The Camp True Colors experience, now for all ages! Family Camp is a chance for families with family member(s) with an LGBTQ+ identity to get away and enjoy time with each other, in an environment that was created with your family in mind. Fill your day with classic summer camp activities led by our experienced camp staff, connecting with other families, or time relaxing in your cabin or by the pool – at Family Camp the choice is yours!
Family Camp True Colors is for families with at least one member (of any age or family role, adult or child) who identifies as part of the LGBTQ+ community. While all families that fit this are welcome, as is anyone of any age who you consider to be a member of your family, this program is best suited to family groups with at least one child age 5-17, and at least one adult 18+ who is a parent and/or primary caregiver of that child. If that doesn’t describe your group but you are interested in Family Camp, please contact us before registering so we can help make sure it will be a positive experience for everyone.
Supervision: All children under 18 must have a custodial parent/guardian/caregiver age 18+ at Family Camp with them, who will be responsible for their overall supervision during the entire session. Children ages 7+ will have the option to participate in some independent daytime activities separately from their adults, under the supervision of trained and experienced camp staff.
Included in the cost of Family Camp is:
- 3 nights’ accommodation in a cabin or retreat room (may be shared depending on your group size) with bathroom and shower facilities a short walk away. A limited number of rooms with in-room bathrooms are available- please contact us if your family needs this option for a medical or other reason
- All meals and snacks
- All activities
- Transportation from a central location in the Twin Cities metro area and bedding/linens if those options are selected in your registration
- Not included: We are unable to provide cribs, high chairs, or meals for children who are too young for solid food. However, children 2 and under are welcome at no cost if families are able to provide for these needs, to ensure that childcare is not a barrier to attending camp.