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Camp is a great place for you and your brothers and sisters to learn, grow, and have a blast with other kids who also have a bleeding disorder. You’ll gain confidence, independence, and lasting friendships. There are lots of different camps across the country. Some camps include siblings and some are for the whole family.

For more information about camps by state, go to The National Hemophilia Foundation Camp Directory.

Best Things About Going to Camp!

  • Being with kids just like you
  • No parents
  • Campfires
  • Singing
  • Swimming
  • Sleeping out under the stars
  • Learning to self-infuse
  • Awesome counselors
  • S’mores
  • Archery
  • Learning new skills
  • Did I mention, no parents?
  • Getting tips on self-infusion from your friends
  • More s’mores!
  • Camp traditions
  • Making new friends
  • Getting to see old friends that don’t live nearby
  • Being out in nature
  • Playing camp games
  • Silly skits
  • Polar bear club
  • Canoes
  • Arts and crafts
Camp can be a wonderful place for preteens and teenagers to collect great memories and experiences.