A chance for children and teens with MS to make new friends, have fun and have a break from the stresses associated with MS, in a fun supportive environment.

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 25-29, 2020

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Menomonee Falls, WI

ARCh Camp Pow Wow welcomes children and adults with learning disabilities, cognitive challenges, autism spectrum disorders, physical health difficulties and a variety of other diagnoses. Some campers use wheelchairs, walkers or other devices to enhance mobility, while others require a regimen of medications or diligent monitoring of blood sugar.

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Goshen, VT

For children and adults with disabilities - deep in the Green Mountains of Vermont.

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Special needs childrens camp in beautiful Southampton Long Island offering the summer of a lifetime!

High Falls, NY

Co-ed residential special needs children's camp with fun, safe and therapeutic daily activities for social and independence growth.

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The premiere camping experience for people with disabilities. It's a five day, 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. August 20 - 24, 2019

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Sabillasville, MD

Providing a traditional camp experience to children and adults with disabilities since 1937. Our 2:1 camper to counselor ratio focuses on what a camper can do!

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The premiere Camp Experience for persons with disabilities!

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The Get Away is a premiere vacation/camp experience for people with physical and/or intellectual disabilities. Each activity is designed with one thing in mind; to allow those attending the Get Away to experience the best week of the year, make new friends and leave with a renewed self-esteem.

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Mission Creek Camp & Retreat Center is a camp for individuals with all abilities, especially those with Special Needs. Due to the physical terrain, we are currently unable to accommodate campers with wheelchairs.

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Set on the waters of Vaughn bay, with a view of the southern Olympic Mountains, we offer a full camp experience for individuals with disabilities.

Hackettstown, NJ

Easter Seals overnight camp provides various camp activities including canoeing and zip-lining, as well as hotel and travel respite programs for ALL levels of abilities for over 70 years

Christian Camping Experience for individuals with Special Needs

Kerrville, TX

Texas Lions Camp exists to provide, without charge, a camp for physically disabled and diabetic children from the State of Texas; regardless of race, religion, or national origin.

Carbondale, IL

51st season as Part of Southern IL University, Camp Little Giant is located in the Shawnee National Forest along the shores of Little Grassy Lake. All paths, cabins, and facilities are wheelchair accessible

SpringHill Camps - Summer Camp for everyone

Social Skills Summer Programs with a Recreation and Life Skills Focus

Cumming, GA

Experiential outdoor adventure sleep away camps for kids and adults with mental and physical disabilities.

Canton, MI

Camp A.B.L.E. is designed for individuals with disabilities. This camp offers unique opportunities to enhance social skills, reinforce gross and fine motor skills and foster independence. We attend field-trips three times a week, where we are bowling, swimming at a water park, or visiting a local hands-on museum. On Tuesdays and Wednesdays we go swimming at the Summit, visit the library, and participate in different life skills.

Camp Type: Multiple Sclerosis Camps