Indian Trails Camp
Indian Trails Camp, located six miles west of Grand Rapids, has been providing camping experiences to individuals with disabilities since 1953. Campers return year after year to suspend personal obstacles long enough to enjoy those activities we all remember as part of a treasured camping experience – swimming, canoeing, archery, music, competitive sports, challenge course, dances, and most of all, the opportunity to make friendships and build relationships that affirm and encourage greater self-discovery.
Indian Trails’ campers range in age from 5 to 70+ with such disabilities as: spina bifida; cerebral palsy; traumatic brain injury; congenital anomalies; down-syndrome; autism; multiple sclerosis; arthrogryposis and cognitive impairments.
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Announcing "Jack's Place Week" at Indian Trails Camp!
posted January 20th, 2014
Jack's Place for Autism Foundation & Indian Trails Camp are teaming up this summer for an exciting week of camp experiences!
The "Jack's Place Week" session will take place from July 20-26 and is a traditional, overnight Summer Camp for campers ages 7 and up on the Autism Spectrum.
Camp activities include indoor swimming,...
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Day Camp Fun!
posted January 20th, 2014...