About Camp H-Town

 
Four Seasons Hotel Houston is bringing a summer camping experience unlike any other in the city to its grounds with the first urban hotel oncology camp. Camp H-Town, a sleep away camp that provides children and teenagers who have been impacted by cancer with a true urban camp experience, has kicked off with an unforgettable lineup of activities for the campers.
 
 
The urban oncology camp at Four Seasons Hotel Houston, a fun-filled five days conducted in partnership with The University of Texas MD Anderson Children’s Cancer Hospital, provides kids ages 8-14 who are living with cancer a fun and safe camp setting at no financial cost to the campers’ families. The Hotel has converted an entire floor into a “campground” with bunk beds and camping gear, in which the campers stay four nights under the supervision of volunteers and medical staff from MD Anderson.
 
 
The inaugural camp in 2018, took on an “Into the Wild” theme, gave the campers an opportunity to enjoy activities both at the Hotel and at surrounding city attractions including a welcome gathering at the George R. Brown Convention Center, a private tour at Minute Maid Park, a day at the Downtown Aquarium, dinner and dance party at the House of Blues, a trip to Market Square Apartments swimming in the glass bottom pool, an art project with a local artist, poolside campfire and movie at the Hotel, an adventure to the Houston Zoo, dinner at Ninfa’s on Navigation, yoga classes, catering by Pappasitos and more.

BOARD OF DIRECTORS

Patty Busmire
Tom Segesta
Robin Segesta
Beth Purpich
Nancy Levicki
Bridget Waterman
Paul Tuttle
John Strohmeyer

 

OFFICERS

Tom Segesta, President
Robin Segesta, Vice President
Bridget Waterman, Secretary
Paul Tuttle, Treasurer
Elisa Brundige – Camp Director
Rich Brundige – Camp Director