Camp Rainbow Teen Camp is a unique weekend-long overnight camping experience for high school teens ages 14 to 18 facing cancer or blood related disorders. Held at Babler State Park’s Outdoor Education Center in March, special themes for the weekend deal with communication, relationships, and self-esteem. Throughout the weekend, the teens participate in activities such as bowling, ropes courses, nature hikes, games, movies, arts and crafts, a social action project and more. Assuming more of a leadership role in the activities builds their confidence and inner strength – skills that will serve these teens well as they face not only their illness but life outside their diagnosis as well.
New in 2017, the Camp Rainbow Teens-N-Twenty (TnT) Program provides social opportunities for our teen campers to remain connected throughout the year. Half and full day social events are held each quarter for teens ages 14-20 years old. Details and calendar will be released through eblasts, flyers distributed at camp and by hospital social workers, as well as on our social media outlets.