Morgan’s Wonderland Camp Partner Camps
Morgan’s Wonderland Camp is just too beautiful and fun to keep to ourselves. We want to share our 102-acre oasis of fun with other nonprofit camps, and that’s why we have Partner Camps! Our Partner Camps (other nonprofit organizations) and Morgan’s Wonderland Camp work together to create unforgettable camp experiences. With Partner Camps, the Partner is responsible for bringing the campers, in-cabin counselors, and medical staff while we provide impeccable facilities and housekeeping, delicious food, and most importantly the Ultra-Accessible™ activities! The cost to partner with us depends upon the size of the group, length of stay, and needs of each Partner camp.
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Camp Discovery is a unique camp experience for children affected by cancer. We are open to children ages 7-16 from Central and South Texas. The primary purpose of Camp Discovery is to provide these beautiful children a fun and “normal” camp experience, an experience they would not be able to get at a traditional residential camp. Other things take place, like learning new skills, individual growth, and personal development. During Camp Discovery, children will experience perhaps the best week of their life by swimming, climbing, laughing, dancing, singing, horseback riding, and simply being with other people who can relate to their situation.
VisionWorks Family Camp Weekend
A bereavement weekend camp experience for those families who have suffered the loss of a child to cancer. While this has all the components of a typical family camp weekend, there is also a time to remember the child who lost their battle with cancer. Amid all the fun camp activities, there is opportunity for these families to be around each other and heal as much as possible through their interactions.
Beloved and Beyond
Beloved and Beyond is for people of all abilities. A place to BE loved to BE love to others and know you are BELOVED. We are founded by Glen and Laura Elder, who have served in special needs camping for over 15 years. We provide 8 weeks of camp each summer and respite weekends. Each camper has a one-to-one buddy to help them have the best week ever. Campers age 7-50 grow in many ways through socialization, conquering fears at fun activities, and discovering God’s God’s love. Individual campers and volunteers sign up online for one week. Hope to see you there!
Moran Camp X-Treme
People With Smiles
Special Reach provides inclusive social outlets that improve the social and emotional development of children with developmental delays and their siblings while providing their caregivers with a well-deserved break. We accomplish this by offering three year-round programs: Party Nights, San Antonio Adventure Program, and a Summer Enrichment Program. Our mission is to provide dynamic enrichment programs for children with special needs and respite for their families.
Team Texas Training Camp
The Team Texas Training Camp allows the 350 delegation members from Team Texas the opportunity for athletes, coaches, and support staff to meet for the first time to prepare for the USA Special Olympic Games. In this weekend-long event, athletes partake in an engaging camp-wide dinner before practicing their respective sports including soccer, flag football, bocce, tennis, basketball, and more. The weekend ends with a Victory Dance where athletes sing and dance together.
PMSF Family Camp
The Phelan-McDermid Syndrome Foundation is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that is comprised of a diverse network of directors, advisors, staff members, and community volunteers who work steadfastly to improve the quality of life of all those affected by Phelan-McDermid syndrome, a rare genetic disorder cause by a deletion of the distal long arm of chromosome 22 or by a pathogenic variant in the SHANK3 gene.
National Federation of the Blind
The National Federation of the Blind is an organization of over 50,000 blind people, striving to promote equal opportunity for the blind. Founded in 1940, the Federation has affiliates in every state, Puerto Rico, and Washington DC. Dedicated to the complete integration of the blind into society, the Federation works toward the removal of legal, economic, and societal barriers to full participation by blind people in employment, education, recreation, and all other aspects of community life.
Camp CPALS at Morgan’s Wonderland Camp is an adaptive overnight weekend family camp in San Antonio, Texas. The facilities are modified with features to meet the needs of our special campers, making Camo CPALS not just accessible, but 100% barrier free.
Pediatric Pain Warrior Family Summer Camp
Millions of children live with chronic pain. They and their families face a unique set of challenges everywhere from the doctor’s office to the classroom.
Pediatric Pain Warrior is here to help and offer hope. They provide resources, education, support, and retreats for all affected by pediatric pain.
The journey can feel endless and overwhelming for pediatric pain warriors and their families. Pediatric Pain Warrior wants to walk the path with you.
Camp Founder Girls
In 1924, a woman by the name of Mattie Landry had a vision for a summer outdoor experience that would transform the lives of young Black girls in the San Antonio Eastside community. After being denied funding and support from local outdoor organizations due to the color of her skin, she decided to start (found) a camp herself: Camp Founder Girls. Ms. Landry worked tirelessly to raise the money necessary to build a campsite in Boerne, TX. Camp Elvira (named after her late mother) Which opened in the summer of 1924 with 75 campers became one of the country’s first Summer Camp for Black Students.
Camp Neuron is one of the largest epilepsy camps in the country. It combines the outdoors and the experiences of camp life with camaraderie and team building. This experience is funded through private gifts from people like you. Camp Neuron is completely free.