Camp Blue Spruce’s vision is that all children and families with food allergies have a sense of belonging, trust and community.

Camp Blue Spruce provides opportunities for youth and teens living with food allergies and other related conditions to come together as a community. Overnight camp gives kids and teens a chance to build relationships, try new things, and learn more about themselves and their abilities. A variety of online programming brings this same camp magic to them throughout the year!

Our Programs

Camp Blue Spruce provides children with food allergies a summer camp experience where they can be independent, confident, and care-free.

Overnight Camp

It’s a big world out there, and living with food allergies or celiac disease can be tricky! Allergy Pals USA is an online mentorship program that supports kids and teens with food allergies and other dietary restrictions as they navigate their daily lives.

Allergy Pals USA

Food-Free Fun puts on food-free social events for children managing food allergies or restrictions. Our safe, inclusive social events are where they and their families can find personal connections and support.

Events & Opportunities

Latest News

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To stay up to date on what’s happening with all our programs, you can sign up to receive our E-newsletter below. We do not send it very often, so it will not clog your inbox! See our latest newsletter here.

A documentary film about camp.

Camp Blue Spruce grants you permission to access and view the Digital Content titled Tastes Like Freedom for personal, non-commercial, private use. For more information about video use, click here.


Tastes Like Freedom, a documentary film, is the remarkable story of Camp Blue Spruce and its campers. This intimate portrayal reveals the social and emotional challenges of living with food allergies and the freedom these kids experience at camp.

Written and directed by Eric Stachon of Leftcoast Media, produced by Tara Johnson-Medinger and edited by Emily von W. Gilbert.