CAMP CPals 2019 — May 10 – 12, 2019
…because ALL kids should experience
outdoor activities — without barriers!
CPATH’s Camp CPals enrollment opens February 1, 2019.
Priority is given to first time campers that register by Feb 15, 2019.
Additional details can be found on the application below.
Acceptance is based on priority for first time campers and on a
first come first serve basis. There is no cost to families.
***Returning Families*** do not have to complete the application! If you wish to be added to the returning family wait list, please email Victoria@cpathtexas.org with the names of your family members. We will do our best to accommodate as many returning families as possible.
Camp CPals at Camp for All is an adaptive overnight weekend family camp in Burton, Texas. The facilities are modified with features to meet the needs of our special campers, making Camp CPals not just accessible, but 100% barrier free.
Campers of ALL abilities can participate. Just watch for yourself in the Video below. Be prepared to witness AWESOME in action!
Kids will participate in fishing, canoeing, zip lines, giant swings, and archery – many for the very first time! Our campers gain self-confidence, independence, learn new skills, and build relationships with others who share their challenges in a safe and fun environment. Likewise, parents will witness their child participate in activities that they never imagined possible!!
At Camp CPals, individuals learn what they CAN do – not what they cannot.
Our 4th annual Camp CPals will be held May 10-12, 2019. Space is limited as there are a fixed number of cabins. See the camp application for additional information and details. Contact Victoria Polega at (866) 74 CPATH or email@example.com with any questions.
This is a wonderful camp that brings families together who are all handling some sort of disability and while here you feel like any other “normal” family. It is awesome and we are blessed to have been a part of it.
[I love that] even kids that are really complex can attend. There was not one activity my son, in a wheelchair, couldn’t do.