The Wampler's have been providing wilderness experiences to children with physical disabilities since 2002.
“We are so fortunate and thankful for the opportunity to be a part of your family. To you, the parents and guardians, we just want to say Thank You for being a part of the Camp Wamp Family. This privilege and responsibility of providing quality camping experiences has guided us through the years and allowed us to serve hundreds of campers and parents. As owners, we agree with many parents who come to see their camper's experience as an integral part of their growth, as important to their development as the right school, friends, and home environment. Camp Wamp will help make your decision an easy one! Our goal is that you will find Camp Wamp to be a place of fun, friends, laughter and learning. Thank you for the privilege of providing "the camp of choice" for your camper!
Camp Director & Assistant Camp Director/ Communications Director
Annie and Brandi Warner joined the Camp Wamp family in 2017.
Annie comes to Camp Wamp with a varied background in Non-Profit and Camp management. She is a graduate of the University of Southern Mississippi where she earned a
Bachelor of Science Degree in Recreation with an emphasis in Administration. She has worked with numerous camps throughout the country and has served as a member of the National Council of leaders, Heart of the South District Chair of the Local Council of Leaders, Arizona State Chair, and Mississippi State Chair for the
American Camp Association (ACA).
Brandi comes to Camp Wamp with a background in marketing and adult learning and development. She has been volunteering in the camp environment for the past 10 years in various roles. She has worked in roles that involve program development, marketing, community engagement, staff development, and much more. Her love for seeing growth in children and staff through the outdoors has made her an integral part of the Camp Wamp family.
The Warner family is inspired by our campers daily and continues to be advocates for camping and providing rustic recreation experiences for individuals living with physical disabilities.