Camp ASCCA5278 Camp ASCCA Drive, Jackson's Gap, AL, 36861 map
Alabama's Special Camp for Children and Adults and is nationally recognized in therapeutic recreation for those with both physical and intellectual disabilities. Providing weekend and week long sessions, Camp ASCCA is open year-round. Located in Alabama on Lake Martin, we offer campers a wide variety of recreational and educational activities. Activities include horseback riding, fishing, tubing, accessible water slide, swimming, environmental education, arts and crafts, canoeing, a “splash pad”, outdoor adventure elements like the zipline, and much more.
Camp Fire1814 Creighton Road, Pensacola, FL, 32504 map
A unique experience for children in the Pensacola, Milton & Century, Florida areas. Our program offers everything from VPK programs to summer camps, child care programs, and after-school care for children. Camp Fire is open to everyone and we embrace the uniqueness of every youth, teen, and family we serve.
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Camp Frog - Autism Society of AlabamaLake Martin, AL,
Camp is for children on the autism spectrum to enjoy traditional camp activities in a supportive environment with their families. Dates for the 2018 Camp Frog will be September 14th - 16th. Applications are available for download on the website.
Camp Mash11081 Wanda Drive, Mobile , AL, 36608
A week-long recreational program for children ages 7 to 17 with a form of juvenile arthritis or a related autoimmune disease and is offered at no cost to our families. We have activities including fishing, swimming, ropes course, horses, archery, and arts & crafts. All activities and accommodations are fully accessible, and a medical staff team is on site around the clock. Camp is open to children living in Alabama, Mississippi, the Florida Panhandle, and on a case by case basis other kids.
Camp S.K.A.M.P. (Special Kids and Meaningful People)P.O. Box 216, Baker, FL, 32531
Our camp is host to special children with intellectual and physical challenges including cerebral palsy (CP), spina bifida (SB), and other similar disorders. Camp provides a unique experience for campers who are unable to attend other camps due to their special circumstances. Our dedicated Counselors and Staff Members pay to attend camp. Therefore, all campers' expenses are paid by this and generous donations from our Sponsors.
Camp Smile3058 Dauphin Square Connector, Mobile , AL, 36607
A residential summer camp, hosted by United Cerebral Palsy of Mobile, for individuals with disabilities (ages 5 - 50) and their siblings. Here, campers not only have the chance to participate in physical activities like kayaking, fishing, and horseback riding; they also meet others whose abilities and life experiences are similar to their own.