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When we first heard about Camp Kostopulos, it was kind of a humbling experience. It's good to be reminded that everyone has different abilities.

The Kostopulos Dream Foundation is dedicated to improving the quality of life for people of all abilities through recreation, education and growth opportunities.

There are so many activities! Fishing, Rock Climbing, Face Painting, Field Games, Swimming, Ropes Course & Horseback Riding are just some of the options.

It's an awesome place for anyone. That's why we've teamed up with Camp K to giveaway a family pass to their Family Fun Day!

Photos and Video from Camp K.


Family Fun Day is June 4th 2016 Noon to 4 pm.

We are so excited to partner with Camp Kostopulos!

  • To enter, visit Camp K website and leave a comment below why you (or maybe someone you know) would want to go to Camp K! One lucky winner will win tickets for their immediate family. (Includes activities and lunch.)
  • Giveaway ends this Saturday at Midnight.
  • Additional entries can be made on The Salt Project's Instagram
June 4th 2016 | Noon - 4 pm

Tiffany VanOrden Fri, 05/20/2016 - 02:21

My son, Hudson (11), has Down syndrome. He is so excited for the opportunity to go to day camp at Camp K this summer for the first time! I would love to take his three younger sisters to Family Fun Day. They sacrifice a lot and are so understanding and helpful with Hudson! It's not easy to have a sibling who needs a little extra from Mom and Dad!

Charlene Johnson Sat, 05/21/2016 - 22:08

My youngest, 3, is completely doted on by his 4 older siblings. They are his biggest cheerleaders as he journeys on in his struggles with cerebral palsy. Family Fun Day would be amazing for them to work together and have fun in a new environment. (And Mom and Dad would love to see the facility and see what programs are available to Baylor as he gets older.) I agree with what Tiffany Van Orden said - other kids definitely sacrifice a lot with a sibling who has a disability. I'm so glad we have one - he makes our hearts so much bigger!

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