Welcome to Camp Tiger!
Camp Tiger is a five-day, free camp for children ages 5-22 living with physical and mental challenges, such as cystic fibrosis, Down syndrome, cerebral palsy, autism, and more. Camp Tiger provides these children the opportunity to participate in activities that are not normally available to them. Past Camp Tiger activities have included trips to Sci-Port, Gators and Friends, Holiday Lanes, and much more. Most importantly, the campers benefit from the social interaction with one another and individual attention from camp counselors.
Since its inception, Camp Tiger has been organized, orchestrated, and staffed solely by volunteers from the first and second year medical school classes. Each year, medical students engage in many months of fundraising efforts and volunteer work to ensure camp is a success for all involved.
In order to keep Camp Tiger as safe and fun as possible, there are a limited number of spots available for campers. Priority will be given to first-time campers as well as campers who have attended for only one year. Campers who have attended for more than one year will be given priority on a first come, first serve basis.