We’d love to meet you, take you on a tour, and answer your questions. Join us for our next Camp Tour at 2:00 PM on Sunday, March 30, 2014.
Please call us at (800) 394-8478 or e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org to let us know that you are coming. If you are calling after 5:00 PM on Friday afternoon, feel free to leave a message and join us for the tour!
If you are unable to make any of our scheduled tours, call Cori or Jennie, Camp Directors, to schedule a private tour or home visit at (856) 358-2472 ext. 109.
For kids with food allergies, time away from home can induce anxiety at mealtime, especially for those with gluten allergies. The worry about what to eat, and if a child will feel segregated from the mainstream, may stop families from sending their child to a sleepaway camp.
Will was camper at Appel Farm from 2001 to 2005, and widely adored for his smile, his wit, his talent, his openness, his ideas, and his enthusiasm for making new friends. Camp was a safe and special place for Will, the people of Appel Farm became his family, and the bonds and friendships he made helped him grow and enjoy his life, both at camp and at home.