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ABC School of Winston-Salem 
3902 Old Vineyard Rd.
Winston-Salem, NC 
www.abcofnc.org
(336) 251-1180, ext 107  
Type: Day  
Age: 3-21
Type of Disability: Autism spectrum & typically developing  
    
Adventure Amputee Camp 
176 Saddleback Ln
Winchester, VA 22602 
www.adventureamputeecamp.org  
(703) 568-0074  
Type: Overnight 
Age: 8 to 17 
Type of Disability: Any boy or girl missing one or more limbs or had a difference in on or more limb
Camp activities: May include river rafting, high ropes and water skiing. All activities are modified as necessary to meet the ability and interest level of each camper. Other activities (which can include bowling, crafts, games, swimming, and horseback riding).

All Abilities Camp
4705 Nicks Rd.
Mebane, NC  27302
http://www.nctrcriders.org/index.html 
(919) 304-1009 
Type: Day 
Age: 5 to 16 
Type of Disability: Inclusive of physical or developmental disabilities      

ArtVentures 
Durham Parks - 101 City Hall Pl
Durham, NC 
http://durhamnc.gov/ich/op/prd/Pages/After School and Summer Camp.aspx 
(919) 560-4355  
Type: Day 
Age: 11 to 21 
Type of Disability: Inclusive
Description: This specialty camp provides an encouraging environment in which to explore various components of the arts such as visual arts, dance, singing, and acting. Throughout the course of this 3-week camp, participants, volunteers, and staff will work together using the skills they have learned to create a live theater production to be performed at the conclusion of camp.

Asheville YMCA Summer Camp 
30 Woodfin St.
Asheville, NC 28801 
http://www.ymcawnc.org/summer-camp-information 
(828) 659-9622 (McDowell County) or (828) 210-2273  
Type: Day Camp 
Age: Camp Discovery- Rising K-5th, LIT (Leaders in training)-Rising 6th-rising 8th CIT (Counselors in Training)- Rising 9th-12th
Type of Disability: Inclusive   
Activities: Nature Hikes, camp songs, group games, arts & crafts, swimming, outdoor exploration, water play, drama and music, sports and games, and weekly field trips. 

Camp Ann Day Camp 
602 W. Main St.
Jamestown, NC 27862
www.highpointnc.gov/pr/special_pop.cfm  
(336) 883-3481 or (336) 883-3477 
Type: Day 
Age: 5 and up
Type of Disability: Inclusive of physical & developmental disabilities 
Activities:  Arts & crafts, swimming, outdoor recreation and field trips. Lunch and one snack provided.  

Camp Boomerang 
Happy Valley Rd.
Charlotte, NC 28270
www.ymcacharlotte.org/branches/siskey/youthdev/camp/campboomerang.aspx 
(704) 716-4329  
Type: Day 
Age: 5 to 15 
Type of Disability: Inclusion of Autism  
Description: All campers will participate side by side in age appropriate activities that include nature, parachute, field sports, low ropes, tower, fishing, swimming, devotions, and arts and crafts. Campers will also take part in specialized enrichment activities several times a week.

Camp Breathe Easy 
600 Means St. STE 110
Atlanta, GA 30318
www.campbreatheeasy.com  
(404) 231-9887, ext 223 
Type: Overnight 
Age: 7 to 13 
Type of Disability: Asthma
Scholarships available

Camp Carefree 
275 Carefree Ln.
Stokesdale, NC 27357 
www.campcarefree.org 
(336) 427-0966 or (336) 427-0962  
Type: Overnight 
Age: 6 to 16; Neuro & Spina Bifda weeks are 6 to 18 
Type of Disability: Neurological disorders, cancer, Spina Bifida, hemophilia, sickle cell, muscular dystrophy, siblings of children with chronic illness or child of a chronically ill parent.  
Activities: Campers ride horses, canoe, go fishing, climb a rock wall, zip line, arts & crafts, and more.

Camp Carolina Trails
2418 Blue Ridge Rd. Suite 206
Raleigh, NC 27607
www.campcarolinatrails.org  
(888) 342-2382 x3217 or (919) 743-5400  
Type: Overnight 
Age: 8 to 17 
Type of Disability: Diabetes   
Activities: Camp includes many sports and activities such as swimming, hiking, canoeing and arts & crafts.

Camp Celebrate 
101 Manning Dr
Chapel Hill, NC 27514
www.med.unc.edu/burn/aftercare-programs-temp/camp-celebrate-1
Type: Overnight 
Age: 7 to 18 
Type of Disability: Burn Survivors    
No charge to campers

Camp Coast 
PO Box 6028
Greenville, NC 27835
www.asthmacamps.org  
(252) 847-6834  
Type: Overnight 
Age: 5 and up +families 
Type of Disability: Asthma   
Activities:  Canoeing, arts & crafts, hayrides, archery, swimming and more.

Camp Courage  
Greenville, SC 
www.ghschildrens.org/camp-courage.php     
Type: Overnight 
Age: 5 and up 
Type of Disability: Blood Disorders and Cancer    
No charge to campers

Camp Discover 
Durham Parks 101 City Hall Pl
Durham, NC 27701
http://durhamnc.gov/ich/op/prd/Pages/Home.aspx 
(919) 560-4355 
Type: Day Camp 
Age: Camp Discover 1is 5-11; Camp Discover 2 is 12-21 
Type of Disability: Various disabilities 
Description:  This program offers participants the opportunity to gain the full summer camp experience in a supportive environment with a 1:3 staff to participant ratio. Campers will be encouraged to utilize existing skills as well as develop new ones. If a camper requires individualized support at a 1:1 ratio, the family may be required to provide additional care.

Camp Dogwood 
7062 Camp Dogwood Dr.
Sherrils Ford, NC 28573
www.nclionscampdogwood.com
(828) 478-2755
Type; Overnight 
Age: 8 and up 
Type of Disability: Visually impaired/blind.

Camp Easter Seals Virginia 
900 Camp Easter Seals RD
New Castle, VA 24127 
www.campeastersealsucp.com
(540) 777-7325  
Type: Overnight 
Age: 5 to adult 
Type of Disability: All disabilities 

Camp Escape- Greenville 
PO Box 2707
Greenville, NC 27835
www.greenvillenc.gov/departments/rec_parks_dept/information/default.aspx?id=8906  
(252) 329-4541  
Type: Day 
Age: 6 to 21 
Type of Disability: Developmental or physical       

Camp Exploration 
2401 Wade Avenue
Raleigh, NC 27607
www.raleighnc.gov/home/content/PRecRecreation/Articles/SRSSummerCamps.html  
(919) 807-5401  
Type: Day Camp 
Age: 12 to 25 
Type of Disability: Multiple Diagnosis  
Description: The focus of Camp Exploration is to provide leisure education skills that enhance independent abilities.  The days will be filled with activities including sports, cooking, nature, crafts, aquatics, field trips, and more. Campers needing a higher level of supervision or 1:1 assistance must provide their own personal assistant, self-toileting needed. 

Camp Explore 
Durham Parks 101 City Hall Pl.
Durham, NC 27701
http://durhamnc.gov/ich/op/prd/Pages/Home.aspx  
(919) 560-4355 
Type: Day
Age: 13 to 21 
Type of Disability: Various  
Description: Camp Explore serves adolescents ages 13-21 with disabilities. Campers will be given the opportunity to develop life skills and expand their leisure interests in a supportive environment at a 1:4 staff to participant ratio. If your adolescent is relatively independent and you believe inclusion is not the best option, or if he/she is older than 16 (the maximum for inclusion in other programs in Durham Parks and Rec camps), you are welcomed to register for this camp. 

Camp Free Spirit 
6657 Kimesville Rd.
Liberty, NC
www.koppertop.org/CampFreeSpirit.html  
(336) 565-9723  
Type: Day 
Age: 2 and up 
Type of Disability: Inclusive of physical or developmental disabilities  

Camp Friendly 
2401 Wade Avenue
Raleigh, NC 27607
www.raleighnc.gov/home/content/PRecRecreation/Articles/SRSSummerCamps.html 
(919) 807-5402 
Type: Day 
Age: 6 to 20 
Type of Disability: Various disabilities   
Ratio or Personal Assistant requirements vary by week.

Camp G.R.A.C.E. 
9216 Baileywick Rd
Raleigh, NC  27615 
www.ymcatriangle.org/programs-and-services/camps/camp-grace-north-raleigh
(919) 845-3883  
Type: Day Camp 
Age: 5 to 15 (willing to interview other ages 
Type of Disability: Pervasive Developmental Disorders or Autism   
Description: Camp G.R.A.C.E. offers alternating two-week sessions called "Social Skills" and "Building Blocks"which differ based on the skills and abilities of the child.

Camp Ginger Cascades 
530 Fourth Street SW
Hickory, NC  28602
www.gingercascades.org/  
(828) 758-5321  
Type: Day and Overnight 
Age: Grades 1-12 
Type of Disability: Inclusive   
Description: The morning will be spent together in their age specific unit while in the afternoon campers will have time to focus on their chosen Adventure Seeker Treks.  Unit activities will include boating, climbing wall, nature, arts & crafts, swimming, etc.

Camp Greensleaves 
PO Box 1358
Burlington, NC  27216
www.burlingtonnc.gov/index.aspx?nid=236  
(336) 222-5030  
Type: Day 
Age: 5 to 22 
Type of Disability: Mild- moderate developmental disabilities 
Description: Camp Greenleaves is a summer day camp for youth with developmental disabilities/delays of Alamance County. Campers are divided into five groups with four counselors per group and will rotate to different areas of camp daily. Activities include swimming, arts and crafts, sports and games, character building and nature studies, and free time. They also have several field trips planned through the summer.  Sponsored by Burlington Recreation & Parks, with assistance from other governmental agencies and individual and civic group donations.     

Camp Hanes YMCA 
1225 Camp Hanes Road
King, NC  27021 
www.camphanes.org  
(336) 983-3131 
Type: Day and Overnight 
Age: 6 to 16 
Type of Disability: Inclusive  
Description: YMCA Camp with various camps including day, residential, family, and more.  

Camp Holiday Trails 
400 Holiday Trails Lane
Charlottesville, VA  22903 
www.campholidaytrails.org and program@campholidaytrails.org  
(434) 977-3781 
Type: Overnight 
Age: 5 to 17 
Type of Diagnosis: Various diagnosis including special weeks for Autism, bleeding disorders, burn victims and siblings. 
Description: Since 1973, Camp Holiday Trails has been committed to providing a positive camp experience for children with special medical needs and chronic illnesses and their families.

Camp Joy Day Camp 
5920 Hagan-Stone Park Rd.
Pleasant Garden, NC 27313 
www.greensboro-nc.gov/index.aspx?page=1097  
(336) 373-2954 
Type: Day 
Age: 5 to adult 
Type of Disability: Physical or developmental disabilities 
Description: Camp Joy offers two three-week sessions for individuals with developmental disabilities and a one-week session for individuals with physical disabilities. Facilities include six cabins, a multipurpose building, an arts and crafts shelter, a playground, and a pool.       

Camp Kesem at NC 
PO BOX 99525
Durham, NC   
www.campkesem.org/northcarolina
(260) 225-3736 
Type: Overnight 
Age: 6 to 16 
Type of Disability: Children with Parents who have cancer 
Description: Camp Kesem is a college student run summer camp for kids with a parent who has (or has had) cancer.  Our one-week sleep away camps are a chance for kids ages 6-16 to have a fun-filled week and just be kids.  Everything we do at Camp Kesem focuses on our goal of giving campers the most fun week possible, while providing the extra support and attention that they need.       

Camp Lakey Gap 
222 Fern Way
Black Mountain, NC 28711
www.christmount.org/camplakeygap/index.htm 
(828) 669-8977 or (828) 669-6301 
Type: Overnight 
Age: 4-17; one week for over 18 
Type of Disability: Autism Spectrum   
Description: Camp Lakey Gap welcomes anyone on the autism spectrum to come and enjoy a summer camp experience. We offer a unique program approach of therapeutic recreation using visually structured programming, 1:1 and 1:2 positive support from well trained college and graduate students, development of independent living skills, and opportunities for engaging in social interaction with peers.

Camp Lee Mar 
805 Redgate Rd.
Dressher, PA  19025 
www.leemar.com  
(570) 685-7188 or (215) 658-1708 
Type: Overnight  
Age: Children 
Type of Disability: Mild to moderate learning and developmental disabilities.
Description: Lee Mar has many activities including baseball, basketball, fishing, boating, swimming, drama, zip line, soccer, arts and crafts, and dancing (culminating with the Senior Fling at the end of the summer); as well as many other traditional activities.    

Camp Pisgah Girl Scout Camp 
570 Girl Scout Camp Rd.
Brevard, NC 28712 
www.camppisgah.org 
(828) 862-4435  
Type: Overnight or Day 
Age: Girls 4 to 17 
Type of Disability: Inclusive   
Description: Offers a wide variety of programs for girls ages 5-17. Girls do not have to be members of the Girl Scouts in order to participate but may have to pay a small additional fee.

Camp Royall 
250 Bill Ash Rd.
Moncure, NC 27559 
www.camproyall.org
(919) 542-1033  
Type: Overnight and Day Camp 
Age: 4 to adult 
Type of Disability: Autism Spectrum   
Description: Includes typical summer camp activities, with a 1:1 or 1:2 counselor to camper ratio.

Camp Sertoma  
PO Box 343
Dallas, NC  28034 
www.campsertoma.org  
(335) 593-8057 
Type: Overnight 
Age: 8 to 16 
Type of Disability: Hearing impaired and siblings  
Description: Campers will be accepted on a first come first serve basis as long as space is available.  

Camp Sunshine at Sebago Lake 
35 Acadia Way
Casco, ME  04015 
www.campsunshine.org  
(207) 655-3825 
Type: Overnight 
Age: Children 
Type of Disability: Children with life threatening illness 
Dates: Year round dates, please see website 
Description: Nestled alongside the shores of beautiful Sebago Lake, Camp Sunshine provides respite, support, joy and hope to children with life-threatening illnesses and their immediate families through various stages of a child’s illness. The year-round program is free of charge to all families.    

Camp Tekoa 
PO Box 160
Hendersonville, NC  28793 
www.camptekoa.org 
(828) 692-6516 or (828) 696-3699  
Type: Day 
Age:8 to 12  
Description: Traditional camp day time activities with nights at camper's own home.
    
Camp Tikvah 
Asheville JCC
235 Charlotte St.
Asheville, NC 28801 
www.jccasheville.org/index.php?submenu=CampRuach&src=gendocs&ref=camptikvah&category=CampRuach  
(828) 253-0701, x107 
Type: Overnight 
Ages: Rising 1st-3rd grade 
Type of Disability: Autism Spectrum   
Description: Camp Tikvah enables children on the autism spectrum to enjoy the fun and community of Camp Ruach in an individually monitored and highly structured program. A collaboration between Autism Consulting and Training, Inc. and Camp Ruach, camp Tikvah is a unique four-week experience that allows these special kids to participate in a many peer activities as is individually appropriate. Well-trained counselors focus on sensory issues, communication, socialization, and of course, community and fun. Space is limited, contact camp director to arrange your interview.

Camp Twin Lakes 
1391 Keencheefoonee Road
Rutledge, GA 30663 
or
600 Means St. Suite 110
Atlanta GA 30318 
www.camptwinlakes.org  
(404) 231-9887 
Type: Overnight and Day Camp 
Age: Varies 
Type of Disability: Multiple camps for specific disabilities 
Description: Camp Twin Lakes hosts over twenty different camp partners with various themes and disabilities. See website under "Community Partners" for complete camp listings.

Camp Virginia Jaycee 
PO BOX 648
Blue Ridge, VA  24064 
www.campvajc.org  
(540) 947-2972 
Type: Overnight  
Age: 6 to 18+ 
Type of Disability: Developmental Disabilities 
Note: Weekend/respite stay available between sessions for additional $250.
    
Carrboro Recreation and Parks Camps 
100 N. Greensboro St.
Carrboro, NC  27510 
www.carrbororec.org/ 
(919) 918-7392  
Type: Day Camp 
Age: 6 to 17
Type of Disability: Inclusion  
Note: Multiple camp themes available, please see website. Placement based on Parks & Rec's ability to aid camper in fulfilling their needs.

CCFA Camp Oasis 
Contact your local chapter of CCFA  
www.ccfa.org/chapters/md-southde/events/2013-west-virginia-camp-oasis.html
(703) 865-6130  
Type: Overnight 
Age: Grades 2nd to 10th 
Type of Disability: Crohn's Disease/Ulcerative Colitis    
Description: This co-ed residential camp program enriches the lives of children with Crohn's disease and ulcerative colitis by providing them with a safe and supportive camp community.

Cheley Children's Hospital Burn Camp 
The Children’s Hospital
13123 E. 16th Ave.
Aurora, CO  80046
(720) 777-8295 
Type: Overnight 
Age: 8 to 18
Type of Disability: Burn injured   
Activities: Hiking, mountain biking, camping, challenge courses, horseback riding, mountain climbing, fishing, crafts, archery, riflery, and swimming. 

Community Connections Family Life Center 
153 E. Bellevue Dr.
High Point, NC 
www.healthy-triad.org/index.html  
(336) 884-7179 or (336) 883-0650 
Type: Day 
Age: 1 to 12 
Type of Disability: Inclusive of physical & developmental disabilities 
    
Durham Parks and Rec Camps
Durham Parks 101 City Hall Pl.
Durham, NC 27701
www.durhamnc.gov/departments/parks/summer_camp.com 
(919) 560-4355  
Type; Day Camp 
Age: 5-16, varies by session 
Type of Disability: Inclusive   
Notes: Various types of camps over the summer, see website. Inclusion options are valid up to age 16, if child is over 16 please look at Camp Explore.

Funshine Camp Day Camp 
264 Log Cabin Ln.
Burnsville, NC 28714  
(828) 675-4479  
Type: Day 
Age: All ages 
Type of Disability: All special needs 
Description: An annual camp held at Toe River Campground that includes activities such as water sports, crafts, games, song & dance and more. Also includes an evening for parents.

Happiness Retreat 
Baptist Convention 205 Convention Drive 
Cary, NC  27512
www.ncbaptist.org  
(800) 395-5102  
Type: Overnight 
Age: All ages 
Type of Disability: Developmental, physical and hearing impairment. 

Happy Day Camp 
2303 Tramway Rd.
Stanford, NC  27331
www.leecountync.gov/Departments/ParksRecreation/RecreationPrograms/tabid/274/Default.aspx
(919) 775-2107 
Type: Day 
Age: 5 to 15+ 
Type of Disability: Developmental Disabilities  
Description: One-week sessions are held for different age groups.  During camp participants have the opportunity to interact with their peers through activities such as arts and crafts, nature studies, boating, swimming and special field trips.
 
Hugs Camp 
339 Conference Center Dr.
Browns Summit, NC 27214
www.hugscamp.com/Welcome.html  
(800) 448-8775 
Type: Overnight 
Age: 8 and up 
Type of Disability: Inclusive  
Description: HUGS is about shared experiences: Campers with special needs are paired with one or more “helper” campers, who assist the special-needs campers with all the activities of camp life. Needs may range from needing assistance in bathing, eating, and/or dressing to help getting around or just having a friend to encourage participation. Helper Campers take part in a day of training with counselors and nurses to learn how to care for the campers. 

Johnson YMCA Summer Day Camp 
3025 N. Davidson St
Charlotte, NC  28205 
www.ymcacharlotte.org
(704) 716-6362
Type: Day 
Age: 5 to 12 
Type of Disability: Inclusive

Keyauwee Program Center 
2574 Sweetbriar Rd.
Sofia, NC  27350 
www.keyauwee.com   
(336) 861-1198 
Type: Day and Overnight 
Age: Entering grades 1-12 
Type of Disability: Inclusive 
Rates: $150-$960 
Description: Please see website - there are exhilarating experiences waiting around every corner with our swimming pool, boating on the lake, 35-foot climbing wall, 30-foot giant swing, and 50 foot tower. And that is just naming a few of the activities available.     

MDA Summer Camp at Bethelwoods 
1515 Mockingbird Ln.
Charlotte, NC  28209 
www.mda.org
(704) 567-2312    
Type: Overnight 
Age: 6 to 17 
Type of Disability: Muscular Dystrophy

MDA Summer Camp at Camp Carefree 
275 Carefree Ln.
Stokesdale, NC 27357 
www.campcarefree.org  
(336) 427-0966 or (336) 427-0962 
Type: Overnight 
Age: Children 
Type of Disability: Children with chronic illness and siblings & children of a sick parent. 
Description: Since 1986, Camp Carefree has provided a FREE, one week camping experience for kids with chronic illnesses. Our program also includes camps for well siblings of ill children, and a week for children with a sick parent.     

Mecklenburg Therapeutic Recreation Programs 
2219 Tyvola Rd.
Charlotte, NC  
https://charmeck.org/mecklenburg/county/ParkandRec/Pages/default.aspx?src=ud(704) 432-4328 or (704) 432-4327 
Type: Day Camp 
Age: 2 to 16 
Type of Disability: Developmental Disabilities  
Description: Various types of camps over the summer, see website.  

Sickle Cell Camp 
PO Box 2094 
Greensboro, NC  27420
www.piedmonthealthservices.org/Camp.htm  
(800) 733-8297 
Type: Overnight 
Age: 6 to 15 
Type of Disability: Sickle Cell 
Description: The goal of our camp is to foster the social, emotional, and physical growth of children with sickle cell disease by providing a variety of fun and exciting activities.    

SOAR (Success Oriented Achievement Realized) 
PO Box 388
Balsam, NC 28707 
www.soarnc.org 
(828) 456-3435  
Type: Overnight 
Age: 8 to 25
Type of Disability: Learning disabilities, ADD, ADHD   
Description: Features a success-oriented, high adventure program for preteens, teens, and adults. Emphasis is placed on developing self-confidence, social skills, problem-solving techniques, a willingness to attempt new challenges and the motivation which comes through successful goal orientation.

Specialty Camps 
2401 Wade Avenue
Raleigh, NC 27607
www.raleighnc.gov/home/content/PRecRecreation/Articles/SRSSummerCamps.html  
(919) 807-5401  
Type: Day 
Age: 12 to 18+ 
Type of Disability: Developmental Disabilities 
Note: Scholarships available campers must function on a 1:3 ration, ability to self-toilet needed. Week themes include Aquatic Adventure, Science 101, and Computer 101.

Spring Camp Cheerio 
1430 Camp Cheerio Rd.
Glade Valley, NC 28627 
www.springcampcheerio.org  
(704) 545-6688  
Type: Overnight 
Age: 0-15+ and family 
Type of Disability: Deaf and hard of hearing  
Description: Varies by family size. During this camp weekend, children are placed in age appropriate classes where they participate in activities such as crafts, gams, hiking, canoeing, archery, a hillside waterslide, and more while parents attend educational sessions.    

Summer Enrichment Camp 
Asheville Parks & Rec
PO Box 7148
Asheville, NC 28802
www.ashevillenc.gov/Departments/ParksRecreation/recreation/TherapeuticPrograms.aspx 
(828) 259-5483 
Type: Day 
Age: 6 to 13
Type of Disability: Inclusive with mild to moderate cognitive or developmental delays  
Activities: Group games, arts and crafts, nature exploration, special events and field trips.

Summer Teen Fun Camp 
Asheville Parks & Rec
PO Box 7148
Asheville, NC 28802
www.ashevillenc.gov/Departments/ParksRecreation/recreation/TherapeuticPrograms.aspx  
(828) 259-5483  
Type: Day 
Age: Middle & High School 
Type of Disability: Inclusive with mild to moderate cognitive or developmental delays  
Activities: Group games, arts and crafts, nature exploration, special events and field trips.

Summer Theatre Camp 
Asheville Parks & Rec
PO Box 7148
Asheville, NC 28802
www.ashevillenc.gov/Departments/ParksRecreation/recreation/TherapeuticPrograms.aspx 
(828) 277-1315 
Type: Day 
Age: Children, youth, adults 
Type of Disability: Inclusive 
Description: At the end of camp there will be a small production.  

Summershine Camp at Lutheridge 
2049 Upper Laurel Dr.
Arden, NC  28704 
www.lutheridge.com  
(828) 684-2361  
Type: Overnight 
Age: 15+ 
Type of Disability: Mild to moderate learning and developmental disabilities. 
Note: Two different sessions to choose from based on activity level.    

Talisman Programs Summer Camps 
64 Gap Creek Rd.
Zirconia, NC 28790 
www.talismancamps.com   
(855) 588-8254  
Type: Overnight 
Age: 8 to 22 
Type of Disability: ADHD/Asperger's Syndrome and high- functioning autism  
Description: Designed to provide a fun, safe atmosphere where campers can develop increased self-esteem, trust in self and others, and the basics of good decision-making. Includes backpacking, rock &tree climbing, whitewater rafting, high ropes course, swimming, nature studies, arts & crafts, and special events.
    
Tristian's Quest 
115 S. Walnut Cir.
Greensboro, NC 27409
www.tristansquest.com/programs/summer-camp   
(336) 547-7460  
Type: Day 
Age: Rising K-3rd 
Type of Disability: Inclusive of high-functioning autism, AD/HD, LD, etc.     

Victory Junction 
4500 Adam's Way 
Randleman, NC 27317 
www.victoryjunction.org 
(877) 854-2267 
Type: Overnight
Age: 6 to 16 
Type of Disability: Chronic or serious disease, complete list on website  
Note: A session for siblings is available, check the website for the weeks which are diagnosis specific.

Wings of Eagles Ranch 
4800 Faith Trails
Concord, NC  28025 
www.wingsofeaglesranch.org   
(704) 784-3147 
Type: Day 
Age: 4 and up 
Type of Disability: Multiple

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