Family Weekends

Residential Summer Camp BLOCK Program Family Day Adventures

Throughout the spring and fall, Camp Korey invites families who are living with the challenges of a medical condition to experience a weekend at camp.

Family Weekends serve children ages 0-17, unless otherwise noted, with a serious medical illness, and their immediate family members. Campers come with their caregivers and siblings, sleeping overnight from Friday to Sunday at camp together.

Sample activities for kids and parents include: campfires, carnival, arts and crafts, archery, and stage night. Special parent activities are also offered throughout the weekend. In addition to fun activities, family camp offers the chance to form friendships with families facing similar challenges. 

“It was an incredible time to connect with other families- we all can relate and that was so invaluable! – 2019 Family Weekend Camper Parent”

2020 Fall Family Weekends

September 25-27- Autism Family Weekend

October 2-4- General Family Weekend

October 16-18- Reconstructive Pelvic Medicine, Gastrointestinal Disorders, and Differences in Sex Development Family Weekend

November 13-15- Skeletal Dysplasia Family Weekend

We are currently still planning to hold Fall onsite programming. Applications for Fall Family Weekends will be available beginning August 1, 2020.

Beth Faller – Camper Coordinator
Amanda Doell – Child Life Specialist

Things to Know Before You Apply

Current immunization for Chicken Pox, MMR and DPT/DTaP are required for all participants under 18.

Proof of a flu shot for all family members will be required from December- May.

Processing Your Application
After submitting your family’s application, your forms will be reviewed for completion. Once your family’s applications is complete, it will be reviewed by our Medical Team and you will be notified of your enrollment status. Applications are reviewed on a rolling basis in the order submitted.

As part of our commitment to safety, all guests and participants age 18+ will be screened through the National Sex Offender Registry on an annual basis.