Easter Seals Colorado – Rocky Mountain Village www.easterseals.com 303-233-1666 Rocky Mountain Village is fully accessible and used by kids and adults of all abilities. Scholarships available based on income.
National Sports Center for the Disabled https://nscd.org/participate/ 970-726-1518 Summer camps for children and families. Weekend and winter activities. Scholarships available.
Adam’s Camp www.adamscamp.org 303-563-8290 1101 County Road 53 Granby, CO 80446 Offers adventure and therapy camps for children with developmental delays or disabilities and their families.
Special Olympics Colorado specialolympicsco.org 720-359-3100 Contact your area Program Manager to find out what is going on in your area.
Challenge Aspen challengeaspen.org [email protected] 970-923-0578 Dates/Cost: 4th of July Camp – Super Heroes June 30 – July 4. Early Bird Registration $875 (Until June 1st). Regular $925. This year we will be celebrating all
our Superheroes and having a little bit of fun. Join us for a week of creativity, swimming, and rafting, mountain adventures and of course the celebration of our independence at one of the largest mountain towns 4th of July Parades! Lunches included, drop off 9AM, pick up 4PM. Please note that there is a noon pick up time in Aspen on the 4th July. Activities include: art – creating the float and costumes for the parade, swimming, mini golf, mountain rides at the new Snowmass Lost Forest, Whispering Winds Ranch (archery, blinking, fishing and more) river rafting, Aspen 4th of July Parade. Magic of Music and Dance Camp July 13 – July 17. Early Bird Registration $1050 (until June 1st). Regular $1100. The week-long day camp provides artists of ALL AGES with disabilities the opportunity to release their creative spirits and express themselves through dance, movement, singing and acting. Participants create and rehearse a full stage production w/ dialogue songs, costumes and dance. Afternoon activities include swimming, whitewater rafting and a family BBQ. The camp culminates with a magical performance of the production for the local community. 3, 4 and 5 Day Adventures – You PICK your dates: 3 days - $800, 4 days - $900, 5 days $1000. Registration includes, lunch, transportation and adaptive – trained staff. Bring a friend and receive a $50/day discount. To register, please email and you will receive a response within 48 hours.
CNI Cochlear Kids Camp https://www.nchpad.org/Directories/Programs/9621/CNI~Cochlear~Kids~Camp [email protected] 303-806-7416 Over the course of the 4-day/3-night weekend, family members will enjoy indoor and outdoor settings that are both recreational and educational. We invite you to join in the experience as you and your family members learn from each other while building strong and lasting connections both within and between families. Some of the activities that we have planned include team building, arts and crafts, nature walks, ropes course, climbing areas, games and more! Registration, release forms and reservation fees will be processed on a first-come, first-served basis. CNI is pleased to offer this camp at a cost of $250 from each family of up to 4 persons. Families of 5 or 6 members may share one room for an additional $100 per person in excess of 4. For example, a 5-person family would have a registration fee of $350 and a 6-person family would have a fee of $450. Families of more than 6 members should contact the CNI Cochlear Kids Camp Coordinator (Judith Stucky, 303-806-7416) for more information.
Colorado Lions Camp coloradolionscamp.org 719-687-2087 28541 Hwy 67 N Woodland Park, CO 80863 Mailing Address: PO Box 9043 Woodland Park, CO 80866 Programs offered at camp include weekly summer camp sessions (Sunday to Friday) and weekend respite camps (Friday to Sunday). Activities are tailored and adapted to include participation of all campers, despite their physical, emotional or developmental challenges. Activities include, but not limited to: Nature Studies, Horseback Riding, Cooking Classes, Arts & Crafts, Sports & Games, Swimming, Ropes Course, Canoeing, Music, Dances, Archery, Gardening, Fishing, Campfires Hiking, Miniature Golf, Yoga, Drama & Skits, Drum Circles and many more weekly themed activities. The Colorado Lions Camp provides a supportive environment where campers are celebrated for their differences and varying ability levels. Our campers are individuals age 8 to senior adult who have the following: Down syndrome, Autism Spectrum Disorders, Asperger’s Syndrome, Sensory Processing Disorders, Developmental Delays, Intellectual Challenges, Blind or Visual Impairments, Deaf or Hearing Impairments, Physical Disabilities, and Mental Disorders
Roundup River Ranch roundupriverranch.org [email protected] 970-524-2267 8333 Colorado River Road Gypsum, CO 81637 Roundup River Ranch offers old-fashioned, pure fun camp experiences for children with serious illnesses and their families. At our beautiful Colorado ranch and through year-round activities, we offer our campers and families the chance to enjoy the most extraordinarily ordinary joys of childhood. With full medical, physical and emotional support from healthcare professionals, trained staff and dedicated volunteers, campers and their families have the peace of mind to simply live in the moment and have fun. While we focus on the fun of living life large, we also understand the very real needs of our campers. When medical support is needed, it is immediately provided – expertly, with compassion, and with as little disruption as possible
to the camper’s activities. We think nothing of venturing out on a canoe to administer a medication at the correct time, rather than make a camper come in from the fun. Roundup River Ranch is always free of charge for all kids and their families. Our camp is funded through the generosity of the communities we serve and our loyal supporters. We rely on the support of individuals, corporations, foundations, and friends just like you to make this magical place possible.
Aspen Camp of the Deaf and Hard of Hearing aspencamp.org [email protected] 970-315-0513 (v/vp) 970-924-0584 (text) 4862 Snowmass Creek Road Snowmass, CO 81654
Breckenridge Outdoor Education Center boec.org [email protected] 970-453-6422 Mailing Address: PO Box 697 Breckenridge, CO 80422 Since 1976, Breckenridge Outdoor Education Center (BOEC) has provided life changing outdoor learning experiences to people of all abilities, providing a sense of freedom to those who are routinely excluded from outdoor activity due to a disability or special need.
Epilepsy Foundation of Colorado https://www.epilepsycolorado.org/kids-corner/ [email protected] 303-337-9774 Jason’s Camp - The Jason Fleishman Summer Camp is
located at the YMCA of the Rockies in beautiful Estes Park. This 5-day overnight camp allows teens with seizures to focus on what they CAN do through the support and encouragement of caring peers and camp staff. The campers build confidence and knowledge about epilepsy while having fun and making new friends. Camp activities include the zip line, rock climbing, horseback riding, arts and crafts and more. To ensure the safety of the campers, we have a team of licensed medical staff onsite at all times along with experienced counselors. The cost is $550, and scholarships are available. Contact Marcee Aude at [email protected]. Rock n’ Rally - Rock n’ Rally is located at the Cal-Wood Education Center in Jamestown. This overnight weekend camp provides an opportunity for children whose lives are impacted by epilepsy to build confidence, make new friends, have fun in the great outdoors and learn more about epilepsy. To ensure the safety of the campers, we have a team of licensed medical staff onsite at all times along with experienced counselors. The cost is $250, and scholarships are available. Contact Wendy Kogel at [email protected]
Sky High Hope Camp Skyhighhope.org 303-396-3199 Sky High Hope Camp, now hosted at Buckhorn United Methodist Church, is a one week summer camp for children with cancer and their siblings. The facilities at the camp include cabins with electricity and bathrooms, an infirmary, a dining room, and a camp store. At Sky High Hope Camp, physical changes such as limb loss, weight alterations, hair loss, or being a sibling of a child with cancer are not perceived as different by other campers or staff. The variety of programs available to the campers gives them opportunities to build social skills, forge friendships, and just be a ‘regular kid’, having fun while experiencing mountain activities in a safe environment. There is no charge for campers.
Ascendigo ascendigo.org [email protected] 970-927-3143 Our model and teaching methods are centered around athletic growth and fostering independence. Summer camp programs take place in Colorado’s beautiful Roaring Fork Valley which features some of the best outdoor adventure sports venues in the state! Our participants get the opportunity to try rock climbing, wake-boarding and wake-surfing, whitewater rafting, horseback riding and much more! Our residential program is located at Colorado Mountain College- Spring Valley Campus and is designed to help promote independent living while fostering friendships and social skills. Our highly trained staff make individualized lesson plans for your athlete, designed to create a unique experience and help each participant achieve their goals! All
Ascendigo programs are designed for athletes anywhere on the spectrum, ages 7 and up.
*** This camp guide is provided for informational purposes only. The Arc of the Central Mountains does not endorse any of these camps. We try to keep all information up to date. Should any of these entries not be up to date, please let us know.***