Midwest Children's Burn Camp is the 2nd full week of August. The camp is exclusively for burn-injured children age 6-17 who were hospitalized in the Midwest for more than 24 hours. There is no fee. All children attend free of charge. Activities include swimming, sailing, water skiing, tubing, archery, arts & crafts, high & low rope courses and many other outdoor activities.
Financial Assistance Available
No child pays to attend camp. All children attend on scholarship.
Three meals and an evening snack are provided daily. There is a salad bar every lunch & dinner. Fresh, home-made soup is served every lunch. Meals are served family style. Attention is made to provide for any special dietary needs, i.e., gluten free, vegetarian, etc.
More About Camp
Midwest Children's Burn Camp provides burn-injured children the opportunity to be with others who share the same experience and to realize they are not alone. The counselors are adult burn survivors, firefighters, nurses and people from the general public. The goal is to provide friends, fun & memories while building self-esteem. It is a time to learn that we are not defined by the
Activities & Features
Outdoor Activities Ropes Course Rock Climbing
Performing Arts Dance Music
Land Sports Basketball
Water Sports Swimming Canoeing Fishing SCUBA Water Skiing Kayaking Sailing
Other Activities arts & crafts 110' water slide nature top chef (cooking) human foosball