Registration is now open. Camp is first come, first served and space is limited. to register for camp please complete the form below and submit. Additional forms will be emailed that include medical history and care information and waivers to be signed and returned.
The week long juvenile arthritis camp focuses on what campers can do, not what they can’t do. Campers are able to learn from others who have similar conditions and experiences. The program is designed to increase campers’ self-esteem by creating opportunities for them to meet personal challenges.
The camp offers most traditional summer camp activities such as campfires and singing, canoeing, fishing, arts and crafts, swimming and nature hikes. The camp also has activities that create more of a personal challenge, while adapting to children of all abilities. Some of these activities include: accessible rope challenge course, hand/foot driven catamarans, and adapted archery. All of these things create opportunities for individual accomplishment in a positive and encouraging environment.
Other camps across the Southeast Region:
Camp AcheAway-Little Rock, Arkansas
Kids with JA or related disease (ages 6-16)
Contact Emily Pearce to be added to 2015 waiting list.
Camp AcheAway-Nashville, Tennessee
Kids with JA or related disease (ages 7-15)
Contact Katie Bertotti for questions about 2016 camp.
Camp AcheAway-Winder, Georgia
Kids with JA or related disease (ages 6-17)
Contact Kara Clements to be added to 2015 waiting list.
Camp Mash-Mobile, Alabama
Kids with JA or related disease (ages 7-17)
Contact email@example.com to be added to 2015 waiting list.