Logo for Kamp Kaleidoscope, our epilepsy camp for older teens
July 3rd, 2022-July 9th, 2022
1180 West Houston St. in Anna, TX
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It’s Kamp Kaleidoscope® for a fun time!

Slightly different from its cousins, Kamp Kaleidoscope offers activities geared specifically for older teens, ages 15 to 19, with epilepsy. 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. Kamp Kaleidoscope is completely free.


Located at Collin County Adventure Camp in Anna, TX, Kamp Kaleidoscope’s activities include:

  • Ziplining
  • Canoeing
  • Fishing
  • Archery
  • Arts and crafts
  • Wall climbing
  • Hiking
  • Ropes
  • Pools (w/ water slides)
  • Bonfires
  • Baseball/kickball
  • And more…
Who Can Apply?

Families of older teens and young adults, ages 15-19, with a diagnosis of epilepsy or seizures may apply. To participate, campers must live within our region. Generally, that includes Greater Houston, East Texas, the DFW area, North Texas, and all of West Texas. Campers, however, are only eligible for one camp session per year.

PLEASE NOTE: In order to have a safe summer camping season,  our camp medical team at Children’s Health in Dallas and EFTX has deemed it mandatory that ALL campers, volunteers, and staff MUST be fully vaccinated as a requirement to attend camp (NO EXCEPTIONS OR EXEMPTIONS). To be considered fully vaccinated you must have received both doses of the 2-dose series of the vaccine at least 2 weeks before arriving at camp.

Where is Camp?

Kamp Kaleidoscope takes place at the beautiful and fully accessible Collin County Adventure Camp (YMCA). The campgrounds are located at 1180 West Houston St. in Anna, TX. Anna is located about 45 miles northeast of Dallas.

Why Should You Go?

We believe that healing from epilepsy is as much about exercising the body as it is the brain. Fortunately, Kamp Kaleidoscope is equal parts of both. During the session, campers will find themselves physically and mentally engaged. As a result, campers will feel a part of something bigger than themselves. That is, they will feel like a community.

How Much Does it Cost?

Private gifts fund the entire experience. For that reason, our epilepsy camps, like Kamp Kaleidoscope, are 100% free to our of campers.  So, you just worry about having a great time. Leave the rest to us!

Make a gift today to help fun our summer camp programs.

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