|Camp Burnt Gin
||Overnight summer camp for children with physical disabilities and chronic illness. Offers swimming, boating, arts, crafts, sports, games, fine arts and nature studies. Application Deadline March 1st
803-754-6720 x 252
|Session 1 June 10-28th, Session 2 July 1-19th No camp on 4th July
||one session $250.00 two sessions $450.00
||Day camp that offers many activities during the day.
|Session 1 June 18, 20, 25 and 27 Session 2 July 9, 11, 16, and 18
||$200.00 per session
||Camp T.A.L.K is an inclusive social skills day camp. They focus primarily on students who have been diagnosis with Aspergers or PDD NOS
|Camp Good Times
|June/Check website for info
||Day Camp Applications due March 8th
|Camp Victory Junction
||Overnight camp for those with physical disabilities with many activities planned
|June 3-August 2 June 22-June 28 week off
||Based on residency $310.00/$345.00/$385.00 per week
||Camp Spearhead’s summer camp program offers (8) week-long residential summer camp sessions at our new facility, the Pleasant Ridge Camp & Retreat Center. Camp’s new home is specifically designed to meet the needs of our campers and to provide the best summer camp experience possible.
|Camp Sun Fun
||Kershaw Recreation Camp for developmentally disabled children and young adults is for one or two weeks that includes games, nature study, swimming and more.
|Talisman Summer Camp
||Talisman Programs offer summer camp, school, and an independent living program for young people with LD, ADHD, Aspergers and HFA
|Camp Lakey Gap
Black Mountain, NC
|June 9-July 29 Based on age
||$1725.00 per week
||Is a residential camp for individuals with autism. Scholarships and Payment plans are available. Scholarship deadline is April 1st -
|Jaycee Camp Hope
||Ages 18 & Older
||Our camp offers an exciting setting where campers enjoy fun, challenging and educational group activities that include swimming, canoeing, fishing, drama, archery, crafts, pontoon boat rides, nature activities, overnight campouts and more. Campers develop independence through daily camp activities as they learn to do things for themselves. Housing is provided in comfortable cabins with 10 single beds for campers and supervising staff. Cabin groups are determined by age, providing campers with opportunities to adjust socially with peers.
||Ages 13 & Older
|June 30-July 6
||Ages 13 & Older
|The Therapy Place
|June 10-August 2
||Ages 2-4 Ages 5-8
||$300.00 for 2 sessions
||1st session is in the morning 9 am-12pm for ages 2-4 2nd Session is for ages 5-8 Non refundable $50 deposit required to secure spot. Space is limited. Campers will participate in music, art and other cognitive development skills like learning colors, shapes and writing. Special events are scheduled throughout the summer.
|Super Summer Camp
|Weekly June 10 - July 26
||$125/Lex.Cty. Residents $143/Non-Residents
||The camp will consist of indoor and outdoor activities. They will plan a field trip each week Week 1: Discovery Water Park, Greenville Week 2: Carowinds Week 3: Canoe Trip down the Saluda River Week 4: Mad Platter Art Studio Week 5: Hollywild Animal Park Week 6: Trip to the beach Every Friday will be bowling. Participants must be moderately independent in all activities of daily living.