- Camp Goodtimes
Our camps and programs are for kids, teenagers, and families living with cancer. Our goal is to create a safe and fun environment where friendships and lifelong memories can be made. Each of our programs is uniquely designed, but all of them take place in the comfortable and relaxed setting of Loon Lake in Maple Ridge.
- Easter Seal Camps
Provides safe, fun activities in an environment where the focus is on abilities, not disabilities. All of our camp activities are designed to build confidence, independence and peer interaction in a recreational environment. Campers are encouraged and supported to participate in activities they may never have tried before including: climbing on our climbing wall, multi-day hikes, tie-dying, water polo, canoeing, wheelchair basketball, water balloon wars, kangaroo kourt, and leadership training.
- Eureka Outdoor Camp
Offers outdoor recreational programs for children and adolescents with invisible disabilities since 1980. Originally a summer program for juniors operated by the Vancouver Association for the Learning Disabled, the program soon matured to the point where a new society was formed. Invisible disabilities include: learning disabilities, ADD/ ADHD, obsessive compulsive disorder, mild autism/Aspergers Syndrome, Tourettes Syndrome, Oppositional Defiance Disorder and Epilepsy.
- Zajac Ranch
Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. Zajac Ranch is a camp that seeks to "raise the spirits" of children with serious & chronic illnesses & disabilities. The ranch has a 24 hour on-site Medical Centre to handle all campers' medical needs. Each year, the Zajac Ranch for Children hosts hundreds of children with chronic illnesses or disabilities who might not otherwise have a chance to enjoy a summer camp experience. Some of our campers need dialysis, others have blood diseases and some have physical challenges that keep them at home while other kids are outside enjoying life. The Ranch gives young people with extraordinary needs a chance to make friends, to try new things and above all, to have fun.
- Camp Awakening
Camp Awakening was born out of a belief that young people with physical disabilities could profit from a more rigorous summer camping experience. The founders envisaged tremendous benefits for participants exhibiting a wide range of disabilities. The campers, drawn from all over Canada, have a number of conditions including: Cerebral Palsy, Spina Bifida, Hydrocephalus, Epilepsy, limb deficiencies, Juvenile Rheumatoid Arthritis, Poliomyelitis, spinal cord injury, traumatic head injury, stroke, Becker & Myotonic Muscular Dystrophy, hearing and visual impairment, Sturge-Weber, and Kneist Dysplasia.
- Camp Kennebec
A wonderful place where kids & teens with special needs have a great time, accomplish more than they ever expected, make new friends, and best of all, create the fabulous summer memories they deserve.
- Camp Kirk
Camp Kirk is a residential (overnight) summer camp for boys and girls age 6 to 13 with special needs such as: Learning Disabilities, Attention Deficit Disorders (ADD), Some Autistic Spectrum Disorders (ASD), Incontinence/bedwetting difficulties (bladder or bowel control issues). Our mission is to provide a nurturing, non-competitive and structured environment that allows these children the opportunity to enjoy a residential camping experience and to develop social, emotional and physical skills, thereby raising their self esteem.
- Camp Kodiak
Integrated, non-competitive camp for children & teens with & without ADHD, LD, NLD, & AS. Social skills program, academic program and over 50 sports and activities.
- Camp Prospect
Provides a unique experience for children, teens and adults with special needs. As well as the summer session, Camp Prospect runs other sessions during the year. This provides a familiar and safe setting that individuals can attend throughout the year. Located at Loretto, Ontario.
- Easter Seals Ontario Camp and Recreational Choices Program
Easter Seals Camp Woodeden overlooks the Thames River on the outskirts of London, Easter Seals Camp Woodeden is situated on 106 acres of beautifully landscaped ground that includes an accessible tree house, collection of trees/plants from around the world, and beautiful Japanese influenced architecture.
- Easter Seals Camp Merrywood
Easter Seals Camp Merrywood is located on a beautiful peninsula stretching out into Big Rideau Lake. The camp sits on 30 acres of land between Smiths Falls and Perth in Eastern Ontario. Three camper cabins accommodate up to 72 campers per session. At Merrywood, campers are exhilarated by adventurous activities on land, on the lake surrounding the camp, or off-site on a canoe or overnight trip. Merrywood boasts sailing and kayaking facilities as well as a full waterfront program. A specially adapted swimming pool is on site.
- Ko-Ach Adventures
Outdoor adventure program that works with a variety of youth and young adults to promote individual success, collective problem-solving, and the cultivation of healthy living. Trip lengths, locations, and programs are specially designed in partnership with our clients and can be catered to a vast array of populations. This summer Ko-Ach Adventures welcomed youth with Autism, youth at risk and, a wide variety of other youth up to our program, while serving to meet the needs of each of these respective groups.
- Camp Papillon
Offers a chance to experience life in the great outdoors within a veritable small community in the company of many other campers and counsellors who are there to share unforgettable moments with them. For these campers, the magic of Camp Papillon is also to realise that “nothing is impossible” and that no matter what their disability, many accomplishments are within their reach, such as creating a clay statuette, chasing pirates in the forest or becoming a star player in a hockey game.