Camp Resources 2024

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Adaptive & Sensory Friendly Summer Camps

(Tacoma, WA)
Adaptive & Sensory Friendly Summer Camps

 

Adaptive camps are designed to empower individuals with mobility impairments to enjoy outdoor adventures and recreational activities, like biking or hiking, in an inclusive environment. Available for ages 6-17.

 

Sensory-friendly camps are designed to accommodate a wide range of sensory sensitivities and offer customized activities to ensure an enriching experience for campers of all backgrounds. All camps will take place at Mary Lyon Elementary School. For ages 6-11 and 12-17.

Group of Friends Going on ExcursionAdventure Camp:
Social Skills Learning &
Science Exploration

(Seattle, WA)


Experience Adventure Camp: social skills learning through science exploration. At Adventure Camp, we are strong believers in the ability of our youth to succeed by learning social skills through science exploration. Our programming and activities are designed to help our youth reach their goals and fulfill their highest potential. We started Adventure Camp to give kids with social needs the opportunity to expand their social experiences in a fun and interactive camp, while using their interests and incorporating science into summer learning.

 

Adventures Without Limits
Aquatic Adventure Camp

(Daily pick-up locations in Forest Grove  & Hillsboro, OR)
Adventure Without Barriers: With adaptive sports equipment, extra staffing, training and specialized job placements, Adventures Without Limits is fulfilling our mission to serve all. At the heart of our program is the philosophy of inclusion, which brings together individuals of all backgrounds and abilities to share experiences and adventures together. Our collective commitments will ensure that we can all continue to empower people through the spirit of adventure.

 

(Seattle, WA)
Apex Summer Day Camp’s program focuses on building children’s social skills and self-esteem within the context of structured recreational and learning activities.

Arthritis Foundation’s CampJAM/Juvenile Arthritis Matters

(Canby, WA)
Arthritis Foundation’s Camp JAM is a weekend retreat for children and teens with rheumatic conditions and their families to learn about arthritis, network with other families who understand your concerns and build a support system to use throughout the year.

 

 

Arthritis Foundation’s
Teen Retreat Camp

(Mt Vernon, WA)
Arthritis Foundation’s Teen Retreat (KAT-FISH Camp) is a weekend retreat for children and teens with rheumatic conditions and their families to learn about arthritis, network with other families who understand your concerns and build a support system to use throughout the year.

(Vancouver, WA)

Camp Spark is a comprehensive residential sports camp program for youth and young adults, ages 8 to 21, who are blind and visually impaired. Camp sessions last three or six days and generally take place at rented facilities at universities, or retreat centers. Through summer and winter sessions, campers learn how to swim for the first time, snowshoe through the mountains, develop friendships, and gain the skills and resources to help them achieve success in all areas of life.

Healing Winds

Washington Vocational Services Summer Camp

Looking for something to do this summer? Try WVS Summer Camps! This fully inclusive program in Skagit County is open to everyone ages 14 – 26. We have 6 exciting weeks of camp planned and every week has a different theme. Join us for some fun in the sun, while making new friends and enjoying the great outdoors! For more information, please contact Tessa Ross at tross@wvs.org.