It is sometimes hard to find a fun and supportive place to go with people on similar paths with no judgement and only smiles.  We want to list the places, camps, events that are geared to help kids that face extraordinary circumstances in their journey.

Easter Seals Camp

Easter Seals Camp Horizon offers residential camps that provide outdoor adventure based programs for children and adults with disabilities and medical conditions. During the school year, we also offer Outdoor Education programs to schools and other organizations as well as facility rentals to bands, choirs, and other community groups.

Rocky Mountain Adaptive

Rocky Mountain Adaptive (RMA) is a registered charity whose aim is to provide any individual with a disability the chance to access all sport and recreational activities in the Canadian Rockies. RMA is an adaptive sport organisation who enables adults and children with physical, intellectual, cognitive, or developmental impairments to participate in all the fantastic sports and adventure activities available in the beautiful Bow Valley (including Canmore, Banff, Lake Louise and its surrounding areas).

Hearts In Action Summer Camp

Hearts in Action (HIA) Summer Camps are unique day camps that provides a fun and meaningful experience for children, youth and young adults with special needs.  The small group settings foster growth – socially, physically, mentally and emotionally. Campers experience new adventures and make friends while being supported with daily routines.

Heart Heroes Camp

No child should be denied the experience of camp. Heart Heroes is a medically supervised camp specifically created for children born with heart disease. Camp was created to promote independence among campers, provide them a safe setting to socialize with their peers, and allow them to discover they aren’t alone – other kids have faced similar obstacles. This is accomplished through a variety of team-based events over a weekend – from arts and crafts to rock climbing and boating.

Camp Everest

Are you between the ages of 7 & 17 and have had any surgery, injury or condition that affects your brain or spinal cord?! Would you like to participate in a fun filled weekend with other children who have had a similar experience? Then Camp Everest is the Summer Camp for you!

Camp He Ho Ha

Camp Health, Hope & Happiness Society exists to provide safe and rewarding recreational opportunities to children and adults with physical and mental disabilities. A not-for-profit, non-denominational organization situated on Lake Isle in Northern Alberta funded by public support.

Camp Kindle

Camp Kindle is owned and operated by the Kids Cancer Care Foundation of Alberta. For decades, our core mission has been to create magical camp experiences for children with cancer. We have taken that passion and experience and transferred it into building programs designed just for you!

William Watson Lodge

William Watson Lodge provides year-round, barrier-free, wilderness lodging for persons with disabilities, seniors and their families.  It’s situated in beautiful Peter Lougheed Provincial Park, overlooking Lower Kananaskis Lake.  The goal of this facility is to connect people of all abilities, all ages and all cultures to recreational opportunities in nature.

Camp Amicus

Camp Amicus is a unique summer camp program designed specifically for children and youth with Learning Disabilities and/or ADHD.

Camp Quality

Our six overnight camps in Alberta, Manitoba and Ontario are provided to children affected by cancer ages 4-18. The camps are focused on kids building new skills like swimming and hiking, kayaking and storytelling, making friends and gaining memories to last a lifetime.