Victory Junction Camp – Special Needs Camp

Several friends have gone to this camp and their children cry not wanting to leave. Worth checking it out! They also have a sibling camp.

2014 Ashley and Corey attended this camp and had a time of their life. Ashley attended the sibling camp and Corey the neurological camp. It was the best experience for them and I felt Corey was safe with his seizures and care since they had an adult per child assisting with all their needs and a nurse per 2 cabins with a 3 hour check in including an in-depth medical check in.

They start accepting applications in November of the previous year.

Camp Facts
As listed on their website:

* Victory Junction has enriched the lives of more than 11,000 children and families since opening in 2004 and welcomed children from 47 states and three countries.

*The cost of sending a child to camp is valued at $2,500, but no child or family incurs that cost thanks to generous donors.

*Victory Junction serves 24 chronic medical conditions and serious illnesses such as, but not limited to, Autism, Cancer, Craniofacial Anomalies, Diabetes, Hemophilia, Sickle Cell and Spina Bifida. For a full list, please visit

*Twenty-seven hospitals partner with Victory Junction to deliver exceptional health care to campers with a variety of needs.

*The camp, located in Randleman, N.C., is built on 84 acres and donated by Richard and Lynda Petty. Near High Point, NC and the zoo.