One of only three residential US summer camps for children with dyslexia, Camp Spring Creek offers a life-changing experience full of intensive learning and fun. What makes Camp Spring Creek special?
- Daily one-on-one tutoring sessions with a caring tutor trained in Orton-Gillingham instruction
- Fun, confidence-building activities in the outdoors, ranging from hiking to rafting
- Hands-on arts experiences with professional artists
- An international staff of counselors
- Excellent food
- An emphasis on interpersonal skills
- An environment of respect and support for each camper.
- A spectacular location nestled in the mountains
Our campers leave Camp Spring Creek at the end up the summer with:
- Improved reading, writing and spelling skills
- Increased self-confidence and independence
- A better sense of their natural talents.
At Camp Spring Creek, children with dyslexia begin to love learning again.
Our 80-acre property in the mountains of Western North Carolina is a peaceful place for campers to try new things and develop community.
Our facilities include a main lodge, dining hall, art barn, woodshop, swimming pool, campers’ cabins, climbing wall, and a zipline. We have six campers’ cabins and children are grouped by gender and age. Each cabin houses eight campers; our maximum is 32 children.
At Camp Spring Creek, our food is prepared daily with as many fresh local ingredients as possible. We don’t serve fried or processed food: even our salad dressings are made on site! We believe good nutrition is an important part of a camper’s success.
Central to Camp Spring Creek is Spring Creek! This creek runs down the mountain through our camp, providing a place for kids to explore nature.