Access to Nature Camp is a specially designed inclusion program for campers with disabilities that offers modified versions of camp activities. Access campers participate alongside their similar-aged peers with our certified staff. All new campers will be contacted by the director prior to the camp to develop reasonable modifications of daily activities.
- 2:1 camper to counselor ratio
- Most staff are special education teachers
- Canoeing, archery, sports, crafts
- Stay cool with recreational swimming, snow cones
- Field trips, indoor climbing, nature activities
|GRADES LISTED ARE FOR FALL 2020|
|Age Group||GRADES K-8|
|Location||Wilde Lake Park (Extended care at the campsite; Drop off and pick up at the Wilde Lake Barn, 10027 Hyla Brook Road, 410-715-3049)|
|Time||8:30am – 4pm|
|Length of Camp||4 separate one-week sessions –Click here to see a sample camp schedule.|
|Dates of Sessions||July 20-24|
*Dates subject to change based on the Howard County Public School System calendar.
|CA members/Columbia Cardholders||$675 (early bird price)|
|Non-Members/Non-Residents||$688.50 (early bird price)|
|Extended care located at facility||7-8:30am $65 • 4-6pm $70|
What to bring
Campers must wear closed-toed shoes, and it is suggested that campers wear loose-fitting, comfortable clothing and socks. A hat and sunscreen are recommended for outdoor activities. Campers should bring a swimsuit and towel; a healthy, nonperishable lunch; and a refillable water bottle.