Children with congenital or acquired craniofacial conditions often have complex medical and surgical healthcare needs. To provide holistic care to this unique pediatric population, we must seek methods to address the psychosocial needs of children living with a craniofacial difference. Our multidisciplinary craniofacial team concluded our second-year participating in overnight summer camps for our patients with cleft-craniofacial conditions. We worked with 2 different organizations to host the camps each year. Over the course of 2 years, we enrolled more than 100 children, 7–15 years of age, in 1-week, overnight camp experiences. Campers participated in activities to promote team building, self-esteem, confidence, and social awareness. We share the perspectives of the campers and their parents, the camp staff, and the craniofacial team members.