Flying Horse Farms is for campers who can only participate in camps that provide medical support. Campers should be able to communicate their needs in some way. Campers should be able to participate and function in a group setting, although we can accommodate some limitations. The camp’s medical policies are designed to accommodate campers so they can participate in camp activities to the maximum extent in order to get the most from their time at camp. At this time, camp assignments are made after careful evaluation by our program, medical, and psychosocial teams. Applications are reviewed and acceptance is based on space, health care needs and staffing ratios. While we try our best to accommodate everyone, our first priority is the health and safety of our campers.
Summer camps serve campers ages 8-15 with a serious medical illness. Our summer ranger program serves campers ages 16-17. Campers attend camp without their families for approximately one week. Each camp week is designed to meet the specific medical needs of a particular diagnosis or group of diagnoses.
Siblings Camp is a week for siblings ages 8-15 of existing Flying Horse Farms campers. Campers will live in cabins and participate in traditional summer camp activities. These activities include archery, boating, fishing, arts and crafts, nature, sports and recreation, overnight outpost camping and all group programs. *Siblings attend camp without the camper with the medical diagnosis.*