Frontier Travel Camp is a summer camp alternative for teens and young adults with high functioning abilities. We cater to those with ADD/ADHD, Autism, Asperger's, Williams, general Developmental Disabilities, and other special needs. Every year we travel to a new destinations. In 2010 we'll travel through Oregon, California, and cruise to Alaska.
Financial Assistance NOT Available
Frontier will maintain it's dedication to HEALTH on all tours. Frontier travelers are provided three meals per day:
Breakfast: 3 choices of cereal served with fat-free milk, 2 choices of fruit, a bagel or english muffin, and 2 choices of juice. There will be many days where our accommodations provide a well balanced hot breakfast daily with eggs, toast, hash browns, and sometimes even pancakes.
Lunch: Usually served picnic style while on tour. Three choices of sandwiches all served on whole wheat bread, 2 choices of fruit, a grain bar, and a sugar-free drink such as Crystal Light Lemonade or Iced Tea are served daily.
Dinner: Served in restaurants either in our accommodation or in the city or town we are visiting. Travelers are given healthy choices from menus and encouraged to limit fried foods and soda. Desserts are served irregularly as to control for the amount of sugar and fat intake on our lengthy tours.
Note: Frontier Travel Camp is prepared to make special arrangements for most dietary needs of its travelers.
More About Camp
Frontier Travel Camp, Inc. was established in 1997 as a summer camp alternative for individuals with special needs. Next season will mark 11 years of successful tours around the world.
We believe that group travel is an ideal way to experience independence, improve social skills, and increase self-esteem in a secure and exciting environment.
Frontier travelers are high functioning individuals aged 16 and above. They have varying learning disabilities, developmental disabilities, and/or other difficulties requiring more supervision and guidance than the mainstream camper.
Our traveler's have varying special needs. Diagnoses include: ADD/ADHD, Autism, Asperger's Syndrome, William's Syndrome, Cerebral Palsy, Down's Syndrome and other special needs. No matter the diagnosis, our traveler's are high- functioning individuals who are interested in making lasting relationships and in seeing the world.
Frontier Travel Camp has traveled extensively throughout the United States and Canada, including Hawaii and Alaska. We have rafted some of the best rivers in the west, hiked on some of the most beautiful mountain ranges in the world, and explored some of our most interesting cities and national parks.
These incomparable experiences endow our travelers with more than just priceless memories. They return home empowered by their new found independence, confident in their ability to make new friends, and proud of their efforts to challenge themselves and try new things.
What makes Frontier Travel Camp truly special is the bond shared by all the staff, travelers, and their families. Our camp is an ever-growing family. Travelers feel respected and cared for as they form friendships that they can maintain throughout the year.
Activities & Features
Outdoor Activities Hiking
Water Sports Swimming
Other Activities Travel socialization Independence life skills
Location & Contact Information
Camp Address 1000 Quayside Terrace Unit. 904
Miami, FL, 33138 United States
Winter Address 1000 Quayside Terrace Unit 904
Miami, FL, 33138 United States
305-895-1123 (tel.) 305-893-4169 (fax.)