Welcoming | Liberating | Unforgettable
Our vision is to create and maintain an Idaho medical camp, a welcoming space designed specifically for guests with medical needs to securely connect with nature and each other.
Our state is growing, and Camp Rainbow Gold—and other organizations like ours—will need to grow with it. As the Gem State’s only purpose-built medical camp, we’ll be able to serve our Camp Rainbow Gold community while providing the space and safety other organizations need to bring their unique visions to life.
A donation toward improving this beautiful space isn’t just an investment in property or an organization. It’s an investment in the future of Idaho.
Here’s Why HIDDEN PARADISE Is So Needed
A welcoming, safe space like ours simply doesn’t exist in Idaho. With top-notch, permanent medical facilities, we can help kids and their families do the important healing work of play and relaxation.
Idaho medical camps won’t have to turn sick children and their families away. We have had to tell so many deserving people “no” simply because we didn’t have the physical space to accommodate them. As Idaho grows, the demand for special spaces like ours will only continue.
Idaho nonprofits need a secure, purpose-built medical camp. We’re working together with groups, agencies, and hospitals that suffer from limited space and facilities that aren’t safe enough for people with medical needs. Hidden Paradise will help countless people experience the fun and bonding of summer camp and other outdoor adventures.
Hidden Paradise will help heal Idaho.
From Our Blog
Meet Our Board Members: Ryan McFarland
— By Ryan McFarland CRG Board Member- I became involved with Camp Rainbow Gold through Camp Rainbow Gold's Capital Campaign Director, Lonni...
The Lasting Impact
— By Tawny Flanders Longtime Volunteer – My family My husband and I became involved with Camp Rainbow Gold when our daughter, Bri, was diagnosed...
— By Bill Flanders Longtime Volunteer – Camp Rainbow Gold came into my life unexpectedly in 2005 soon after “our” family was diagnosed with...