Over the years since Brookstone built the camp’s original 1998 structures, we have continued to expand facilities on the 206-acre site to serve the recreational needs of special needs children and adults. Camp for All has shared the joy of recreation with more than 100,000 campers with cancer, cystic fibrosis, epilepsy, multiple sclerosis, brain injuries and hearing and sight impairments.
The design of the lodge, cabins, chapel and recreational facilities reflects the strong rural German and Czech architectural heritage of Washington County. The most recent building, Star Place, has an indoor ropes course, challenge course and zip line, and features star ceilings, blue jean insulation and glass overhead doors. Brookstone gave extra attention to the building’s huge sliding barn doors, making sure they fully block light, an important factor for children with severe burns who can now enjoy the camp.