"We get to sing, and dance we do a talent show and play games," said Jamie Martin.
Tucked away in the woods, even in the distance, most can hear voices ringing loud and proud.
"It's really fun! And it stands for kids!"
Jamie Martin is 11 years old, and loves doing theatre.
He has down syndrome, but the diagnosis isn't holding him back from going for his dream role.
"To be peter pan! I hope so!"
Martin and his sister are at Timber Pointe, hoping to be a part of the newest show.
Hosted by the Penguin Project, the production is geared for those with special needs, giving them a place to shine no matter their challenges.
"He loves to sing, he loves to dance, he is very social and he is very busy," said mother Lisa Martin.
"Seeing him light up when he gets involved with these kind of programs, that's one of the things we like about Timber Pointe Camp," said dad Jim. "Development of the social skills."
Operated by Easter Seals, the site provides dozens of activities for those with special needs.
Each helping them gain confidence, while discovering new talents.
"He may process things a little bit differently, but he's just like any other kid and this environment especially makes him feel that way," said Martin. "I know they take just as good of care of him as they would if he was their own child."
And with each show Martin takes part in...
"The Lion King, Beauty and the Beast...," lists Martin.
No matter the role, having the courage to dance and sing on the stage is making each member of the cast a star in their own way.
Timber Pointe also hosts events during the school year to help children with special needs gain independence.
You can help support the services of Easter Seals and Timber Pointe by donating during the Easter Seals telethon.
It airs Saturday March second, on WMBD-31.