Community Campout: Camp out to benefit Rochester Rotary Sunshine Camp! | Kids Out and About Ann Arbor / Detroit

Community Campout: Camp out to benefit Rochester Rotary Sunshine Camp!

Rochester Rotary is holding a Community Campout this summer to raise awareness of Rochester Rotary Sunshine Camp. By going camping - in a campground, in your backyard, or in your living room - you can help provide a camping experience for area children with physical challenges.

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Area residents can go camping and help children with disabilities at the same time.

 As a prelude to Rochester Rotary Sunshine Camp’s 100th anniversary in 2022, Rochester Rotary is holding a Community Campout to raise funds for, and awareness of, the camp. Participating in the campout is easy, as people can participate by:

  • Going camping between Memorial Day and Labor Day – visiting a campground, pitching a tent in the backyard, or holding a day camp inside or outside of their home.
  • Taking a picture and posting it on Facebook or Instagram, including the #SunshineCampout hashtag in their post, and tagging Sunshine Camp (@rotarysunshinecamp).
  • Pledging $25 to Rochester Rotary Sunshine Camp - donations can be made at
  • Challenging family members, friends and colleagues to camp out as well.

People who post an image will be entered into a random drawing for one of two giveaways: 1) a $100 Dick’s Sporting Goods gift card or 2) a day of fun at Sunshine Camp for up to 50 people. No pledge or donation is necessary to be entered in the drawing; the two winners will be chosen at random.

 About Rochester Rotary Sunshine Camp

Rochester Rotary Sunshine Camp (, a fully accessible residential summer camp in Rush, N.Y., has met the needs of children with paralysis and other physical challenges and their families since 1922. Each summer, children and young-adult campers (ages 7 to 21 years old) with disabilities take advantage of this 157-acre campground. It is the only camping facility of its kind in Greater Rochester that gives children with special needs unique overnight camping experiences. The camp is owned by Rochester Rotary Charitable Trusts Inc. and operated by the Rochester Rotary Club.

*Times, dates, and prices of any activity posted to our calendars are subject to change. Please be sure to click through directly to the organization’s website to verify.


809 Five Points Road
Rush, NY, 14543
United States
Contact name: 
Tim Cook
6:00 am
Suggested $25 donation


All Ages