Children’s Camp Options

Camp Horizons (www.horizonsct.org)
A traditional sleepaway camp for children with developmental disabilities, Horizons has a 5:1 camper to counselor ratio and a variety of daytime programs and fun evening activities.  Children attend 7 programs each day that include horseback riding, arts and crafts, woodworking, swimming, volleyball, basketball, language arts, dance, music, drama, and pioneering.
A vocational training program that teaches campers important job skills is also available. Visit the site for information on how to enroll and cost.
127 Babcock Hill Road, South Windham, CT (860) 456-1032

Easter Seals Camp Hemlocks (www.ct.easterseals.com)
Children with various types of disabilities are able to enjoy a traditional summer camp experience. Located on 100 acres of woodlands, the fully accessible facility offers a variety of programs like boating and fishing, arts and crafts, drama, and one-on-one swimming in the heated underground pool. Kids also get to enjoy the low ropes course and climbing tower.
Both traditional overnight and day camp options are available. Visit the site for information on how to enroll and cost.
85 Jones Street, Amston, CT (860) 228-9496

The Hole in the Wall Gang Camp (www.holeinthewallgang.org)
Founded by Paul Newman, The Hole in the Wall Gang Camp offers children with serious medical conditions and life-threatening illnesses a traditional camp experience at no cost. With doctors and nurses on the premises, campers receive the medical attention they need. Activities include archery, sports, boating, fishing, horseback riding, arts and crafts and theater. Camp is also offered during weekends throughout the year. Visit the site for information on how to enroll and cost.
565 Ashford Center Road, Ashford, CT (860) 429-3444

Additional resources: http://www.kids.ct.gov/kids/cwp/view.asp?q=478302

The Arc Quinebaug Valley and The Arc New London County merged in July 2019 to form The Arc Eastern Connecticut.  Both agencies were established in 1952 by parents of children with intellectual disabilities in order to ensure equal participation and choice in school, in the workplace, and in their communities. Combining program and staff strengths, The Arc Eastern Connecticut now serves the entire eastern CT region and is the largest chapter of The Arc in the state.

The Arc Eastern Connecticut

125 Sachem Street

Norwich, Connecticut 06360

T: 860.889.4435

F: 860.889.4662

E: info@thearcect.org

myadvocate.png
accessibility400.png
newsletter.png

Copyright © 2019 The Arc Eastern Connecticut. All Rights Reserved.