Helping children with cancer who want to feel "normal"

Camp Dreamcatcher allows children with cancer and their brothers and sisters to enjoy a normal summer camp experience at Camp for All in Burton, Texas, while receiving specialized medical care.

Camp staff includes a camp director, medical staff (nurses and physicians) and a leadership team. Approximately 40-50 cabin counselors attend camp each summer, many of which are former patients and campers.

Camp Dreamcatcher serves all Baylor Scott & White McLane Children's pediatric hematology/oncology patients and siblings between the ages of 6 and 15. Between 95 to 105 children attend each year.

One of the team at Camp Dreamcatcher

Being with other children with cancer/blood disorders and their brothers or sisters will make your child feel like “one of the team.”

Camp provides an opportunity for your child to learn to deal emotionally with what they have been through or are going through by interacting with each other.

Most importantly, your child will have fun (and won’t even realize that they’re getting anything more out of the experience)!

About Camp for All

Camp for All is a 206-acre property in Burton, Texas, that has two large lakes and more than 120,000 square feet of building space, including a main lodge with a health center, dining hall, kitchen, gathering hall and administrative offices.

There are 18 cabins, a staff and retreat center, a covered gym/pavilion, an equestrian center, a small animal farm, three lakeside pavilions, a nature center, a tree house and a crafts barn. Other facilities include a fishing pier, canoe dock, aquatics center, ROPES course, amphitheater, archery range, baseball field, nature trails and a nondenominational chapel. All areas are wheelchair-accessible and barrier-free.

For more information, please contact Jordan Gee: