July 27th – August 1st, 2014
(volunteers and staff arrive July 26)
Camp Twin Lakes, Rutledge, Ga.
Contact Camp Director for more information:
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”