Partner Camps

Morgan’s Camp Partner Camps

Morgan’s 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 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.

Camp Cpals


Camp Contact: Victoria Polega - Email | Phone
CPATH is a Central Texas-based non-profit organization created to support individuals with cerebral palsy. Camp Cpals is a weekend family camp for Texas families living with cerebral palsy.
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Cerebral Palsy, Neuro-Motor DiagnosisAdults, Children, Families, Teens, Young Adults

Camp Firefly, Family Camp

Discovery Camps, Inc.

Camp Contact: Jennifer Cavazos - Email | Phone
Our Purpose- To create happiness in the lives of children and families battling cancer. Our programs provide children battling cancer a chance to have a fun and "normal" camp experience that they may not be able to have at a traditional residential camp, while also fostering new skills, individual growth, and personal development. Our family programs allow the entire family to enjoy a releaxing weekend of fun camp activities, as well as opportunities to connect with other families who have shared a similar cancer journey with their child.
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CancerChildren, Families, Teens

Camp Heroes

Children's Bereavement Center of South Texas

Camp Contact: Emily Price - Email | Phone
Camp Heroes is a grief camp for children/teens who have experienced a death loss of a family member or friend. During Camp Heroes, campers will participate in grief-related activities that allow individuals to process their grief feelings, learn coping skills, and honor their person who died. In addition to grief activities, campers will also be given a chance to engage in some fun camp activities of their choosing!
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Grief/LossChildren, Teens

Eva’s Heroes

Eva's Heroes

Camp Contact: Jenn Stevenson - Email | Phone
Eva's Heroes is dedicated to enriching the lives of individuals with intellectual special needs by providing an inclusive setting built on four tenets: Interact, Grow, Learn and Love. We provide opportunities for participants ages 14 and older to enjoy unique recreation and socialization experiences in our community. Their involvement with Eva's Heroes enriches their lives and allows them to become a more active member of our community.
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IDDAdults, Teens, Young Adults

Kamp Kaleidoscope

Epilepsy Foundation Texas

Camp Contact: Suzanne Thomas - Email | Phone
Epilepsy Camp offers a safe and fun residential camping experience for teens living with epilepsy. Through generous donations, Epilepsy Foundation Texas provides this unique opportunity at no cost to the families of the campers with epilepsy.
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Epilepsy, SeizuresChildren, Teens, Young Adults

Moran Camp Xtreme

TIRR Foundation

Camp Contact: Genny Gomez - Email | Phone
Moran Camp Xtreme is a wheelchair sports camp for kids and young adults with physical disabilities. MCX provides 4 camp opportunities throughout the year- Spring Break Camp (Sibling Camp), Adult Camp (21 years and older), and Family Camp.
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Physical DisabilityAdults, Children, Families, Teens, Young Adults

Pediatric Pain Warrior Family Summer Camp

U.S. Pain Foundation

Camp Contact: Casey Cashman - Email | Phone
Our camp is geared for children who live with any type of chronic pain condition. This week is an opportunity for the entire family of the pediatric pain warrior to experience camp together.
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Chronic PainChildren, Families, Teens

People with Smiles Camp

Texas Prader-Willi Association

Camp Contact: Vickie Hopson - Email | Phone
A safe and secure place for kids with Prader-Willi Syndrome. A time for PWS kids 8 and up to be able to interact with other kids just like them. We offer one on one counselors. Different activities for all of our PWS kids to do. We follow a low calorie diet for our Prader-Willi kids. We have a nurse on staff at camp. We have been having camp for 10 plus years.
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Prader-Willi SyndromeChildren, Teens

SRNA Quality of Life Family Camp

Siegel Rare Neuroimmune Association

Camp Contact: Rebecca Whitney - Email | Phone
The Siegel Rare Neuroimmune Association (SRNA) is an international, not-for-profit organization dedicated to the support of children and their families living with rare neuroimmune disorders, including Acute Disseminated Encephalomyelitis (ADEM), Acute Flaccid Myelitis (AFM), MOG Antibody-Associated Disease (MOGAD), Neuromyelitis Optica Spectrum Disorder (NMOSD), Optic Neuritis (ON), and Transverse Myelitis (TM). Our Annual Quality of Life Family Camp is open to family applicants (parent/guardian, child diagnosed, and siblings) who are members of SRNA. Membership with SRNA is completely free of charge. We bring together families from around the world impacted by these rare disorders together for a time of connection, learning, understanding, and tremendous amounts of fun!
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ADEM, AFM, IDD, MOGAD, NMOSD, OD, Rare Neuroimmune Disorder, TMAdults, Children, Families, Teens, Young Adults

Starfish Camp

The Chromosome 18 Registry and Research Society

Camp Contact: Jessica Sabourin - Email | Phone
The Chromosome 18 Registry & Research Society is an advocacy organization composed primarily of the parents of individuals with a chromosome 18 abnormality. We consist of three separate organizations located in the United States, Australia, and Europe, all with a common mission: To help people with chromosome 18 abnormalities overcome the obstacles they face so they may lead happy, healthy, and productive lives. We are proud to count among our members those who are affected by a chromosome 18 abnormality, extended family members, and professionals. Membership is free and open to any interested person. We are a 501(c)(3) non-profit, tax-exempt public charity.
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Chromosome 18Adults, Children, Families, Teens, Young Adults

Tatton Brown Rahman Syndrome Summit

Tatton Brown Rahman Syndrome Community

Camp Contact: Jill Kiernan - Email | Phone
The TBRS Summit is a scientific and family conference. Our goal is to support people affected by Tatton Brown Rahman Syndrome, and to advance research toward interventions. Families, researchers, and clinicians are all welcome to attend.
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Tatton Brown Rahman SyndromeAdults, Children, Families, Teens, Young Adults

The HUB Houston

The HUB Houston

Camp Contact: Colleen Russo - Email | Phone
The HUB Houston brings around 20 of their high school students to Morgan's Wonderland Camp for 3 days and 2 nights.
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NeurodiversityTeens, Young Adults

Looking to become a Partner Camp?

For information on how you can be one of our Partner Camps, email or call 210-866-4200 to set up an interest meeting.

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