All God's Children Camp

Rating: 5 stars   4 reviews


4 East University Parkway The Childrens Peace Center Board Baltimore MD 21218 USA


We believe all children have gifts and we provide a safe haven for personal growth within a welcoming camp community. We provide C.I.T. Counselor in Training programming for young adults ages 16 to 20 with meetups throughout the year and fabulous residential camp, All God;'s Children Camp in Buckeystown, Md for kids ages 7 to 12 every August, just before they begin the academic year. All God’s Children Camp is a safe communithy and place where kids can learn to swim, fish, hike, paint, draw, make jewelry, and canoe, and explore their creative spirit! We welcome today tomorrow and always kids from all backgrounds. The opportunities for growth and community are ever-present, and we utilize proven programs such as ropes courses and ziplines, wildlife presentation, dance presentation and evening music and campfire.


Camp has a 20-year history with its beginnings steeped in an urban mission for children sponsored by the Childrens' Peace Center and various Episcopal churches in Baltimore

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MD and DC

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Rating: 5 stars  

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What an amazingly diverse group of children! The fabulous volunteers work hard and creatively and very well to bring an experience of community to a racially and economically diverse group of children.

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the young people who grow into junior counselors and also the adults who generously give of their time and hearts

If this organization had 10 million bucks, it could...

change the way the world perceives and treats children of diverse backgrounds

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