The Southampton Fresh Air Home is a camp for physically challenged children and young adults based on the East End of Long Island. We have wonderful facilities including two heated swimming pools, covered sports courts, a computer lab, arts workshop, and fully air-conditioned bunks. We have a dedicated staff including 24-hour nursing. Transportation to and from camp NYC is offered for the start and end of each session. We offer a generous scholarship scheme and encourage all parents to apply. Please contact us with any questions you may have and we hope to see you this year for the summer of a lifetime!
All three sessions are for male and female campers.
The camp is a not-for-profit organization.
Contact David Billingham: 631 283-1594
Financial Assistance Available
Scholarships are awarded based on family income and family size. Other factors such as recent job loss, extraordinary expenses for housing, medical care, or rehabilitation equipment may be taken into consideration. To insure that every child can attend camp, and families pay what they are able to pay, we review all information carefully and completely before determining the compensatory amount of each child and family request for financial aid. Please submit copies of your most recent Federal Income Tax Return. For individuals receiving public assistance, a copy of the Determination of Benefits letter should be submitted.
Traditional camp menu. Special diets can be accomodated, Please contact Camp Director for further info
The Southampton Fresh Air Home provides a unique vacation experience for physically challenged youth. Children ages 8 to 18 attend one of our three or one week sessions. Camp activities include all the traditional camp favorites and adaptive equipment allows campers to participate in every activity from basketball to sailing.
During the summer more than 150 campers attend the camp. They interact with their peers, gain new confidence and return home with wonderful memories and new friends.
The camp is a not-for-profit organization and scholarships are available.
Contact David Billingham: (631) 283-1594
Check us out: www.sfah.org