Please note: Camper spots will be held for those with paid registration and 100% complete profile..
Session 3, June 24 - 28
Session 2 - June 19 - 23, 2023
Registration Begins in January 2024
Camp is located in beautiful Mi Wuk Village, California
A charter bus (Storer Transport) is provided from Modesto to camp on Mondays & from camp on Fridays
Session 1 -$1,200. Session 4 - $1,200.
June 10 - June 14, 2024 July 8 - 12, 2024
High Functioning* High Functioning*
Session 2 - $1,200. Session 5 - $1,200.
June 17 - June 21, 2024 July 15 - July 19, 2024
High Functioning* Youth Week (Ages 10-27)
Session 3 - $1,400. Session 6 - $1,200.
June 24 - June 28, 2024 July 22 - July 26, 2024
**High Needs & Campers High Functioning*
**1 to 1 camper - counselor ratio
(transportation is provided)
*HIGH FUNCTIONING (HF) CAMPS offer more physical activities and higher camper to counselor ratio.
*HF Campers will be expected to care for most of their personal hygiene.
Medical staff on site at all camp sessions, to distribute medications and attend to medical needs.
Partial scholarships are possible for those who are not receiving funding from a regional center. These partial
scholarship funds are only for those campers who have no other source of financial assistance available.
Send email by March 15, 2024 to: firstname.lastname@example.org for Board review.
All Registrations must be 100% complete to qualify for a scholarship.
Transportation by charter bus provided from our bus stop in Modesto: Life Connection Church
Session 1 - June 12-16, 2023
We host exciting Summer Camps for youth and adults with special needs at our Christian Berets' Camp & Retreat Center. Camp is located in Mi Wuk Village, Calif. Every week is carefully designed to meet the specific needs of our guests.
Each Camp is designed to match the abilities of our guests in a safe environment and provide a camping experience that allows them to discover and enjoy new things within the scope of their abilities and interests.
We promote physical wellness, foster social interaction, and teach wholesome values. Our guests enjoy building friendships with our caring staff and other campers. Together, they experience indoor and outdoor activities that encourage and engage them.
Group activities include archery, ping-pong, basketball, horseshoes, water games, whiffle ball, foosball, volleyball, frisbee toss, shuffle board, hiking, and more! Adaptive activities focus on the individual's unique abilities and skill sets.
Taking nature hikes, enjoying fun picnics, roasting marshmallows, and singing around the campfire are long-standing favorites. Other activities include putt putt golf, go-cart rides, puppets, role playing with costumes, skits, crafts, drawing, painting, chalk talks, camp visits by forest rangers and fire trucks, hot air balloon rides, and fun photo ops sitting on motorcycles!
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Session 5, July 17-21
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