July 26th – 31st, 2015
(volunteers and staff arrive July 25)
Camp Twin Lakes, Rutledge, Ga.
We are now accepting camper applications for this year’s Camp TBI! Please click here and fill out the entire form.
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About Camp TBI
At Camp To Be Independent, kids with traumatic brain injuries can just be kids. Camp TBI is Walton Foundation for Independence’s annual weeklong, spend-the-night camp offered at no cost for children and young adults (ages 8-21) with disabilities resulting from a traumatic brain injury, including:
- Injuries at birth
- Brain tumors
Launched in 2000 as part of its mission to provide opportunities for young adults and children with acquired disabilities in this region, the camp provides a safe, medically supervised environment—with a 1:1 or 1:2 counselor ratio—where kids can just have fun.
Camp TBI is held annually at Camp Twin Lakes in Rutledge, Ga., a fully accessible campsite featuring: spacious cabins, gym and amphitheater, medical lodge, media center with a teaching center and photography room, an arts center for dance and drama, a library, arts and crafts building, an accessible playground and pool, riding ring, biking paths, climbing wall, zip line and more.
Camp activities include:
- Horseback riding
- Ropes course
- Group games
- Sporting activities
- Arts and crafts
- Talent nights
Camp TBI is a fun overnight camp for kids who suffered tramatic brain injuries
Just Being a Kid
Camp TBI gives brain injury kids chance “to be independent”