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Camp Broncho

Providing children with asthma the opportunity to experience camp.

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Camp Broncho exists to provide children with asthma, who for medical reasons may be unable to attend other summer camps, the opportunity to experience camp in a medically safe and educationally supportive environment.


Camp Broncho Objectives

  • Provide an enjoyable and safe camp experience for children with asthma, ages 7 -12
  • Provide asthma education and management skills for these children
  • Promote improved self-care, self-image and independence for children with asthma

Your child can breathe easier this summer at Camp Broncho of North Texas, a camp for children with asthma.


Camp Broncho Camper Application
Camp Broncho Parent Letter - Important Information
Camp Broncho Physician Health Form

ALL applications must be postmarked by May 2, 2016.

Camp Staffing

Camp Broncho of North Texas is held at Camp John Marc, 70 miles southwest of Dallas-Fort Worth near Meridian, Texas. Three trained adults, one of whom is a medical specialist (nurse or respiratory therapist), are assigned to each cabin. Background checks are conducted on all camp volunteers. Camper cabins are air-conditioned, each having a complete bathroom and twin size single beds.

Camper Selection

Girls and boys, ages 7-12 that have moderate to severe asthma are eligible to attend.


Campers are selected based on the severity of their asthma as indicated by their physician.


Campers are notified in June if they have been selected to attend camp.

Medical Care and Medications

A medical team consisting of volunteer physicians, nurse practitioners, nurses, and respiratory therapists provide medical supervision 24 hours a day. The dispensing of medicine is very closely monitored as prescribed by your child’s physician. Children are required to bring their own medications to camp.

What Do We Do At Camp?

Campers participate in fun activities such as: