Summer Camp Oo-U-La

June 3-9, 2017 at Camp Twin Lakes Will-A-Way in Winder, GA! 

Georgia Firefighters Burn Foundation provides camp at no cost to burn­‐injured children and their sibling(s). Eligible campers are Georgia residents age 7 to 17 who sustained a burn injury that required treatment or hospitalization at a burn center, or non­‐Georgia residents who were treated in a Georgia burn center, and their siblings. We partner with Camp Twin Lakes to host camp at their Will­‐A-Way facility in Winder, GA. Transportation is offered from three locations across the state.

Camp offers burn-­injured children and their siblings opportunities to grow together in their recovery—both physical and emotional—and in their relationship with one another, all while experiencing the fun, friendships, and freedom that you can only find at camp!

Campers can bond and reconnect with siblings and friends while gliding down the swirling waterslide, fishing or paddling in the lakes, trying their hands at the pottery wheel or archery, roasting marshmallows, and so much more. Campers also have opportunities to connect with a support group of peers who have similar stories and similar scars—both seen and unseen—to learn ways to process, talk about, and cope with their challenges and feelings.

Though it may be easy to forget about what brings them to camp while having all this fun, campers truly have “fun with a purpose,” as we acknowledge, validate, and honor the experiences of children affected—directly and indirectly—by traumatic burn injuries.

The theme for camp is Under The Sea!

Camper Application and Forms

Camper applications are closed at this time.


Campers arrive on Sunday, June 4

Click here for the Camper Packet

Volunteer Staff Application and Forms

Applications are now closed for volunteer staff.


Volunteers arrive on Saturday, June 3

Click here for volunteer handbook

Interested in attending Camp 4U at CTL Will-A-Way? Email mwilliams@gfbf.org!

Camp 4U mini conference is April 22nd from 9:00am- 3:00pm. Camp Twin Lakes and GFBF will sponsor anyone interested in attending! Come learn best practices, gather games and activity resources to use with campers, and network with other camp staff from all around the Southeast as you learn from experts.

Camper Exchange Program

We are excited to continue our partnership with Camp B.U.C.K.O.(Burn Camp for Kids in Ontario) in Ontario, Canada to facilitate an exchange program where campers have the opportunity to attend one another’s camp programs. For more information about our camper exchange program, please contact McKenzy Williams at mwilliams@gfbf.org.