Camp Munroe

child with autism smiling and having fun interacting with her camp therapist; credit Canva Pro

Camp Munroe is a recreational day camp program for children and adolescents with disabilities, where they are given tools and friendships to reach their full potential.


This program is offered for children and youth ages 3 ½ through 21 with intellectual and developmental disabilities (I/DD) including:


The program’s mission is to offer children and youth with I/DD or genetic disorders a summer camp experience that can meet their individual needs while providing opportunities for recreational play and social interaction with peers.


Camp Munroe is a six week summer program that runs 9:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m. Monday through Friday, the second week of June through July.

Participants are placed in small groups based on their age. The group is under the supervision of trained recreational therapists, activity technicians and volunteers. The camp day format is divided into 45 minute activity sessions. Groups transition through three activities each morning and afternoon and have an hour for lunch. Activities include:

Once a week each group goes on a field trip in the community. Field trip sites include:

Transportation will be provided for field trips and special activities. Parents or guardians must provide or arrange transportation to and from camp. 


To make sure Camp Munroe is an appropriate fit, camp directors complete phone intakes on all new campers. Call Carly De Bruin at 402-559-5777 or send an email for more information.

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