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.
Dream Street at Canyon Ranch is a unique program for maturing young adults 18-24 dealing with life-threatening illnesses. Please check our website for more information. There is a short video on the home page that describes the program.
Outdoor recreation camps for children and adults with disabilities.
All camps are open to children with or without special needs. Camps will include daily riding lessons, horse crafts, games and a Horse Show on the last day so campers can strut their stuff!
Dream Oaks provides day and residential year-round camp experiences for children, 7-17, with special needs and/or chronic illnesses.
Camp Zip is dedicated to providing opportunities to adults with disabilities. Our staff works year round to ensure that your experience at Camp Zip meets your needs and exceeds their expectations. Our goal is to be the best! Campers will be presented with the opportunity to try new things and stretch themselves to be the best they can be.
Challenge Aspen is dedicated to improving lives by presenting meaningful recreational, educational and cultural experiences to individuals facing cognitive or physical challenges.
The Woodlands Foundation offers over-night summer camps, weekend retreats and additional after- school programs for individuals of all ages with disability and chronic illness. Participants have the opportunity to learn, have fun, and make friends! All of our programs are fully adaptive, accessible and take place on our campus with climate controlled facilities and a caring and trained staff.
Camp High Hopes offer summer week-long and day camp, and weekend respite in the fall/spring.
A weeklong adaptive summer day camp for children with multiple disabilities and their siblings. Campers enjoy a week of activities based on the themes of popular children's movies.
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.
STM has been camp-style retreats for for individuals and families impacted by disability to have fun and find fellowship with others in a Christian atmosphere since 1982. Each location is staffed with Medical professionals and volunteers.
Premier Summer Camp and Respite Program for Children and Adults Individuals with Developmental Disabilities in beautiful barrier-free camp setting
Camp Howe, Inc provides an early experience outside of the family home for youth aged 7-17. The program encompasses all aspects of the campers experience and focuses in offering age appropriate programs aimed at increasing self esteem, leadership, independence, and education on preserving and protecting the environment.
Camp Pennwood provides young people with intellectual disabilities the opportunity to enjoy a traditional day camp. Campers participate in activities such as arts and crafts, archery, swimming, and musical activities during the five-week summer run.
Easterseals Timber Pointe Outdoor Center offers week-long day and overnight camping opportunities for children and adults with disabilities and chronic illnesses.
Easter Seals Camp Wawbeek is an adventure outdoor program that allows people with physical disabilities to be people first.
Rising Treetops at Oakhurst (formerly Camp Oakhurst), located near the New Jersey shore and 55 miles from New York City, serves children and adults with special needs, including autism and physical and intellectual disabilities through summer camp and respite programs.