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​​Christian Berets

Special Needs Camps And Programs

Conference and Retreat Center


Camp Weather


​ ​​​​​​​​Registration Begins February  2019

June 10-14  Session 1: High Functioning  $900
June 17 - 21    Session 2: High Need  $1050
  Wheelchair Transportation Provided

June 24 -June 28- Session 3: Kids Week $1050

Ages 10-25  

July  1 - 5  Break

July  8 – 12  Session 4:  High Need     $1050

July 15 – 19   Session 5: High Function   $900

July 22 – 26  Session 6: High Function $900

High Function camps will offer more physically demanding activities and higher camper-counselor ratio, and medical staff to distribute medications and attend to any emergencies. Campers will be expected to care for most of their personal hygiene. 

Scholarships available by request during  Registration.

Deadline for Scholarship is May 1, 2019 

All Registrations must be complete to qualify for scholarship

High Need camps will offer close to 1:1 camper-counselor ratio

Register by May 1 to receive a camp T-shirt

Please Note:  Payment for camp is not required for registration, however, camp spots will be held for only those with paid registration and 100% complete profile.

Transportation is available from our bus stop in Modesto

Modesto Free Methodist Church

​1520 Rose Ave

By Clicking on this button, you will be taken to our registration portal.

We host exciting Summer Camps for people with special needs at our Christian Beret Camps & Conference & Retreat Center, situated on 46 acres of wilderness in the Sierras, and located in Mi Wuk Village about 15 miles east of the 49er Gold Rush town of Sonora.

Every week is carefully designed to meet the specific needs of persons with disabilities.

Camp Activities

Each Camp is designed to match the abilities of our guests in a safe environment, and to 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, whiffleball, 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 puppets, role playing with costumes, skits, crafts, drawing, painting, chalk talks, camp visits by forest rangers and fire trucks, hot air balloon rides, fun photo ops sitting on Harleys, and more!