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Weekend Camps- Overnight & Day Options

Timber Pointe Outdoor Center's weekend camps are designed to give individuals with disabilities opportunities to connect, play, and grow, participating in adaptive camp adventures in an environment where they are 100% included and 100% empowered. These camps also provide valuable year-round respite for parents/caregivers to recharge and take time for themselves/other family members. 

Overnight Camps: $450/camper, financial assistance available

Day Camps: $150/camper, financial assistance available

Overnight Camps: 6:00pm Friday-12:00pm Sunday

Day Camps: 8:30am-8:30pm on select dates

Upcoming Weekend Session Offerings

2nd Annual "Spook-tacular" Weekend Overnight Camp

October 28th-30th, 2022

Open to youth ages 7-17 with a disability and/or challenging illness


Join us for a howling good time at our annual "Spook-tacular" Halloween Weekend Camp! Cozy campfires, spooky science, ghoulish games, the giant swing and more will make for loads of eerie-sistible fun! And of course, campers will participate in one of our most beloved events-- Trick-or Treating around the cabins! Be a part of this fa-BOO-lous weekend-- you won't need a broomstick to FLY on our zipline!

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Further information on weekend camps, including a packing list, COVID-19 related policies, and changes to the check-in and check-out process, are outlined in our Weekend Camp Handbook found towards the top of this page, which we are asking all parents/caregivers to read thoroughly before registering their camper.


Please contact your Health Care Provider to determine if camp is a good fit for your camper and family at this time (please note that for overnight camps, you will need a Physician Release Form to attend, just like past years).

"Camp at Timber Pointe is the highlight of my child's summer. I love when they come home beaming about trying new things, meeting friends, and facing their fears. Staff and counselors are outstanding, and I'm so grateful that we have this opportunity for kids in our community."

-Parent of Summer Day Camper