Doug Morris, Executive Director at High Point Village, said," This is such a great place for them because they really fit in and they'll get up on stage and play the violin and dance where in a normal situation they wouldn't do that, but here they feel comfortable, free and open."
Campers and volunteers are wrapping up their last full day of what they call - 'around-the-world' fun.
"We've been to Hawaii," said Athos Colos. "Not the real Hawaii though...New York, Texas, Brazil."
The participants said they love the international theme.
"You get to like go to different places and explore different cultures," said Kassandra.
For the past three weeks, 42-young adults with special needs have been dancing, eating and even singing songs associated with other countries. Today it was a taste of Mexico with tacos. They even showed off their moves.
"We did the Mexican hat dance earlier today," said Alex Briesh. "I have fun."
And seeing that happiness on the campers' faces is exactly why Morris will continue to get involved.
"They deserve the same quality of life as the rest of us," said Colos. "We're going to keep trying to provide a service for those that really want it and need it...and deserve it."