Looking for an inclusive camp that will make your kid feel at home? Check out these accessible camps. 


Image courtesy Camp Yakety Yak

This 501(c)(3) has a mission to help children with special needs grow socially and emotionally by improving their communication skills. Neurotypical siblings are also welcome as part of Camp Yakety Yak‘s reverse-inclusion model.
Where: Milwaukie
Sign up at Campyaketyyak.org.


Image courtesy Camp Attitude

Camp Attitude is an overnight camp located on 40 acres that features fun, outdoor activities for people with disabilities and their siblings. Free, except for registration fee.
Where: Foster
Sign up at Campattitude.org.


Image courtesy Gales Creek Camp

At Gales Creek Camp, children with Type I diabetes can have a traditional overnight camp experience while also learning how to manage self-care. Types of activities include running, swimming, hiking, arts, drama and —  of course — campfires. Limited weeks available based on grade. Family camps are also available.
Where: Gales Creek
Sign up at Galescreekcamp.org.


Mt. Hood Kiwanis inclusive camp
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Sitting on 22 acres in the Mount Hood National Forest, Mt. Hood Kiwanis empowers people with developmental disabilities through equitable access to the outdoors. Outdoor activities include swimming, horseback riding, ziplining and more. Pro tip: This is an overnight camp, with limited weeks available for ages 12+.
Where: Government Camp
Sign up at Mhkc.org.

Bike First!

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The Bike First! program is sponsored by NW Disability Support and teaches individuals with a variety of disabilities the skills needed to ride typical bicycles.
Where: Parkrose High School Gymnasium
Sign up here.

Bustin’ Barriers

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Bustin’ Barriers provides safe physical activities and meaningful socialization experiences for individuals with disabilities. Known for their adapted basketball tournaments, they also host summer camps and Saturday respite.
Where: Multiple locations
Learn more here.

B’nai B’rith Camp

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B’nai B’rith offers overnight, day, and family camp experiences for all, based in Jewish values. Campers will enjoy arts and crafts, hands on science, cooking and backing, outdoor adventures and more.
Where: Multiple locations, NW and SW Portland and beyond.
Learn more here.

Camp Blue Spruce

Image courtesy Camp Blue Spruce

Camp Blue Spruce believes all children with food allergies deserve a safe and fun camp experience. Camp activities for ages 9-14 include swimming, hiking, arts and crafts, canoeing, campfires and more.
Where: Falls City, OR
Learn more here.

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