MDA camp is a magical place offering a wide range of activities specially designed for young people who are living with a neuromuscular disease. Our camp provides everyone a chance to grow and be free from barriers.
Free, five-day sleepaway camp for youth (ages 10-18) with CMT.
A week long summer camp program for children ages 7-17 affected by a neuromuscular condition covered by the MDA.
Set on the water of Vaughn Bay, with a view of the southern Olympic Mountains, we offer a full camp experience for individuals with disabilities.
We provide inclusive camping, afterschool, and weekend opportunities for children with developmental and physical disabilities.
Camp Easter Seals UCP provides a traditional camping experience for children and adults with physical and intellectual disabilities. Located in Craig County near Roanoke, VA, in a beautiful mountain setting. The camp features eight seperate living cabins and various activities including an outdoor swimming pool and Craig Creek for canoeing.
The premiere camping experience for people with disabilities. It's a five days, in residence, camp-style retreat for people with cognitive or physical disabilities to find fellowship with others, both with and without disabilities and to experience the best week of their year. * May 28- June 1, 2018
Camp Conquest is a Christ-centered, week-long, overnight camp for children and adults with special needs, chronic illnesses and disabilities.
Special needs childrens camp in beautiful Southampton Long Island offering the summer of a lifetime!
Camp Dream is a recreational, traditional summer camp experience for children and young adults with moderate to severe physical and developmental disabilities. Camp Dream is 100% volunteer, offering a one-to-one camper-counselor ratio. Camp Dream is a barrier free environment that has never turned away a camper due to the severity of their disability or their financial capability.
Providing a residential camping experience for children and adults with disabilities. We concentrate on camper's abilities, not disabilities.