Camper Information

 2018 CAMP IS FULL. Registering will add you to our wait list.
PATIENT CAMPERS register here
SIBLING CAMPERS register here

Welcome Camp Quality campers & families!

The new year brings an exciting change for kids with cancer and blood disorders in Minnesota and western Wisconsin! Formerly served by Camp VIP, 2018 marks the innaugural year of Camp Quality Minnesota, and it will be here before we know it! Whether you're a repeat camper or a first-timer, check out the details below and watch for registration to go live sometime in February.


Who can go? Kids with cancer (in any stage of treatment or recovery) and their siblings, ages 7-17; Kids with blood disorders (sickle cell disease, thalassemia, aplastic anemia, etc.) and their siblings, ages 7-17
When is it? Monday, August 13th to Friday, August 17th, 2018 (with transportation from Children's - Minneapolis and back)
Where is camp held? Camp Victory, located on the Zumbro River, about 75 minutes southeast of the Twin Cities in Zumbro Falls, MN (camp website:
What will it be like? Camp is a 5 day/4 night adventure, packed with all of the typical summer camp activities: river tubing, archery, zipline, arts and crafts, rock climbing, campfires, and best of all, new friends and great memories!  Click here to go to our Fast Facts for New Campers background information on Camp Quality and what to expect at a typical summer camp.
How do we sign up? Online registration begins in February and ends June 1st, 2018. Upon receiving your registration forms (online preferred, paper available), we will send an acknowledgement email or postcard to let you know we got them. The camp list will be finalized by mid-June, at which time families will receive final confirmation of acceptance vs. waitlist, along with notification of any forms still needed. Directions to the campground, a supply list, and final registration information will be mailed to you three weeks prior to camp.
          PATIENT CAMPERS register here
        SIBLING CAMPERS register here


Registration notes: The CQMN medical team uses an online medication administration and treatment record called CampDoc. Parents access the program from their home to enter allergy and medication information prior to summer camp. Please include a valid email address that you check regularly on your children’s applications. We will use this email address to ensure that you have access to the CampDoc site and will notify you when the site is available for 2018 info.  Because you will be entering the information on CampDoc, please disregard the final page of the applications – the Medication Form.


Stephanie Gil, CQMN Director