Sacramento, City of - Special Needs Camps


Access Leisure Summer Camp
Tuolumne Trails
Monday, June 17 to Friday, June 21

Camp “Access Leisure” is proud to provide an enriching summer camp to many young adults, and older, with intellectual, developmental, sensory, and physical disabilities.

The Camp runs from Monday to Friday. Campers, together with their counselors, create a personalized experience based on the camper’s individual ability. Campers can choose from different structured activities, Some camping activities include fishing, arts and crafts, nature walks, swimming, and other special educational outdoor hands-on activities. These activities will increase knowledge and skills learned through outdoor education and overall physical, leisure, and social capabilities. Each participant with develop basic skills and knowledge, along with attitudes to enjoy an outdoor camping experience, as well as fostering their emotional and social independence.


Camp Nej CCYC LogoCamp Nej Wilderness Adventure Camp in partnership with Contra Costa Youth Council and the City of Sacramento Department of Youth, Parks, & Community Enrichment Access Leisure.

Camp “Nej” is proud to provide an enriching summer camp to many children and youth with physical disabilities ages 10-20. Camping activities include fishing, swimming, boating, arts and crafts, nature hikes and other special educational outdoor hands-on activities. Camp “Nej” is a place to nurture independence, encourage responsibility and test skills in problem solving, and learn to adjust to new environments and explore interests, values, and talents; along with building lifelong friendships.

For more information, please contact Jenny Yarrow, Camp Director at (916) 808-6017 or e-mail at


Camp Challenge Ourselves through Outdoor Leisure (C.O.O.L.) is a two-day one-night residential camp for young adults age 10-25 with physical disabilities. Camp C.O.O.L. this year will consist of an exciting two-days of downhill snow ski lessons from the skilled staff of the Achieve Tahoe Program at Alpine Meadows.


A Cycling and Climbing Park Experience: May 13-16, 2019. The plans are rolling for this spring excursion to experience the sights, sounds, and natural wonders of Yosemite National Park. This four (4) day three (3) nights tour will utilize hand cycles to tour the valley floor, including educational programs and is specifically designed for physically challenged individuals.

Read Bob Vogel's New Mobility magazine feature article on Rock N' Roll Yosemite!

For further information/questions contact:
Jenny Yarrow - | (916) 808-6017


Camp Supporting New Opportunities through Winter Sports is a two-day one night residential camp for young adults and adults age 18 and older with Intellectual and or Developmental Disabilities. S.N.O.W. Camp consists of two days of downhill snow skiing and snowboarding at Alpine Meadows with Achieve Tahoe program.

Sacramento City Hall
915 I Street
95814 Sacramento , CA
Tue, May 26, 2020: 8:43 pm
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