Camp Winnarainbow experiences? Thinking about sending my son

Hello, I noticed a lot of positive posts for Camp Winnarainbow that have been archived and are a few years old.  Has anyone been recently?  Can you recommend it and/or share how the experience was for your camper and family?

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My daughter has attended for several years and is now a "teen counselor." She calls it "her home away from home" and where she feels like "she can be herself." It is a camp for free-spirited, quirky, and arts centric (but not necessarily highly skilled) kids. The staff is very responsive to her needs and has also contacted me when she had asthma issues, so I feel safe with her there emotionally and physically.  Of course, every child's needs are different so you should consider attending the orientation.