Camps For All Abilities
The National Ability Center challenges campers to discover their unique abilities while making lasting friendships and social connections. Our adaptive recreation camp activities encourage participants to build relationships, strengthen physical agility and develop recreational skills, while having the time of their life.
We offer a variety of camps specifically designed for different abilities. Working with all populations and ages, the National Ability Center has camps for everyone from teens with visual impairments to individuals with autism.View general descriptions of the types of camps offered throughout the year. We also provide custom group opportunities, so individuals and families can design their own camp experience.
2015/16 Winter & Spring Camps
Holiday Family Camp
Spend the holidays skiing, snowboarding and recreating with the whole family! For families that have a member with a disability. Learn more about Family and Holiday Camps.
December 19–23 (overnight–all ages)
MLK Day Camp
Get outside for Martin Luther King Weekend! Skiing, snowboarding and more for campers with cognitive, developmental or physical disabilities and those on the autism spectrum. Learn more about Family and Holiday Camps.
January 16–18 (ages 8–18)
Action Camp Overnight
February 13– 17 (overnight–ages 12–17)
Spring Break Day Camp
Spring skiing, snowboarding, recreation and more for campers with cognitive, developmental or physical disabilities and those on the autism spectrum. Learn more about our Discovery Camps.
April 4–8 (ages 8–18)
Questions? Contact Andrea Thompson: 435.649.3991 x607 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Coming to camp?
Visit our Camp Resource Page for tools to help your camper prepare for camp activities and general descriptions of the camps we offer throughout the year.