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Camp Victory Junction


We are very excited to announce that we are now working together with Camp Victory Junction for our week long camp for those with children ages 6-16 with Spina Bifida, Neuromuscular Disorders, Craniofacial Anomalies, and Physical Disabilities (which include Skeletal Dysplasia) that is held in the summer.  The camp is located in Randleman, NC and spread across 84 acres, allowing children to do what they do best - be kids, play, imagine, make friends, and enjoy the adventures and experiences of camp life. It’s purpose it to enriches the lives of children with medical conditions all in a medically-sound environment at no cost to the camper or their family. The only thing the family will need to pay for is the transportation to and from the camp. The camp provides your rooms, meals, towels, and bed linens.  For the weekend camp the entire family can come as cabins can sleep up to 8 family members.

The camp was started by the Adam Petty foundation so everything is NASCAR themed. There will be activities such as: archery, crafts, music, and Catch, Kiss and Release where the camper will have to give a fish a kiss before returning it. There will be activities planned all weekend so you will not want to miss this great opportunity. 

For questions about camper admissions, contact
or call 336.498.9055.


If you are interested in volunteering the weekend  or week long camp, Please contact the camp's Volunteer Director Claire Rutan at or by going here:    

If you would like to view the camps website for more information check out 

Camp FAQ

When is the deadline to apply for the camp?

The deadline is March 1st for the week long camp. At that point, they accept those that have been reviewed and medically approved to attend. If they are not full, they will continue to accept additional applications. 


Can siblings under the age of 6 attend the family weekend camp?

Siblings of any age can attend, as long as the primary camper is between the ages of 6 and 16.


Who is the medical form required for?

The medical form is required for any child with a diagnosis, but immunization records are required for ALL under age 18 in the family.


My child is five years old.  Can he/she apply?

No, child must be 6 years old to attend the camp.

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