Camps

Summer camp is a great opportunity for children and adults to learn, grow, socialize and have fun.

Check out these summer 2019 camps for individuals of diverse abilities or look through this document for even more camp options:

Lions Camp 

www.wisconsinlionscamp.com

June-August 2019 (various dates)

Rosholt, WI

Serving:

  • Blind and visually impaired youth (ages 6-17)
  • Deaf and hard of hearing youth (ages 6-17)
  • Deaf and hard of hearing adults (ages 18+)
  • Youth with mild cognitive disabilities (ages 9-16)
  • Adults with mild cognitive disabilities (ages 18-25)
  • Youth with Type I or Type II diabetes (ages 8-16)

Located on 440 acres of beautiful scenery along with fishing, hiking and other outdoor activities, Lions Camp offers a variety of camp programs for children and adults free of charge.

Cost: free, $25 application deposit returned at the end of camp

Contact: 715-677-4969 | info@wisconsinlionscamp.com

Easter Seals: Kee-B-Waw Day Camp

http://camp.eastersealswisconsin.com/content/camp-kee-b-waw-program

June-August 2019 (various dates)

Wisconsin Dells, WI

Serving:

  •  Children with mild or no disabilities (ages 6-13)

Camp Kee-B-Waw is an educational and recreational day camp program where children can explore, create and have fun together.

Cost: contact Easter Seals for more information

Transportation available from Portage, Baraboo and Reedsburg for $20/child

800-422-2324 Ext. 121 | wawbeek@wi-easterseals.org

Easter Seals: Camp Wawbeek 

http://camp.eastersealswisconsin.com/content/wawbeek-respite-camp-recreation-program

June-August 2019 (various dates)

Wisconsin Dells, WI

Serving:

  • Children with physical or mild cognitive disabilities (ages 7-18)
  • Young adults with physical or mild cognitive disabilities (ages 15-25)
  • Adults with physical or mild cognitive disabilities (ages 18+)
  • Children with high-functioning autism

Camp Wawbeek offers campers of diverse abilities a classic camp experience in a small group setting with a registered nurse and dedicated counselors on-site.

Cost: contact Easter Seals for more information

800-422-2324 Ext. 121 | wawbeek@wi-easterseals.org

Easter Seals: Wil-O-Way Camp

http://www.easterseals.com/wi-se/our-programs/camping-recreation/

June – August (3 sessions)

Grant Park, South Milwaukee & Underwood Park, Wauwatosa

Serving:

  • Individuals with a disability (ages 7-21)
  • First priority given to Milwaukee County residents

Campers enjoy a variety of outdoor activities, art projects, field trips and personal care.

Cost: Contact for details

Contact: Mikayla 414-550-2294

Camp Pow Wow

http://www.archchangeslives.org

June-August 2019 (various dates)

Menomonee Falls, WI

Serving:

  • Current ARCH members only
  • Youth with disabilities (ages 5-21)
  • Adults with disabilities (ages 22+)

Camp Pow Wow has residential and day camp programs offering arts and crafts, music, fishing, swimming, canoeing and more. Transportation is provided.

Cost: Contact for details.

Contact: 262-542-9811

Girl Scouts

http://www.gsmanitou.org

June-August 2019 (various dates)

Plymouth, WI & Shoto, WI

Serving: Girls (grades 3-12)

Girl Scout camps outfitted for high quality outdoor experiences. Offers a riding program specifically geared towards girls with special needs.

Cost: Contact for details

Contact: 920-565-4575

Wisconsin Badger Camp

http://badgercamp.org/

June-August (various dates)

Prairie du Chien, WI

Serving: All individuals with developmental disabilities (ages 3+)

Wisconsin Badger Camp offers various camp experiences providing fun, safe, quality camping for individuals with developmental disabilities.

Cost: Depends on camp. Contact for details.

Contact: Camp Office 608-988-4558