Camp Ronald McDonald for Good Times offers activities adapted to meet the special needs of the campers. Programs include all of the traditional elements of a camp; swimming, horseback riding, hiking, backpacking and sports which can be adapted, as needed, to ensure that each person is able to participate, regardless of his or her level of challenge. Campers can express their creativity with arts, crafts, pottery, music, dancing, dramatics, computers and radio broadcasting. They are given the opportunity to challenge themselves and gain valuable communication skills at our adventure courage course and 50 ft. climbing tower.
Our Programs are intentionally designed to promote self-esteem, confidence, friendships and teamwork in a camp environment that is medically supervised and filled with support, understanding, fun and laughter. Developing these skills can help them successfully meet the challenges of treatment, school, work and family.
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