A recreational and experiential educational program for Deaf and Hard of Hearing individuals from around the world.
Deaf Camps, Inc. runs week-long residential camps in Knoxville, MD for deaf or hard of hearing children (ages 7-19) and hearing children who want to learn American Sign Language (ages 7-18). Campers will participate in swimming, hiking, arts and crafts, and other great camp activities. See www.deafcampsinc.org for more information.
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.
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.
Camp Conquest is a Christ-centered, week-long, overnight camp for children and adults with special needs, chronic illnesses and disabilities.
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
Co-ed residential special needs children's camp with fun, safe and therapeutic daily activities for social and independence growth.
We provide inclusive camping, afterschool, and weekend opportunities for children with developmental and physical disabilities.
Sib Leaders In Training (SibLIT) is for older teens interested is connecting with other siblings who understand the challenges and joys of growing up with a sibling with disabilities. Campers stay in cabins. Guides facilitate team-building and leadership activities.
Camp Holiday Trails is for children with medical needs in Charlottesville, VA.
Our camp is available for all horse lovers of all abilities, beginning through advanced riders. Our ultimate goal is to teach each participant what it would be like to have a horse of their own.
AbilityFirst Camp Paivika in the San Bernardino Mountains provides special needs campers 11+ with traditional camping experience in a safe and nurturing environment.
Leaping Beyond's mission is to provide access to adaptive sports opportunities and honor children with special needs. Leaping Beyond offers week long adaptive sports camps in the Summer as well as swimming classes in the Fall and Spring at various locations throughout Central Arkansas. All programs are led by pediatric physical therapists.