Camp Schedule

Alex

Camper

IN THE SPOTLIGHT

Alex, Camper

"Roundup River Ranch is a place where you can be yourself. It is a week of fun and activities many of us would not try without coming to camp. It was a week when I can let everything out. I did not have to worry about anything and I just had fun!"

2017 Camp Schedule

Three cheers for Camp! The Camper application for the 2017 camp season is now available. We encourage you to apply as soon as possible as applications for camp are accepted on a first-come, first-served basis. 

Open House: Saturday, May 13, 2017 

Summer Camp:

Session 1

6/7/2017 - 6/12/2017

Heart Disease, Heart Transplant

Session 2

6/16/2017 - 6/21/2017

Neurologic Disorders, Craniofacial Anomalies, or Genetic Disorders

At this time we do not serve campers who have Autism or Down Syndrome as a primary diagnosis.

Session 3

6/25/2017 - 6/30/2017

Lung Disease, Severe Asthma, Acquired Immunodeficiency

Session 4

7/7/2017 - 7/12/2017

Cancer, Brain Tumors, Sickle Cell Disease, Blood Disorders

Session 5

7/16/2017 - 7/21/2017

Kidney Disease, Kidney Transplant (including Peritoneal Dialysis)

Healthy siblings are also encouraged to apply to this session. 

Session 6

7/26/2017 - 7/31/2017

Liver Disease, Liver Transplant, GI Disorders, Celiac Disease

Family Camp:

Family Camp 1

5/19/2017-5/21/2017

Celiac Disease, Eosinophilic Esophagitis

Family Camp 2

6/2/2017-6/4/2017

Type 1 Diabetes

Family Camp 3

8/4/2017-8/6/2017

Acquired Immunodeficiency

Family Camp 4

8/25/2017-8/27/2017

Kidney Disease, Kidney Transplant, Lung Disease, Asthma

*Campers on peritoneal and hemodialysis are welcome to apply. 

Family Camp 5

9/8/2017-9/10/2017

Cancer, Brain Tumors, Blood Disorders

Family Camp 6

9/22/2017-9/24/2017

GI Disorders, Liver Disease, Liver Transplant

Family Camp 7

9/29/2017-10/1/2017

Heart Disease, Heart Transplant

Family Camp 8

10/13/2017-10/15/2017

Epilepsy, Neurologic Disorders, Dermatologic Disorders 

 

“Liam just got home from camp and was a very shy boy who didn’t like to try new things. After a week at Roundup River Ranch he realized that he could come out of his shell and try new things. He is now a changed boy! He now tells me that ‘trying new things is a good thing.’”