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CAMP RAINBOW

Where Every Child has a Childhood

 

Camp Activities

Speciality Areas

Lake & Pool

Experience Adventure

Kayaking, swimming, canoeing, water slides a, zip lines, water obstacle courses and fishing are just a few examples of what campers are able to do during lake and pool time!

Rock Climbing & Archery

Experience Fearlessness

We have dedicated volunteers who come to camp and help kids climb rock walls and shooting arrows in archery. This time allows campers to face their fears. As a camper climbs, other campers and counselor's encourage them to try their best. No matter what their best is, campers congratulate

Arts & Crafts

Experience Creativity

Campers are able to explore creativity. From simple bracelets or quilt squares, campers are able to engage in various activities.

Memorial Services

Experience Companionship

Camp Rainbow provides an opportunity to disconnect from the daily grind and enjoy some quality time at camp. Whether it’s a camper’s first experience with us or they’ve attended before, our Youth Program allows everyone to take the time to learn useful and exciting skills while creating unforgettable memories.

Special Events

Experience FUN

Campfires, S'mores, Fireworks, Talent Shows, Dance Night, Cabin Night, Game and Movie Night plus MORE!

 

 Our Gallery

Get An Inside Look

Take a look at all the fun activities from camp!

 

Support Our Camp

Making Dreams Come True

Our goal is to make Camp Rainbow a fun and supportive camp for pediatric cancer patients and survivors in Mississippi. We’re proud to never have turned a camper away for financial reasons, and it’s people like you who help make this a reality. The positive change we see in those who come to camp is truly priceless. Consider making a donation of any size to our camp fund. Every cent counts.

Click the Donate Now Button. It will send you to the UMMC Give Now page. The category is Children's Hospital and fund is UMMC Camp Rainbow Alliance . THANK YOU!

 

Get the Answers You Need

Frequently Asked Questions

My child is still taking chemotherapy. Can he or she still go?

Pediatric oncologists and pediatric oncologist nurses will be on site. We recommend talking to your child's oncologist for more information!

How do you deal with homesickness?

We have found that children who are homesick and can call home will often be more upset. We encourage counselors to show special attention to children who are homesick and engage them in activities. If the need arises, you can call one of the volunteers or check on our Facebook page to stay up to date with camp.

What should my child pack?

Children should pack both water shoes for lake time and tennis shoes for rock climbing. Your child will also need towels, linens, shampoo/conditioner, swimming attire, and five outfits.

 

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