send you emails at camp!
What should I bring to camp?
Every camp is different; please check with your camp director for a specific list, and themed days. Click here (link to: what to bring list) for staples for every campers gear.
Will I be able to buy supplies at camp?
Who do I really need to meet when I get there?
You can find Spot milling about the campgrounds snacking or hanging with campers.
- My favorite color is yellow…like hay.
- My favorite TV show is the Suite Life on Deck.
- If I could be a food I would be pepperoni pizza because it has spots like me.
- The last book I read is Charlotte’s Web.
- I love to roller skate.
- The camp activity I like best is biking.
- Listening to Evacuate the Dance Floor by Cascada makes me want to dance.
Forest is the official Camp For All mascot! Many of us believe Forest hitchhiked all the way from Madagascar to get to Camp For All (he’s an African Spurred Tortoise). Just a few miles shy of his journey, he was spotted by camp staff who gladly brought him the rest of the way.
- My favorite color is blue.
- My favorite TV show is Glee.
- If I could be a food I would be a taco salad because it’s yummy goodness in a shell.
- The last book I read is The Giver.
- My favorite camp activity is aquatics. I can’t swim, but love the zero entry pool.
- Listening to Tic Tok by Ke$ha makes me laugh.