Extraordinary people deserve an extraordinary camp

Founded in 2013, Camp Conquest has served the special needs

community for nearly a decade. The best part? We are expanding to

serve more campers, volunteers, and their families.

Fun with a purpose

There’s more to camp than just having fun. We want to change lives and we do that by showing God’s love and providing challenging opportunities to overcome so campers leave feeling more confident.  


With full medical, physical, and emotional support from healthcare professionals, trained staff, and dedicated volunteers, campers simply live in the moment and enjoy a place designed just for them.


With our new camp property recently purchased, our goals continue to grow. Among our hopes for the future of Camp Conquest is to serve disabled veterans, as well as provide a state-of-the-art training facility for paralympians. We'd love for you to follow along on our progress. 


We can't thank you enough for providing such a safe, energizing, exciting and blessed week for Emily and her pals!! Camp Conquest is truly her number one favorite thing to participate in. Thank You, Thank You!!  

- Jim & Mary

Thank you for what you are doing. My family is so lucky to have found you and your camp. Our son is not easy and you and your staff make us all feel so great about the week he spends there. God is doing some amazing things through you, it just shows in everyone over there.  

- Bo 

Camille had a wonderful time. She can't stop talking about it. Jerah, her counselor, was great with her. Please pass our heartfelt thanks along to everybody. Thanks so much for the awesome time that she had! God Bless you All.  

- Cynthia C

camp conquest 2019

ages 7-17

camp conquest 2019

ages 18+



​At Camp Conquest, individuals are not defined by their disability. Through adaptive activities, our campers are able to participate in all camp activities, and our trained, dedicated staff and volunteers encourage our campers to have new experiences. 


Campers are each assigned a volunteer counselor, and together, they participate in all camp activities. The healing power of laughter, friendship, and shared experiences offer campers the chance to make new friends, develop the courage to try new things, and build newfound confidence that they can carry back to school, social settings, and friendships in their daily lives.
We serve campers with developmental disabilities, including but not limited to Autism, PDD, Down syndrome, Cerebral Palsy, Developmental/Intellectual Delays, and many others. We strive to make it possible for any camper to attend camp and have campers from Tennessee, Mississippi, Alabama, Texas, Missouri, and across the Mid-South gathering together for a week of Christ-centered fun!

If you are concerned about whether or not Camp Conquest can accommodate your camper's disability, please don't hesitate to email Mark at mark@campconquest.com.


In addition to the campers having fun, we want parents and caregivers to find respite while their child is at camp. Many families choose to go on vacation during this time. Parents can rest knowing the Camp Conquest staff and volunteers are trained prior to campers arriving at camp. In addition, Camp Conquest runs background checks on all volunteers, leadership, and staff.


Our medical team is led by a board-certified nurse practitioner, who is also the co-founder of Camp Conquest. The medical team meticulously reviews each child’s medical record to ensure a continuum of care and that all activities for each camper are medically appropriate. ​ Each cabin has an assigned medical team member to distribute medications and oversee medical needs. 

If you have questions about your camper's medical needs, please contact Mark at mark@campconquest.com! We would love to discuss how we can best care for your camper during their time at camp.