What if you could go to a place where type 1 diabetes was the norm? Each of these camps offer unique opportunities for children with T1D. Please visit each camp’s website for registration information and to learn more.
- Camp Sweet Life Adventures – a taste of the sweet life for kids with T1D; carefree outdoor fun, fantastic food and lasting friendships, all under professional medical supervision. New location – Camp Courage in Maple Lake, Minnesota. – and new date – Aug. 4 – 8.
- The purpose of Camp Needlepoint in Hudson, Wisconsin is to provide a fun and safe camping experience for children living with diabetes. Kids have the opportunity to meet other kids just like them and gain confidence and independence in managing their diabetes.
- For 70 years, Camp Sweeney in Dallas, Texas has been dedicated to serving kids with T1D by providing a place where diabetes is normal. At Camp Sweeney campers learn to celebrate what truly makes them special and join a family that is over 35,000 strong. Camp Sweeney’s point-to-point program meets out-of-state campers at the airport to help ease travel requirements.