Retreats, Camps & Recreational Programs for Inflammatory Bowel Disease

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Programs are listed in alphabetical order by program name by accepting campers from anywhere in the United States (National) first, then alphabetical by state. Click on the program name for details.

Also look for programs listed under: 

Colostomy  Crohn's Disease  Ulcerative Colitis  Digestive/GI - All  Chronic, Serious or Life Threatening Illnesses  Gastrointestinal Disorders  

There are 6 programs for Inflammatory Bowel Disease.

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Program Name Summary Accepts Campers From Location
Camp Boggy Creek - Summer Camps Week-long summer camps designed for children with chronic or life threatening illnesses. Florida
National
Florida
Camp Oasis of Colorado A week long camp for children and teenagers entering grades 2-12, who have been diagnosed with crohn's disease or ulcerative colitis. National Colorado
Camp Oasis of New York Residential summer camp program for children, grades 3-12, with Crohn's disease and ulcerative colitis. National
New York
New York
Virtual Youth Rally Camp Virtual summer camp for kids, ages 11-17 years old, living with conditions of the bowel and bladder. National
Missouri
Missouri
Family Camp Online Virtual weekend camp free of charge for children, between the ages of 5-17, who are within three years of active treatment and/or experiencing the challenges of a chronic or life-threatening condition and their families. Colorado
Kansas
Montana
Nebraska
New Mexico
North Dakota
Oklahoma
South Dakota
Texas
Utah
Wyoming
Colorado
Summer Camp Sessions at Roundup River Ranch Weeklong summer camps for children ages of 7-17 who are within three years of active treatment and/or experiencing the challenges of a chronic or life-threatening condition. Colorado
Kansas
Montana
Utah
Wyoming
New Mexico
North Dakota
Oklahoma
South Dakota
Texas
Colorado