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Winter Camps Help Kids Stay Active Year-Round

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Staying active year-round can be difficult, especially in the winter months when the weather is inclement and traditional means of fitness are no longer an option- but don’t worry! There are fun winter-specific camps happening around the country to help your child stay engaged in physical fitness and have fun! We’ve compiled a list of winter camps around the country- find the camp nearest you and get signed up!

All photos from Northwest Association for Blind Athletes


Access Leisure: Camp Challenge Ourselves through Outdoor Leisure (C.O.O.L.)

Sacramento, CA

Contact: Jenny Yarrow

Phone: (916) 808-6017


Camp Dates: March 7-8, 2020



The Hartford Ski Spectacular

Host: Beaver Run Resort, Breckenridge, CO

Contact: Lily Jagodzinski


Phone: (301) 383-9669

Dates: December 9-15, 2019


Camp Abilities North Florida

Contact: Jenn Stelmach


Phone: (904) 556-9287

Winter Camp: TBA



Maine Organization for Blind Athletic and Leadership Education (MOBALE)

Winter Sports Education Camp

Host: Adaptive Outdoor Education Center, Carrabassett Valley, ME

Phone: (207) 208-6354

Camp Dates: February 9-12, 2020 (held in conjunction with NEVI*Fest)


New England Blind & Visually Impaired Ski Festival (NEVI*Fest)

Carrabassett Valley, ME

Contact: Lizz Peacock


Phone: (207) 824-2440

Festival Dates: February 9-12, 2020


New York

Camp Abilities CABVI

Utica, NY


Phone: (315) 797-2233

Camp Dates: January 18-21, 2020



Camp Spark Oregon

Host: Big Lake Youth Camp, Sisters, OR

Contact: Kirsten French


Phone: (360) 859-3116

Camp Dates: February 28 – March 1, 2020



USABA Vermont Winter Ski Festival

Host: Vermont Adaptive Ski & Sports (VASS), Pico Mountain – Killington, VT

Contact: Kevin Brousard


Phone: (719) 866-3019

Festival Dates: February 7-10, 2020



Camp Spark Washington

Host: Ghormley Meadow Christian Camp, Naches, WA

Contact: Kirsten French


Phone: (360) 859-3116

Camp Dates: January 10-12, 2020

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