We are committed to keeping siblings connected and taking a break from the stress around us with fun and exploring our theme, “Better Sib Than Sorry”.
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WHAT IS SIBDAYS OF SUMMER? For almost 20 years, WisconSibs has offered SibDays as a day-camp style program for children ages 6-12 who have siblings with special needs. This high energy day-camp is packed with games, arts and crafts, hikes and hunts, a carnival, playground fun, swimming and lots of other exciting outdoor fun. PLUS . . . siblings make new friends and have the opportunity to share and celebrate the challenges and joys of being a sibling. It is typically held in July at Plamann Park, just north of Appleton. This year the fun and connections with other siblings will take place online.
SibDays of Summer directors are trained WisconSibs Sibshop facilitators. Campers especially enjoy their teen and young adult small group leaders, many of whom also have siblings with special needs.
A one-day exciting and fun skill-building experience for teen siblings who have been awarded the Teen Sibling Leadership Award.
Date: June 11, 2020
Location: Bubolz Nature Preserve – 4815 N Lynndale Dr, Appleton
THIS EVENT WILL BE HELD AS PLANNED FROM 10 AM – 2 PM WITH
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Siblings who have completed at least their freshman year in college are eligible to apply for a paid summer intern program with WisconSibs.
Questions? Contact us
For siblings ages 9-16, Sib Camp is an opportunity for some respite for siblings and kick back, experience the freedom and thrill of adventure, and share a great time with peers who truly understand the ups and downs of life with siblings who have special needs.
Activities include biking, hiking, swimming, paddling, zip lining, stargazing, camp cooking, campfires, ecology, photography, and much more!
Sib Camp is held at the Team Leadership Center near Sturgeon Bay in Door County, and is guided by experienced Team Leadership Center staff who are certified in education, ropes course, kayak, lifeguard, CPR and first aid. It is open to sibs from across the state.
THREE sessions available in Summer 2020
June 18-21 for ages 9 and older at Peninsula State Park site (sleeping in tents) $275/camper (space limited to 10 campers)*
August 3-6 for ages 9-11 at Wagon Trail Campsite (bed sleeping in yurts) $325/camper (space limited to 14 campers)*
August 9-12 for ages 12-16 at Wagon Trail Campsite (bed sleeping in yurts) $325/camper (space limited to 14 campers)*
Campers report to the Door County Adventure/Team Leadership Center at NOON (note: 2 hours later than in past years) of the first day of camp. Pick up is NOON the last day of camp.
Advanced registration required. No walk-ins. ONLINE ENROLLMENT-REGISTRATION NOW OPEN.
REGISTRATION-PERMISSION FORM – a link to this form will be sent to you after your Enrollment-Registration is complete and payment (or Campership) is received.
*Campership grants are awarded, as funds are available, to families needing assistance. For financial assistance information contact us.
Summer can get boring and sometimes pretty difficult for kids, especially siblings at home together. A break from one another, the couch and the electronic toys with the opportunity to play freely with other children outdoors are some of the most valuable features of the camps and summer activities offered by the WisconSibs.
Campers build confidence. Make lifelong friends. Learn new skills. Enjoy a sense of independence. All with others who share the concerns and joys of growing up with siblings who have special needs.
Camp is a place to make lifelong friends. A place to discover their passions and develop character. A place to try new things. According to the American Camp Association, 63% of children who learn new activities at camp will sustain an interest in those activities well after camp is over.