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Camp Name : Camp Sunshine

Date of camp: Seasonal
Cost : 500$
Event : A summer day camp with a variety of activities; swimming. arts & crafts, music & dance, drama & story time, recreational sports & games and field trips.
Program Emphasis: Intellectual Disabilities, Physical Disabilities
Type of Facility: Indoor
Location: Denny Terrace Comunity Center
6429 Bishop Ave
Columbia ,SC 29203
Phone :803-754-6720 ext. 252
Fax : 803-754-7646
Wheelchair Accessible : Yes
Age Ranges : 6-26 years
Meal/Food Availability : Yes
Event/Activity Capacity : 60
Application Required : Yes
Application Information : Contact Carla Green at 803-754-6720 ext. 252

Camp Name : PALMETTO (Providing Adults Lifestyle Management Education Through Therapeutic Opportunities)

Date of camp: Yearly
Cost : Tues-Thurs: $45.00/Daily:$20.00
Event Description : Nine month program designed to assist young adults/adults in their transition from high school to adult life in the community. PALMETTO provides a variety of activities in order for the participants to attain the following goals: Develop independent living skills, communication and socialization. Improve physical and mental health through community-based recreation and leisure activities. Increase self-esteem by participating in community service projects. Gain work experience through a variety of work related activities.
Program Emphasis: All Disabilities, Hearing Disabilities, Intellectual Disabilities, Physical Disabilities, Visual Disabilities
Type of Facility: Indoor
Location: Seven Oaks Park,Columbia ,SC
Phone : 803-213-1194
Wheelchair Accessible : Yes
Age Ranges : 21 and older
Meal/Food Availability : Yes (Each participant will learn to cook a meal each evening.)
Event/Activity Capacity : 10
Application Required : Yes
Application Information : Please email Jordan Todaro atjtodaro@icrc.net  or call Seven Oaks Park at (803)772-3336.

Camp Name : Camp Skillz(Inclusive day camp for students age 5-16 seeking social skills)

Date of camp: Yearly
Cost : $300 for all 3 Weeks
Event Description: Once a year in June (Monday through Thursday) day camp.  Camp Skillz is an inclusive day camp for students ages 5 to 16 seeking social skills and social interaction skills development. Skillz is ideal for kids with Autism Spectrum disorders or other unique learning needs, including Asperger's, ADHD/ADD, dyslexia and other LDs. "Skillz" provides a variety of fun, practical ways for students who are challenged by social skills to enjoy experiencing independence, group interaction and increased self‐esteem. It provides direct social skills instruction for real-life social situations within a safe and secure environment. The program takes place on Mondays and Wednesdays all summer long and features a variety of off‐site field trips and diverse assortment of activities focused on improving social skills.
Program Emphasis: Intellectual Disabilities
Type of Facility: Indoor
Location: Glenforest School including field trips,Columbia,SC
Wheelchair Accessible : Some Areas (call for details)
Age Ranges : 5-16 years
Meal/Food Availability : Yes (Each participant will learn to cook a meal each evening.)
Event/Activity Capacity : 10
Application Required : Yes
Application Information : Visit glenforest.org to register online or complete and return registration form found online.

Camp Name : Math, Laughs and Video Games(Camp explores the world of math through an assortment of video games)

Date of camp: Yearly
Cost : $250
Event Description: Math, Laughs and Video Games Camp explores the world of math through an electrifying assortment of popular video games and consoles. Students will join in exploring a new and different video game console each day of camp! New math topics will be introduced throughout the program in additions to supporting math fundamentals: at the same time, campers will be having so much fun that they may not realize how much they are actually learning! The program is ideal for students who learn traditionally as well as students who learn differently or with unique learning needs.
Program Emphasis: Intellectual Disabilities
Type of Facility: Indoor
Location: Glenforest School campus,Columbia,SC
Wheelchair Accessible : Some Areas (call for details)
Age Ranges : Grades 6-12
Meal/Food Availability : No
Application Required : Yes
Application Information : Visit glenforest.org to register online or complete and return registration form found online.

Camp Name : Camp Can Do (A fun, residential camping experience for children ages 6-17 treated for serious burns)

Date of camp: Yearly
Cost : Free
Event Description: The purpose of Camp 'Can' Do is to provide a fun, residential camping experience for children, ages six to seventeen, that have been treated for a serious burn injury. Camp 'Can' Do provides a safe, supportive, fun outdoor environment and a variety of social, recreational, and educational activities for campers. At Camp 'Can' Do the children... Receive unconditional love and acceptance. Have a fun-filled summer camp experience. Are just like all the other kids at camp. Make new friends and begin life-long relationships. Are inspired by the other children. Have positive role models and mentors. Have a safe place to heal emotional scars. Realize that they 'Can Do' anything!
Program Emphasis: Physical Disabilities
Type of Facility: Both Outdoor and Indoor
Wheelchair Accessible : Some Areas (call for details)
Age Ranges : Children ages 6-17
Meal/Food Availability : Meals are provided as part of the camp experience
Application Required : Yes
Application Information : Please contact Ryan Howard, RN 843-792-3852 for more information.

Camp Name : Sunset Park

Date of camp: Ongoing
Cost : Free
Event Description: Accessible Parks and Playgrounds Miralcle League Field and accessible bathrooms.
Program Emphasis: All Disabilities, Hearing Disabilities, Intellectual Disabilities, Physical Disabilities, Visual Disabilities
Type of Facility: Outdoor
Location: Sunset Park,Mauldin,SC
Wheelchair Accessible : Yes
Age Ranges : All ages, Kids, Tweens, Teeens, Young Adults, Middle Aged, Senior Citizens
Meal/Food Availability : No
Application Required : No

Camp Name : Kid's Planet Playground (An Accessible Playground)

Date of camp: Ongoing
Cost : Playground is free. Pavillion Rentals are $10 for small and $20 for large
Event Description: Accessible Parks and Playgrounds Many children consider television and video games as their recreation.  Greer wanted to encourage its citizens to ""Get Outside and Play!"" The result was a play area that has served as the model for pre-teen recreational areas across the Upstate. The construction of the accessible playground provided a second project for the community -- and again it answered the call.  More than 700 volunteers built the playground in just five days in October of 2001.  Every apparatus is 100 percent accessible by children and adults in wheelchairs, and the equipment allows children and adults of all abilities to play side-by-side.  This playground continues to draw families and special needs groups from across the Upstate.
Program Emphasis: All Disabilities, Hearing Disabilities, Intellectual Disabilities, Physical Disabilities, Visual Disabilities
Type of Facility: Outdoor
Location: Greer,SC
Wheelchair Accessible : Yes
Age Ranges : All ages, Kids, Tweens, Teeens, Young Adults, Middle Aged, Senior Citizens
Meal/Food Availability : No
Application Required : No

Camp Name : Free2Play at Miracle Park(Large playground that removes physical and social barriers for all children)

Date of camp: Ongoing
Cost : Free
Event Description: Accessible Parks and Playgrounds The free2play playground will be approximately 9500 square feet in size. Free2play has been designed specifically to remove any physical and social barriers that a typical playground has, providing the freedom for ALL children to play together. The playground will resemble a typical playground and will be appealing and challenging to children of all abilities. The surfacing and the ramps onto the structures will provide safe and smooth access for children using mobility devices. Interactive equipment will encourage socialization and stimulate imaginative play.
Program Emphasis: All Disabilities, Hearing Disabilities, Intellectual Disabilities, Physical Disabilities, Visual Disabilities
Type of Facility: Outdoor
Location: Spartanburg,SC
Wheelchair Accessible : Yes
Age Ranges : All ages, Kids, Tweens, Teeens, Young Adults, Middle Aged, Senior Citizens
Meal/Food Availability : No
Application Required : No

Camp Name : Beidler Forest Park

Date of camp: Ongoing
Cost : Adults, non-members-$8; Adults, members-$7; Seniors-$7; Children-$4; Children under 6-Free; Individual Annual Pass-$25; Family Annual Pass-$75
Event Description: Accessible Parks and Playgrounds. "Come and enjoy the South Carolina Lowcountry's ""real swamp"" experience!! The National Audubon Society's Francis Beidler Forest, located in Four Holes Swamp, SC - less than an hour from Charleston - contains within its 16,000+ acres the largest remaining stand of virgin Bald Cypress and Tupelo Gum swamp forest left anywhere in the world. Here, 1,000-year-old trees and native wildlife abound in a pristine sanctuary that has been untouched for millennia. A 1.75-mile self-guided tour along the boardwalk trail allows visitors the chance to safely venture deep into the heart of the swamp... to experience the peace and serenity that have characterized the area for centuries... to hear the sounds of bird and bug and breeze that have echoed through the trees for ages... to take a relaxing and informative walk back into time... to see a swamp the way nature intended. No pets, please. For those with iPhones or iPod Touches, there is a free boardwalk-specific app that contains all the information in the printed guidebook plus additional text and images to cover the gaps between the stops associated with the printed guidebook. The app should be downloaded prior to your visit. Canoe and kayak trips and naturalist-guided tours and activities are also available seasonally and by reservation."
Program Emphasis: All Disabilities, Hearing Disabilities, Intellectual Disabilities, Physical Disabilities, Visual Disabilities
Type of Facility: Outdoor
Location: Four Holes Swamp,SC
Wheelchair Accessible : Some Areas (call for details)
Age Ranges : All ages, Kids, Tweens, Teeens, Young Adults, Middle Aged, Senior Citizens
Meal/Food Availability : No
Application Required : No

Camp Name : Hatcher Garden and Woodland Preserve

Date of camp: Ongoing
Cost : Free
Event Description: Accessible Parks and Playgrounds.  Hatcher Garden is a community supported urban garden located in Spartanburg, South Carolina. Started by a man with a dream, the garden has grown to become a beautiful woodland preserve that provides a home for wildlife and a display for the nature's beauty. Community gifts of time, talent and money from volunteers and local businesses keep Hatcher Garden and Woodland Preserve running smoothly so that it can ""educate and inspire"". The Garden is open every day of the year during daylight hours and there is no charge for admission. The garden is a great place for a casual stroll and a wonderful spot for a picnic. 
Program Emphasis: All Disabilities, Hearing Disabilities, Intellectual Disabilities, Physical Disabilities, Visual Disabilities
Type of Facility: Outdoor
Location: Spartanburg,SC
Wheelchair Accessible : Some Areas (call for details)
Age Ranges : All ages, Kids, Tweens, Teeens, Young Adults, Middle Aged, Senior Citizens
Meal/Food Availability : No
Application Required : No

Camp Name : Aiken State Park

Date of camp: Ongoing
Cost : $2-Adults; $1.25 SC Seniors; 15 and younger-Free
Event Description: Accessible Parks and Playgrounds Located in Aiken County, Aiken State Park sits nestled along the South Edisto River in an outdoor-lover's paradise. Aiken's most notable attraction is the still, black water of the South Edisto River - fishing and canoeing are both popular here. A 1.7-mile canoe and kayak trail winds down the South Fork of the Edisto River. Fishing for bream, bass and catfish can be enjoyed from along the bank. 
Program Emphasis: All Disabilities, Hearing Disabilities, Intellectual Disabilities, Physical Disabilities, Visual Disabilities
Type of Facility: Outdoor
Location: 1145 State Park Road,Windsor,SC 29856
Phone : 803-649-2857
Wheelchair Accessible : Some Areas (call for details)
Age Ranges : All ages, Kids, Tweens, Teeens, Young Adults, Middle Aged, Senior Citizens
Meal/Food Availability : No
Application Required : No

Camp Name : Andrew Jackson State Park

Date of camp: Ongoing
Cost : $2-Adults; $1.25 SC Seniors; 15 and younger-Free
Event Description: Accessible Parks and Playgrounds Andrew Jackson State Park combines history, art and community activities into a setting that has made it one of the S.C. State Park Service's most popular attractions. Popular features of the park include living history programs, an Andrew Jackson museum that details his boyhood in the South Carolina backcountry and a birthday celebration held each March in honor of the seventh President of the United States of America. Other park attractions include an 18th-century replica schoolhouse, campground and picnic facilities, fishing lake and nature trails.
Program Emphasis: All Disabilities, Hearing Disabilities, Intellectual Disabilities, Physical Disabilities, Visual Disabilities
Type of Facility: Outdoor
Location: 196 Andrew Jackson Park Road ,Lancaster,SC 29720
Phone : 803-649-2857
Wheelchair Accessible : Some Areas (call for details)
Age Ranges : All ages, Kids, Tweens, Teeens, Young Adults, Middle Aged, Senior Citizens
Meal/Food Availability : No
Application Required : No

Camp Name : Baker Creek State Park

Date of camp: Ongoing
Cost : $2-Adults; $1.25 SC Seniors; 15 and younger-Free
Event Description: Accessible Parks and Playgrounds Operated seasonally, Baker Creek caters to those looking for fun on Lake Thurmond, a wild ride on South Carolina mountain bike trails or a quick camping trip. If you're looking for quality, South Carolina mountain bike trails, the park is home to 10 miles of rolling, loop trails that take bikers through oak and pine woodlands. Outside the stillness of the woods sits Lake Thurmond, a 71,100-acre lake that offers campers serene, lakeside camping sites, as well as easy lake access for boaters and fishers. A covered, 160-person capacity pavilion overlooks the lake and is perfect for group get-togethers and family reunions.
Program Emphasis: All Disabilities, Hearing Disabilities, Intellectual Disabilities, Physical Disabilities, Visual Disabilities
Type of Facility: Outdoor
Location: 863 Baker Creek Road,McCormick,SC 29835
Phone : 864-443-2457
Wheelchair Accessible : Some Areas (call for details)
Age Ranges : All ages, Kids, Tweens, Teeens, Young Adults, Middle Aged, Senior Citizens
Meal/Food Availability : No
Application Required : No

Camp Name : Barnwell State Park

Date of camp: Ongoing
Cost :Free
Event Description: Accessible Parks and Playgrounds Barnwell State Park is a community favorite among the residents of Blackville, South Carolina. One of 16 state parks built by the Civilian Conservation Corps during the Great Depression, Barnwell is best known for its great fishing spots. Three small lakes host a large population of crappie, bream, bass and catfish.
Program Emphasis: All Disabilities, Hearing Disabilities, Intellectual Disabilities, Physical Disabilities, Visual Disabilities
Type of Facility: Outdoor
Location: 223 State Park Road,Blackville,SC 29817
Phone : 803-284-2212
Wheelchair Accessible : Some Areas (call for details)
Age Ranges : All ages, Kids, Tweens, Teeens, Young Adults, Middle Aged, Senior Citizens
Meal/Food Availability : No
Application Required : No

Camp Name : Caesars Head State Park

Date of camp: Ongoing
Cost :$2-Adults; $1.25 SC Seniors; 15 and younger-Free
Event Description: Accessible Parks and Playgrounds A granitic genesis outcropping atop the dramatic Blue Ridge Escarpment gives Caesars Head State Park its name. Every fall, from the easily-accessible overlook atop the rocky peak of the Blue Ridge Escarpment, sight-seers are treated to the Hawk Watch program and a spectacular view that extends into North Carolina and Georgia. Caesars Head connects to Jones Gap State Park in what is known as the Mountain Bridge Wilderness Area, an 11,000-acre area of pristine southern mountain forest. Hikers can take a number of loop and traverse hiking trails that connect the parks, and trailside camping is available for those who choose the longer routes.
Program Emphasis: All Disabilities, Hearing Disabilities, Intellectual Disabilities, Physical Disabilities, Visual Disabilities
Type of Facility: Outdoor
Location: 8155 Geer Highway,Cleveland,SC 29635
Phone : 864-836-6115
Wheelchair Accessible : Some Areas (call for details)
Age Ranges : All ages, Kids, Tweens, Teeens, Young Adults, Middle Aged, Senior Citizens
Meal/Food Availability : No
Application Required : No

Camp Name : Calhoun Falls

Date of camp: Ongoing
Cost :$2-Adults; $1.25 SC Seniors; 15 and younger-Free
Event Description: Accessible Parks and Playgrounds Calhoun Falls State Park sits along several pine-covered points extending out into sparsely-developed Lake Russell. The Calhoun Falls campground is one of the most coveted in the park system, with spacious RV and tent sites complete with forested, shoreline views of the lake.
Program Emphasis: All Disabilities, Hearing Disabilities, Intellectual Disabilities, Physical Disabilities, Visual Disabilities
Type of Facility: Outdoor
Location: 46 Maintenance Shop Road,Calhoun Falls,SC 29628
Phone : 864-447-8267
Wheelchair Accessible : Some Areas (call for details)
Age Ranges : All ages, Kids, Tweens, Teeens, Young Adults, Middle Aged, Senior Citizens
Meal/Food Availability : No
Application Required : No

Camp Name : Charles Towne Landing

Date of camp: Ongoing
Cost :$7.5 adult; $3.75 SC senior and youth ages 6-15; Free for children 5 and under
Event Description: Accessible Parks and Playgrounds Charles Towne Landing State Historic Site sits on a marshy point, located off of the Ashley River, where a group of English settlers landed in 1670 and established what would become the birthplace of the Carolinas colony. Charles Towne Landing depicts life in Colonial Charleston through interpretive rangers in 17th century dress, a self-guided history trail with an audio tour and in the 12-room, interactive museum in the Visitors Center.
Program Emphasis: All Disabilities, Hearing Disabilities, Intellectual Disabilities, Physical Disabilities, Visual Disabilities
Type of Facility: Outdoor
Location: 1500 Old Towne Road ,Charleston,SC 29407
Phone : 843-852-4200
Wheelchair Accessible : Some Areas (call for details)
Age Ranges : All ages, Kids, Tweens, Teeens, Young Adults, Middle Aged, Senior Citizens
Meal/Food Availability : No
Application Required : No

Camp Name : Cheraw State Park

Date of camp: Ongoing
Cost :Free
Event Description: Accessible Parks and Playgrounds Cheraw State Park takes traditional recreational park activities to a new level of fun. The 18-hole, championship Cheraw State Park Golf Course winds its way through piney woodlands while maintaining and protecting the surrounding natural habitat of the park. Cypress wetlands line Lake Juniper and can be explored by kayaks and canoes or via a boardwalk that runs along the lake. Try fishing from the boardwalk or by boat, or take time to explore other areas of Cheraw on the park's extensive biking, hiking and equestrian trail system.
Program Emphasis: All Disabilities, Hearing Disabilities, Intellectual Disabilities, Physical Disabilities, Visual Disabilities
Type of Facility: Outdoor
Location: 100 State Park Road,Cheraw,SC 29520
Phone : 843-537-9656
Wheelchair Accessible : Some Areas (call for details)
Age Ranges : All ages, Kids, Tweens, Teeens, Young Adults, Middle Aged, Senior Citizens
Meal/Food Availability : No
Application Required : No

Camp Name : Chester State Park

Date of camp: Ongoing
Cost :$2-Adults; $1.25 SC Seniors; 15 and younger-Free
Event Description: Accessible Parks and Playgrounds Since opening in the 1930s, Chester State Park near Chester, South Carolina has been a haven for hiking, picnicking, boating and fishing for the surrounding communities in the Piedmont Region of South Carolina. Located midway between Columbia and Charlotte, in Chester, South Carolina, the park centers on a 160-acre lake surrounded by a two-mile nature trail through the pine forest. A community building, camping, archery range, jon boat rentals and an unusually serene, placid setting in the Piedmont Region of South Carolina are among this traditional state park's attractions.
Program Emphasis: All Disabilities, Hearing Disabilities, Intellectual Disabilities, Physical Disabilities, Visual Disabilities
Type of Facility: Outdoor
Location: 759 State Park Drive,Chester,SC 29706
Phone : 803-385-2680
Wheelchair Accessible : Some Areas (call for details)
Age Ranges : All ages, Kids, Tweens, Teeens, Young Adults, Middle Aged, Senior Citizens
Meal/Food Availability : No
Application Required : No

Camp Name : Colleton State Park

Date of camp: Ongoing
Cost :Free
Event Description: Accessible Parks and Playgrounds. A paddler's paradise, this Lowcountry park sits a short distance from I-95 and connects to Givhans Ferry State Park via 21 miles of blackwater river. Colleton State Park provides easy access to the Edisto River, one of the longest free flowing, blackwater rivers in the country, and serves as the headquarters for the Edisto River canoe and kayak trail.
Program Emphasis: All Disabilities, Hearing Disabilities, Intellectual Disabilities, Physical Disabilities, Visual Disabilities
Type of Facility: Outdoor
Location: 147 Wayside Lane,Walterboro,SC 29488
Phone : 843-538-8206
Wheelchair Accessible : Some Areas (call for details)
Age Ranges : All ages, Kids, Tweens, Teeens, Young Adults, Middle Aged, Senior Citizens
Meal/Food Availability : No
Application Required : No

Camp Name : Colonial Dorchester State Historic Site

Date of camp: Ongoing
Cost :$2-Adults; $1.25 SC Seniors; 15 and younger-Free
Event Description: Accessible Parks and Playgrounds From 1697 until the beginning of the Revolutionary War, the trading town of Dorchester flourished along the Ashley River, inland from colonial Charleston. Today, Colonial Dorchester State Historic Site's remarkably preserved archaeological remains give visitors a peek into the early history of colonial South Carolina.
Program Emphasis: All Disabilities, Hearing Disabilities, Intellectual Disabilities, Physical Disabilities, Visual Disabilities
Type of Facility: Outdoor
Location: Colonial Dorchester State Historic Site
300 State Park Road,Summerville,SC 29485
Phone : 843-873-1740
Wheelchair Accessible : Some Areas (call for details)
Age Ranges : All ages, Kids, Tweens, Teeens, Young Adults, Middle Aged, Senior Citizens
Meal/Food Availability : No
Application Required : No

Camp Name : Croft State Park

Date of camp: Ongoing
Cost :$2-Adults; $1.25 SC Seniors; 15 and younger-Free
Event Description: Accessible Parks and Playgrounds Once an army training base, Croft State Park covers more than 7,000 acres of rolling, wooded terrain just a few miles from downtown Spartanburg. The park offers 12 miles of biking and hiking trails, a playground, picnicking and camping, as well as fishing and boating in one of two lakes.
Program Emphasis: All Disabilities, Hearing Disabilities, Intellectual Disabilities, Physical Disabilities, Visual Disabilities
Type of Facility: Outdoor
Location: 450 Croft State Park Road,Spartanburg,SC 29302
Phone : 864-585-1283
Wheelchair Accessible : Some Areas (call for details)
Age Ranges : All ages, Kids, Tweens, Teeens, Young Adults, Middle Aged, Senior Citizens
Meal/Food Availability : No
Application Required : No

Camp Name : Devils Fork State Park

Date of camp: Ongoing
Cost :$2-Adults; $1.25 SC Seniors; 15 and younger-Free
Event Description: Accessible Parks and Playgrounds The mountain spring-fed Lake Jocassee encompassed by the Jocassee Gorges, waterfalls accessible only by boat and some of the best South Carolina trout fishing are all part of the allure of Devils Fork State Park. The land around 7,500-acre Lake Jocassee remains mostly undeveloped and the only public access point to the lake is through Devils Fork. Four mountain streams and several waterfalls feed into the lake, making it cooler than others and a great South Carolina trout fishing spot. Plus, the unusually clear water of Lake Jocassee is a haven for scuba divers and swimmers. During the spring months, hikers on the two trails are treated to sightings of the endangered Oconee bell wildflower.
Program Emphasis: All Disabilities, Hearing Disabilities, Intellectual Disabilities, Physical Disabilities, Visual Disabilities
Type of Facility:
Location: 161 Holcombe Circle,Salem,SC 29676
Phone : 866-345-7275
Wheelchair Accessible : Some Areas (call for details)
Age Ranges : All ages, Kids, Tweens, Teeens, Young Adults, Middle Aged, Senior Citizens
Meal/Food Availability : No
Application Required : No

Camp Name : Dreher Island State Park

Date of camp: Ongoing
Cost :$2-Adults; $1.25 SC Seniors; 15 and younger-Free
Event Description: Accessible Parks and Playgrounds Dreher Island State Park spans three islands, 348 acres and provides access to 12 miles of Lake Murray shoreline. Visitors will find recreational water activities, nature trails and some of the best striped and large-mouth bass fishing spots, all only 30 miles from Columbia. It has long been a popular location and launching spot for major, national fishing tournaments.
Program Emphasis: All Disabilities, Hearing Disabilities, Intellectual Disabilities, Physical Disabilities, Visual Disabilities
Type of Facility:
Location: 3677 State Park Road,Prosperity,SC 29127
Phone : 803-364-4152
Wheelchair Accessible : Some Areas (call for details)
Age Ranges : All ages, Kids, Tweens, Teeens, Young Adults, Middle Aged, Senior Citizens
Meal/Food Availability : No
Application Required : No

Camp Name : Edisto Beach State Park

Date of camp: Seasonal
Cost :$5-Adult; $3.25 SC seniors; $3 children ages 6-15; Free for children 5 and under
Event Description: Accessible Parks and Playgrounds Rich in Native American history, Edisto Beach on Edisto Island is one of four oceanfront state parks in South Carolina. Edisto Beach State Park features trails for hiking and biking that provide a wonderful tour of the park. The park's environmental education center is a "green" building with exhibits that highlight the natural history of Edisto Island and the surrounding ACE Basin.
Program Emphasis: All Disabilities, Hearing Disabilities, Intellectual Disabilities, Physical Disabilities, Visual Disabilities
Type of Facility:
Location: 8377 State Cabin Road,Edisto Island, SC 29438
Phone : 843-869-2156
Wheelchair Accessible : Some Areas (call for details)
Age Ranges : All ages, Kids, Tweens, Teeens, Young Adults, Middle Aged, Senior Citizens
Meal/Food Availability : No
Application Required : No

Camp Name : Givhans Ferry State Park

Date of camp: Ongoing
Cost :$2-Adults; $1.25 SC Seniors; 15 and younger-Free
Event Description: Accessible Parks and Playgrounds A natural retreat in the Lowcountry woods, Givhans Ferry State Park sits at the end of the 21-mile long stretch of Edisto River kayaking paradise known as the Edisto River kayak and canoe trail that begins at Colleton State Park.
Program Emphasis: All Disabilities, Hearing Disabilities, Intellectual Disabilities, Physical Disabilities, Visual Disabilities
Type of Facility:
Location: 746 Givhans Ferry Road,Ridgeville, SC 29472
Phone : 843-873-0692
Wheelchair Accessible : Some Areas (call for details)
Age Ranges : All ages, Kids, Tweens, Teeens, Young Adults, Middle Aged, Senior Citizens
Meal/Food Availability : No
Application Required : No

Camp Name : Goodale State Park

Date of camp: Ongoing
Cost :Free
Event Description: Accessible Parks and Playgrounds A natural retreat in the Lowcountry woods, Givhans Ferry State Park sits at the end of the 21-mile long stretch of Edisto River kayaking paradise known as the Edisto River kayak and canoe trail that begins at Colleton State Park.
Program Emphasis: All Disabilities, Hearing Disabilities, Intellectual Disabilities, Physical Disabilities, Visual Disabilities
Type of Facility: Outdoor
Location: 650 Park Road ,Camden, SC 29020
Phone : 803-432-2772
Wheelchair Accessible : Some Areas (call for details)
Age Ranges : All ages, Kids, Tweens, Teeens, Young Adults, Middle Aged, Senior Citizens
Meal/Food Availability : No
Application Required : No

Camp Name : H. Cooper Black Jr. Mem. Field Trial and Rec. Area

Date of camp: Ongoing
Cost :Free
Event Description: Accessible Parks and Playgrounds Tall cypress trees that enchant the eye, a Civil War-era mill pond that abounds with wildlife, some of the best kayaking in South Carolina and a one and a half mile, sandy nature trail waiting to be explored can all be found at Goodale State Park. Goodale is sure to please those who love wilderness canoe trips and kayaking in South Carolina, as paddling is one of the park's main attractions. A little-known paddling trail winds for three miles through cypress trees and aquatic plants and is perfect for wilderness canoe trips taken not so far from the city.
Program Emphasis: All Disabilities, Hearing Disabilities, Intellectual Disabilities, Physical Disabilities, Visual Disabilities
Type of Facility: Outdoor
Location: 279 Sporting Dog Trail ,Cheraw, SC 29520
Phone : 843-378-1555
Wheelchair Accessible : Some Areas (call for details)
Age Ranges : All ages, Kids, Tweens, Teeens, Young Adults, Middle Aged, Senior Citizens
Meal/Food Availability : No
Application Required : No

Camp Name : Hamilton Branch State Park

Date of camp: Ongoing
Cost :$2-Adults; $1.25 SC Seniors; 15 and younger-Free
Event Description: Accessible Parks and Playgrounds Located in Plum Branch, South Carolina, Hamilton Branch State Park occupies a peninsula on the 70,000-acre Lake Thurmond. Thanks to activities such as fishing, boating and lakefront camping, the park is a haven for outdoor enthusiasts looking to spend time on the water.
Program Emphasis: All Disabilities, Hearing Disabilities, Intellectual Disabilities, Physical Disabilities, Visual Disabilities
Type of Facility: Outdoor
Location: 111 Campground Road ,Plum Branch, SC 29854
Phone :864-333-2223
Wheelchair Accessible : Some Areas (call for details)
Age Ranges : All ages, Kids, Tweens, Teeens, Young Adults, Middle Aged, Senior Citizens
Meal/Food Availability : No
Application Required : No

Camp Name : Hampton Plantation State Historic Site

Date of camp: Ongoing
Cost :Admission : Grounds are free. House admission fee: $7.50/adult; $3.75/S.C. Senior; $3.50/youth age 6-15; Free for children 5 & younger.
Event Description: Accessible Parks and Playgrounds Tucked away among live oaks and magnolias in the Santee Delta region, Hampton Plantation State Historic Site is home to the remote, final remnants of a colonial-era rice plantation. The plantation's Georgian-style mansion and well-kept grounds serve as an interpretive site for the system of slavery that helped build such plantations in South Carolina into the greatest generators of wealth in early American history.
Program Emphasis: All Disabilities, Hearing Disabilities, Intellectual Disabilities, Physical Disabilities, Visual Disabilities
Type of Facility: Outdoor
Location: 1950 Rutledge Road,McClellanville, SC 29458
Phone :843-546-9361
Wheelchair Accessible : Some Areas (call for details)
Age Ranges : All ages, Kids, Tweens, Teeens, Young Adults, Middle Aged, Senior Citizens
Meal/Food Availability : No
Application Required : No

Camp Name : Hickory Knob State Park

Date of camp: Ongoing
Cost :Free
Event Description: Accessible Parks and Playgrounds Along the rolling, wooded shoreline of the 71,000-acre Strom Thurmond Reservoir, sits Hickory Knob, a full-service, lakeside South Carolina golf resort and remote state park all rolled into one. Tucked away in a serene, remote location, the parks many amenities and recreational opportunities are a pleasant surprise for many. Hickory Knob operates an 18-hole championship golf course, full-service restaurant, skeet shooting, boat ramp, archery range, meeting facilities and more than 70 lodge-style rooms. This South Carolina golf resort is an ideal location for a family getaway, reunion or a business meeting or retreat.
Program Emphasis: All Disabilities, Hearing Disabilities, Intellectual Disabilities, Physical Disabilities, Visual Disabilities
Type of Facility: Outdoor
Location: 1591 Resort Drive,McCormick, SC 29835
Phone :864-391-2450
Wheelchair Accessible : Some Areas (call for details)
Age Ranges : All ages, Kids, Tweens, Teeens, Young Adults, Middle Aged, Senior Citizens
Meal/Food Availability : No
Application Required : No

Camp Name : Hunting Island State Park

Date of camp: Ongoing
Cost :Adults-$5; Seniors-$3.25; Youth-$3; Children under 6-Free
Event Description: Accessible Parks and Playgrounds "Hunting Island State Park is one of the most popular state parks and beach areas in South Carolina. The Hunting Island beach attracts over a million visitors a year.  The pristine sandy beach, natural setting and warm Atlantic Ocean make a perfect getaway. Hunting Island features a campground, which has spaces for RV's and tent campers, as well as a primitive camp site for established groups. The camping area has very easy access to the beach.  The Hunting Island historic lighthouse is the only lighthouse open to the public to climb in the state. From the top platform, one can get a breathtaking view of the ocean, beach and the marshland.  Fishing is popular in the lagoon, surf and the fishing pier which st reaches 1120 feet into the Fripp Inlet. Located at the pier entrance, is the Nature Center, which has some very nice exhibits of the local wildlife and marine life. Nature trails, Visitor Center, natural beach and even a boat landing.. Hunting Island State Park is not just another beach... it's a nature and wildlife paradise... right here in the USA "
Program Emphasis: All Disabilities, Hearing Disabilities, Intellectual Disabilities, Physical Disabilities, Visual Disabilities
Type of Facility: Outdoor
Location: 2555 Sea Island Parkway,Huntington Island, SC 29920
Phone :843-838-2011
Wheelchair Accessible : Some Areas (call for details)
Age Ranges : All ages, Kids, Tweens, Teeens, Young Adults, Middle Aged, Senior Citizens
Meal/Food Availability : No
Application Required : No

Camp Name : Huntington Beach State Park

Date of camp: Ongoing
Cost :Adults-$5; Seniors-$3.25; Youth-$3; Children under 6-Free. $2 per entry to the house for visitors ages 6 and up. Children 5 and under admitted free. This fee is in addition to the park entry fee, to help preserve and protect Atalaya.
Event Description: Accessible Parks and Playgrounds A sweeping Grand Strand beach, pristine and wide open, stands as one of the most recognizable South Carolina landmarks. Revel in sea-breeze camping, the finest surf fishing South Carolina has to offer and some of the top bird-watching on the East Coast. That's not all Huntington Beach State Park has to offer.
Program Emphasis: All Disabilities, Hearing Disabilities, Intellectual Disabilities, Physical Disabilities, Visual Disabilities
Type of Facility: Outdoor
Location: 16148 Ocean Highway,Murrells Inlet, SC 29576
Phone :843-237-4440
Wheelchair Accessible : Some Areas (call for details)
Age Ranges : All ages, Kids, Tweens, Teeens, Young Adults, Middle Aged, Senior Citizens
Meal/Food Availability : No
Application Required : No

Camp Name : Jones Gap State Park

Date of camp: Ongoing
Cost :$2-Adults; $1.25 SC Seniors; 15 and younger-Free. Oct.1 - Nov.30 admission prices are: $5 adults; $3.25 SC seniors (age 65 & older); $3/ child age 6-15; Free for children 5 and younger.
Event Description: Accessible Parks and Playgrounds Visitors can find the unforgettable peace and repose of a deep mountain cove at Jones Gap State Park. Trails and 11,000 acres of pristine mountain woodlands join the park with Caesars Head in what is known as the Mountain Bridge Wilderness Area. The Jones Gap State Park trails allow hikers to traverse between the two parks, as well as connect to a portion of the Foothills Trail South Carolina hikers know and love.
Program Emphasis: All Disabilities, Hearing Disabilities, Intellectual Disabilities, Physical Disabilities, Visual Disabilities
Type of Facility: Outdoor
Location: 303 Jones Gap Road,Marietta, SC 29661
Phone :864-836-3647
Wheelchair Accessible : Some Areas (call for details)
Age Ranges : All ages, Kids, Tweens, Teeens, Young Adults, Middle Aged, Senior Citizens
Meal/Food Availability : No
Application Required : No

Camp Name : Kings Mountain State Park

Date of camp: Ongoing
Cost :$2-Adults; $1.25 SC Seniors; 15 and younger-Free
Event Description: Accessible Parks and Playgrounds The Piedmont's Kings Mountain State Park has miles of forested trails perfect for supreme Kings Mountain hiking, two fishing lakes, and sits adjacent to Kings Mountain National Military Park, , one of many national park Revolutionary War sites. Local crowds flock to the park during regularly scheduled special events, especially every November when living history demonstrations are held at the park's replica 1800s Piedmont farm.
Program Emphasis: All Disabilities, Hearing Disabilities, Intellectual Disabilities, Physical Disabilities, Visual Disabilities
Type of Facility: Outdoor
Location: 1277 Park Road,Blacksburg, SC 29661
Phone :803-222-3209
Wheelchair Accessible : Some Areas (call for details)
Age Ranges : All ages, Kids, Tweens, Teeens, Young Adults, Middle Aged, Senior Citizens
Meal/Food Availability : No
Application Required : No

Camp Name : Lake Greenwood State Park

Date of camp: Ongoing
Cost :$2-Adults; $1.25 SC Seniors; 15 and younger-Free
Event Description: Accessible Parks and Playgrounds Lake Greenwood State Park is known locally as the host site for the South Carolina Festival of Flowers Triathlon held each June. In addition to hosting the annual triathlon, the park provides year-round opportunities for excellent South Carolina bass fishing, boating, and offers shoreline campsites and nature trails.
Program Emphasis: All Disabilities, Hearing Disabilities, Intellectual Disabilities, Physical Disabilities, Visual Disabilities
Type of Facility: Outdoor
Location: 302 State Park Road,Ninety Six,SC 29666
Phone :864-543-3535
Wheelchair Accessible : Some Areas (call for details)
Age Ranges : All ages, Kids, Tweens, Teeens, Young Adults, Middle Aged, Senior Citizens
Meal/Food Availability : No
Application Required : No

Camp Name : Lake Hartwell State Park

Date of camp: Ongoing
Cost :$2-Adults; $1.25 SC Seniors; 15 and younger-Free
Event Description: Accessible Parks and Playgrounds Just off of I-85, at the South Carolina-Georgia border, you'll find Lake Hartwell State Park. Thanks to 56,000-acre Lake Hartwell, fishing in this area is renowned by anglers across the state. The lake is inhabited by striped and hybrid bass, largemouth, crappie, bream and catfish. Besides the superb Lake Hartwell fishing, the park offers a basketball court, publicly accessible boat ramp and hiking. Every type of camping enthusiast will find a site that suits their needs for camping on Lake Hartwell. The park is the only in the state to offer the unique, single room camper cabins, which offer guests without camping gear an opportunity to experience the feel of camping on Lake Hartwell.
Program Emphasis: All Disabilities, Hearing Disabilities, Intellectual Disabilities, Physical Disabilities, Visual Disabilities
Type of Facility: Outdoor
Location: 19138-A Hwy 11 S,Fair Play,SC 29643
Phone :864-972-3352
Wheelchair Accessible : Some Areas (call for details)
Age Ranges : All ages, Kids, Tweens, Teeens, Young Adults, Middle Aged, Senior Citizens
Meal/Food Availability : No
Application Required : No

Camp Name : Lake Warren State Park

Date of camp: Ongoing
Cost :Free
Event Description: Accessible Parks and Playgrounds Nestled in Lowcountry South Carolina, Lake Warren State Park provides plenty of amenities for a day spent outdoors. The Hampton County park boasts a floodplain forest and other large tracts of wetlands and woodlands that are home to a wide variety of plants and animals.
Program Emphasis: All Disabilities, Hearing Disabilities, Intellectual Disabilities, Physical Disabilities, Visual Disabilities
Type of Facility: Outdoor
Location: 1079 Lake Warren Road,Hampton,SC 29924
Phone :803-943-5051
Wheelchair Accessible : Some Areas (call for details)
Age Ranges : All ages, Kids, Tweens, Teeens, Young Adults, Middle Aged, Senior Citizens
Meal/Food Availability : No
Application Required : No

Camp Name : Lake Wateree State Park

Date of camp: Ongoing
Cost :$2-Adults; $1.25 SC Seniors; 15 and younger-Free
Event Description: Accessible Parks and Playgrounds Lake Wateree fishing and boating can meet the needs of anyone looking for fun on South Carolina lakes. Numerous Lake Wateree fishing tournaments are hosted here every year, and the park provides a publicly accessible boat ramp, tackle shop and a refueling dock.
Program Emphasis: All Disabilities, Hearing Disabilities, Intellectual Disabilities, Physical Disabilities, Visual Disabilities
Type of Facility: Outdoor
Location: 881 State Park Road,Winnsboro,SC 29180
Phone :803-482-6401
Wheelchair Accessible : Some Areas (call for details)
Age Ranges : All ages, Kids, Tweens, Teeens, Young Adults, Middle Aged, Senior Citizens
Meal/Food Availability : No
Application Required : No

Camp Name : Landsford Canal State Park

Date of camp: Ongoing
Cost :$2-Adults; $1.25 SC Seniors; 15 and younger-Free
Event Description: Accessible Parks and Playgrounds Stretched along the Catawba River on the South Carolina fall line, Landsford Canal State Park is home to the well-preserved remains of the canal system that made the river commercially navigable from 1820 to 1835. The Catawba River is home to the largest known stand of the rocky shoals spider lilly, a flower species found predominantly in the Southeast. Peak bloom season for the rocky shoals spider lily is during May and June. Favorite activities in this Piedmont park include picnicking, nature watching and studying the canal structures. Fishing is permitted along the Catawba River, and a paddling trail runs through the park for canoes and kayaks.
Program Emphasis: All Disabilities, Hearing Disabilities, Intellectual Disabilities, Physical Disabilities, Visual Disabilities
Type of Facility: Outdoor
Location: 2051 Park Drive,Catawba,SC 29704
Phone :803-789-5800
Wheelchair Accessible : Some Areas (call for details)
Age Ranges : All ages, Kids, Tweens, Teeens, Young Adults, Middle Aged, Senior Citizens
Meal/Food Availability : No
Application Required : No

Camp Name : Lee State Park

Date of camp: Ongoing
Cost :Free
Event Description: Accessible Parks and Playgrounds One of several CCC parks in the state, Lee State Park was built in 1935 by the CCC in order to provide riverside recreational opportunities for the residents of Lee County, South Carolina. Along the Lynches River, which runs through Lee County, South Carolina and is partially protected from development by the state of South Carolina, kayaking and canoeing trips can be taken through the park's hardwood forest floodplain. Fishing may also be enjoyed from along the banks of the river and children can fish for catfish in the park's artesian pond.
Program Emphasis: All Disabilities, Hearing Disabilities, Intellectual Disabilities, Physical Disabilities, Visual Disabilities
Type of Facility: Outdoor
Location: 487 Loop Road,Bishopville,SC 29010
Phone :803-428-5307
Wheelchair Accessible : Some Areas (call for details)
Age Ranges : All ages, Kids, Tweens, Teeens, Young Adults, Middle Aged, Senior Citizens
Meal/Food Availability : No
Application Required : No

Camp Name : Little Pee Dee State Park

Date of camp: Ongoing
Cost :Free
Event Description: Accessible Parks and Playgrounds Located in the South Carolina Sandhills region and named after the blackwater Little Pee Dee River, Little Pee Dee State Park is a subdued setting for those who want to enjoy the park's natural features or fish the still waters of 54-acre Lake Norton for bream, bass and catfish. With its easy access to Interstate 95, and picnicking and camping amenities, Little Pee Dee is popular with coastal travelers and locals alike.
Program Emphasis: All Disabilities, Hearing Disabilities, Intellectual Disabilities, Physical Disabilities, Visual Disabilities
Type of Facility: Outdoor
Location: 1298 State Park Road,Dillon,SC 29536
Phone :843-774-8872
Wheelchair Accessible : Some Areas (call for details)
Age Ranges : All ages, Kids, Tweens, Teeens, Young Adults, Middle Aged, Senior Citizens
Meal/Food Availability : No
Application Required : No

Camp Name : Myrtle Beach State Park

Date of camp: Ongoing
Cost :Adults-$5; Seniors-$3.25; Youth-$3; Children under 6-Free
Event Description: Accessible Parks and Playgrounds Along the far-reaching stretch of Grand Strand coastline, Myrtle Beach State Park sits nestled among oceanfront maritime forest. A quiet, and surprisingly green, escape from the otherwise bustling beach, the park provides educational opportunities, a nature trail and some of the best surf fishing South Carolina has to offer as well as stunning ocean views and another great fishing spot on Myrtle Beach pier.
Program Emphasis: All Disabilities, Hearing Disabilities, Inellectual Disabilities, Physical Disabilities, Visual Disabilities
Type of Facility: Outdoor
Location: 4401 South Kings Highway,Myrtle Beach,SC 29575
Phone :843-238-5325
Wheelchair Accessible : Some Areas (call for details)
Age Ranges : All ages, Kids, Tweens, Teeens, Young Adults, Middle Aged, Senior Citizens
Meal/Food Availability : No
Application Required : No

Camp Name : Oconee State Park

Date of camp: Ongoing
Cost :$2-Adults; $1.25 SC Seniors; 15 and younger-Free
Event Description: Accessible Parks and Playgrounds Oconee State Park has all of the perks of a relaxing mountain getaway. The Oconee State Park campground, Rustic, CCC-era cabins and a lake with a swimming hole, canoe rentals and fishing opportunities are only a sample of the park's offerings
Program Emphasis: All Disabilities, Hearing Disabilities, Inellectual Disabilities, Physical Disabilities, Visual Disabilities
Type of Facility: Outdoor
Location: 624 State Park Road,Mountain Rest,SC 29664
Phone :864-638-5353
Wheelchair Accessible : Some Areas (call for details)
Age Ranges : All ages, Kids, Tweens, Teeens, Young Adults, Middle Aged, Senior Citizens
Meal/Food Availability : No
Application Required : No

Camp Name : Paris Mountain State Park

Date of camp: Ongoing
Cost :$2-Adults; $1.25 SC Seniors; 15 and younger-Free
Event Description: Accessible Parks and Playgrounds Paris Mountain State Park's roots date as far back as the Great Depression, when it was built by the Civilian Conservation Corps. This heritage can still be seen in the preserved stone and timber outside of the renovated bathhouse, now known as the Park Center. Inside, the center features historical exhibits and a classroom to teach young and old about the park's ecology.
Program Emphasis: All Disabilities, Hearing Disabilities, Inellectual Disabilities, Physical Disabilities, Visual Disabilities
Type of Facility: Outdoor
Location: 2401 State Park Road,Greenville,SC 29609
Phone :864-244-5565
Wheelchair Accessible : Some Areas (call for details)
Age Ranges : All ages, Kids, Tweens, Teeens, Young Adults, Middle Aged, Senior Citizens
Meal/Food Availability : No
Application Required : No

Camp Name : Poinsett State Park

Date of camp: Ongoing
Cost :Free
Event Description: Accessible Parks and Playgrounds In the High Hills of Santee, where the South Carolina Sandhills of the Midlands region meet the coastal plain region, you'll find Poinsett State Park. Called the "mountains of the midlands," this mixed ecosystem yields a high degree of biodiversity and some of the most unique natural sightings in the park system, especially along the Palmetto trail which winds through the Manchester State Forest.
Program Emphasis: All Disabilities, Hearing Disabilities, Inellectual Disabilities, Physical Disabilities, Visual Disabilities
Type of Facility: Outdoor
Location: 6660 Poinsett Park Road,Wedgefield,SC 29168
Phone :803-494-8177
Wheelchair Accessible : Some Areas (call for details)
Age Ranges : All ages, Kids, Tweens, Teeens, Young Adults, Middle Aged, Senior Citizens
Meal/Food Availability : No
Application Required : No

Camp Name : Redcliffe Plantation State Historic Site

Date of camp: Ongoing
Cost :Park admission is free. House tours are $5 age 16 & up, $3 SC Seniors, $4 youth ages 6-15
Event Description: Accessible Parks and Playgrounds Redcliffe Plantation, completed in 1859, was once the home of James Henry Hammond, three generations of his descendants, and numerous African-American families like the Henleys, Goodwins, & Wigfalls who worked at the site as slaves and later free men and women. Now one of the many historic plantations South Carolina has opened to the public, this site symbolizes the ambition, wealth and power of James Henry Hammond a successful cotton planter, congressman, governor and senator, who spent his life defending the southern plantation system and his status within it.
Program Emphasis: All Disabilities, Hearing Disabilities, Inellectual Disabilities, Physical Disabilities, Visual Disabilities
Type of Facility: Outdoor
Location: 181 Redcliffe Road,Beech Island,SC 29842
Phone :803-827-1473
Wheelchair Accessible : Some Areas (call for details)
Age Ranges : All ages, Kids, Tweens, Teeens, Young Adults, Middle Aged, Senior Citizens
Meal/Food Availability : No
Application Required : No

Camp Name : Rivers Bridge State Historic Site

Date of camp: Ongoing
Cost :Free
Event Description: Accessible Parks and Playgrounds Rivers Bridge State Historic Site marks the site of one of the Confederacy's last stands against General William T. Sherman's sweep across the South. Of all the Civil War Sites in South Carolina, the Battle of Rivers Bridge is the only one in the State Parks system that is home to a preserved battlefield.
Program Emphasis: All Disabilities, Hearing Disabilities, Inellectual Disabilities, Physical Disabilities, Visual Disabilities
Type of Facility: Outdoor
Location: 325 State Park Road,Ehrhardt,SC 29081
Phone :803-267-3675
Wheelchair Accessible : Some Areas (call for details)
Age Ranges : All ages, Kids, Tweens, Teeens, Young Adults, Middle Aged, Senior Citizens
Meal/Food Availability : No
Application Required : No

Camp Name : Rose Hill Plantation State Historic Site

Date of camp: Ongoing
Cost :Grounds are free. House tours: $5 age 16+, $3 SC Senior, $4 age 6-16, children under 5 are free.
Event Description: Accessible Parks and Playgrounds In the days following the election of President Abraham Lincoln, South Carolina Gov. William Henry Gist was characteristically blunt: "The only alternative left, in my judgment, is the secession of South Carolina from the Federal Union." Today, Rose Hill Plantation State Historic Site stands as a fine example of plantation homes of the South, and its purpose is to interpret the life and legacy of the man history has come to know as the "Secession Governor."
Program Emphasis: All Disabilities, Hearing Disabilities, Inellectual Disabilities, Physical Disabilities, Visual Disabilities
Type of Facility: Outdoor
Location: 2677 Sardis Road,Union,SC 29379
Phone :864-427-5966
Wheelchair Accessible : Some Areas (call for details)
Age Ranges : All ages, Kids, Tweens, Teeens, Young Adults, Middle Aged, Senior Citizens
Meal/Food Availability : No
Application Required : No

Camp Name : Sadlers Creek State Park

Date of camp: Ongoing
Cost :$2-Adults; $1.25 SC Seniors; 15 and younger-Free.
Event Description: Accessible Parks and Playgrounds Sadlers Creek State Park sits on 395 acres on a peninsula that extends into Lake Hartwell, one of the Savannah River reservoirs. Camping on Lake Hartwell at one of 37 lakefront campground sites, observing wildlife and recreational watersports are only a small sampling of activities to be enjoyed in the park.
Program Emphasis: All Disabilities, Hearing Disabilities, Inellectual Disabilities, Physical Disabilities, Visual Disabilities
Type of Facility: Outdoor
Location: 940 Sadlers Creek Road,Anderson,SC 29626
Phone :864-226-8950
Wheelchair Accessible : Some Areas (call for details)
Age Ranges : All ages, Kids, Tweens, Teeens, Young Adults, Middle Aged, Senior Citizens
Meal/Food Availability : No
Application Required : No

Camp Name : Santee State Park

Date of camp: Ongoing
Cost :$2-Adults; $1.25 SC Seniors; 15 and younger-Free.
Event Description: Accessible Parks and Playgrounds Located in South Carolina's well-known Santee Cooper Country, Santee State Park sits along Lake Marion. South Carolina locals know the lake for its abundant population of large catfish. Santee State Park camping is offered on the lake, but for guests who prefer to spend the night indoors, rondette cabins, 10 of which sit on piers over the lake, are available and have been attracting families for years.
Program Emphasis: All Disabilities, Hearing Disabilities, Inellectual Disabilities, Physical Disabilities, Visual Disabilities
Type of Facility: Outdoor
Location: 251 State Park Road,Santee,SC 29142
Phone :803-854-2408
Wheelchair Accessible : Some Areas (call for details)
Age Ranges : All ages, Kids, Tweens, Teeens, Young Adults, Middle Aged, Senior Citizens
Meal/Food Availability : No
Application Required : No

Camp Name : Sesquicentennial State Park

Date of camp: Ongoing
Cost :$2-Adults; $1.25 SC Seniors; 15 and younger-Free.
Event Description: Accessible Parks and Playgrounds Sesquicentennial State Park, affectionately known to locals as "Sesqui", is a spacious, green getaway in the heart of the Sandhills region. Once you're immersed in the 1,400 acres of pines, camping sites, and nature trails you forget just how close you are to bustling, downtown Columbia, South Carolina.
Program Emphasis: All Disabilities, Hearing Disabilities, Inellectual Disabilities, Physical Disabilities, Visual Disabilities
Type of Facility: Outdoor
Location: 9564 Two Notch Road,Columbia,SC 29223
Phone :803-788-2706
Wheelchair Accessible : Some Areas (call for details)
Age Ranges : All ages, Kids, Tweens, Teeens, Young Adults, Middle Aged, Senior Citizens
Meal/Food Availability : No
Application Required : No

Camp Name : Table Rock State Park

Date of camp: Ongoing
Cost :$2-Adults; $1.25 SC Seniors; 15 and younger-Free.
Event Description: Accessible Parks and Playgrounds Table Rock State Park fits the bill for the natural beauty attributed to scenic Highway 11. The towering mountain, which gives the park its name, serves as a backdrop for the 3,000 acre park and its facilities. Below this section of the Blue Ridge Mountains, South Carolina natives and visitors can enjoy Table Rock State Park cabins, a campground and an old-fashioned swimming hole on one of the park's two lakes.
Program Emphasis: All Disabilities, Hearing Disabilities, Inellectual Disabilities, Physical Disabilities, Visual Disabilities
Type of Facility: Outdoor
Location: 158 E Ellison Lane,Pickens,SC 29671
Phone :864-878-9813
Wheelchair Accessible : Some Areas (call for details)
Age Ranges : All ages, Kids, Tweens, Teeens, Young Adults, Middle Aged, Senior Citizens
Meal/Food Availability : No
Application Required : No

Camp Name : Woods Bay State Park

Date of camp: Ongoing
Cost :Free
Event Description: Accessible Parks and Playgrounds Woods Bay State Park offers a close-up look at one of the last remaining large Carolina Bays on the Mid-Atlantic Coastal Plain. The 1,590-acre park, located in the coastal plains region, features a wide range of habitats including marsh, sandhills, oak-hickory forest and shrub bog.
Program Emphasis: All Disabilities, Hearing Disabilities, Inellectual Disabilities, Physical Disabilities, Visual Disabilities
Type of Facility: Outdoor
Location: 11020 Woods Bay Road,Olanta,SC 29114
Phone :843-659-4445
Wheelchair Accessible : Some Areas (call for details)
Age Ranges : All ages, Kids, Tweens, Teeens, Young Adults, Middle Aged, Senior Citizens
Meal/Food Availability : No
Application Required : No

Camp Name : Camp Spearhead(Residential camp programs in summer & weekend throughout the school year)

Date of camp: Seasonal
Cost :$30.00-$100.00
Event Description: Camp Spearhead offers residential camp programs in the summer and 20 weekend programs throughout the school year. Camp Spearhead's summer camp program offers (8) week-long residential summer camp sessions at our new facility, the Pleasant Ridge Camp & Retreat Center. There are two seasons of the Weekend Program.  The fall season runs from September to December and the spring season runs from January to April.  A typical season offers 10 Saturday social / recreational activities ranging in length from four hours to overnight retreats.
Program Emphasis: All Disabilities, Hearing Disabilities, Inellectual Disabilities, Physical Disabilities, Visual Disabilities
Type of Facility: Both Outdoor and Indoor
Location: Pleasant Ridge Camp and Retreat Center,Marietta,SC 29114
Phone :843-659-4445
Wheelchair Accessible : Yes
Age Ranges : All ages, Kids, Tweens, Teeens, Young Adults, Middle Aged, Senior Citizens
Meal/Food Availability : Yes,meals are prepared daily. Special diet meal preparation are a common accomodation.
Application Required : Yes

Camp Name : Multiple outdoor activities(Fun4All coordinates activities & events for individuals with disabilities)

Date of camp:Ongoing
Cost :Free
Event Description: Fun4All coordinates activities and events for individuals with disabilities at little to no cost to the participants. Different types of activities include but are not limited to: fishing, boating, bowling, hunting, kayaking, baseball games and karaoke. Fun4All collaborates with individuals and agencies around the area to make opportunities available to those with disabilities to enjoy life.
Program Emphasis: All Disabilities, Hearing Disabilities, Inellectual Disabilities, Physical Disabilities, Visual Disabilities
Type of Facility: Both Outdoor and Indoor
Location: Varies due to event,SC
Wheelchair Accessible : Some Areas (call for details)
Age Ranges : All ages, Kids, Tweens, Teeens, Young Adults, Middle Aged, Senior Citizens
Meal/Food Availability : Yes , Meals are accessible for certain activities. Most activities will include meals.
Application Required : Determined by activity, please contact via website or phone

Camp Name : All Childrens Park(A barrier-free playground especially designed for handicapped children)

Date of camp:Ongoing
Cost :Free
Event Description: Accessible Parks and Playgrounds A barrier-free playground especially designed for the enjoyment of handicapped children. The park has two playgrounds, a picnic area and restroom facilities.
Program Emphasis: All Disabilities, Hearing Disabilities, Inellectual Disabilities, Physical Disabilities, Visual Disabilities
Type of Facility: Outdoor
Location: Surfside Beach,SC
Wheelchair Accessible : Yes
Age Ranges : All ages, Kids, Tweens, Teeens, Young Adults, Middle Aged, Senior Citizens
Meal/Food Availability : No
Application Required : No

Camp Name : Camp Adam Fisher (A weeklong overnight camp for children with disabilities, siblings, friends 6-17)

Date of camp:Yearly
Cost :$595
Event Description: A week of camp, packed with great activities, fun, friendship and self-discovery. Camp Adam Fisher is a weeklong overnight camp for children with diabetes, their brothers, sisters and friends ages 6-17. Our mission is to offer all the experiences, lessons benefits of summer camp to children with diabetes, while teaching them how to live longer and healthier lives. Our pledge is to do so in a safe, well-monitored environment where professional attention can be afforded to each camper's individual needs. We also offer a Counselor in training (CIT) program for teenagers ages 16-17. Kids come from all over the southeast to experience this unique opportunity, while learning more about managing their diabetes, making new friends and having a blast. There is a 24-hour volunteer medical to assist with the needs of the campers and a registered dietitian to supervise all meals and snacks.
Program Emphasis: Physical Disabilities
Type of Facility: Both Outdoor and Indoor
Location: R.M. Cooper 4-H Center on Wyboo Creek, Lake Marion,Summerton,SC
Wheelchair Accessible : Some Areas (call for details)
Age Ranges : Children ages 6-17
Meal/Food Availability : Yes,Meals are provided as part of the camp experience. Registered Dietitians supervise all meals and snacks.
Application Required : Yes,Application available on the website

Camp Name : Camp Breathe Easy (A one day camp for children with asthma and their parents)

Date of camp:Yearly
Cost :Free
Event Description: Camp Breathe Easy is a one day camp for children with asthma and their parents.  Offered free of charge.  Please see the website for further details:  www.CampBreatheEasySC.org  
Program Emphasis: Physical Disabilities
Type of Facility: Indoor
Location: Charleston,SC
Wheelchair Accessible : Some Areas (call for details)
Age Ranges : Children ages 7-11
Meal/Food Availability : Yes,See the website for details
Application Required : Yes,Application and other forms are available for download from the website

Camp Name : Camp Burnt Gin(Summer camp for children with physical disabilities and chronic illnesses)

Date of camp:Yearly
Cost :Free
Event Description: Camp Burnt Gin is a summer camp in Wedgefield, South Carolina, for children who have physical disabilities and chronic illnesses. From early June until mid August, Camp Burnt Gin operates four six day sessions for 7 through 15 year old children, two six day session for teenagers, ages 16-20 and a four day session for young adults, ages 21-25. Staff members, in a ratio of one for every two campers, live with the children and assist those children who require help with their personal needs and participation in the activities. Camp Burnt Gin has two nurses in residence.  Nurses are responsible for medication administration, first aid and overseeing medical treatments.  Sumter Pediatrics and Tuomey Regional Medical Center are available in the event of illness or an emergency. Camp Burnt Gin provides a fun, safe summer camp experience to over 460 children who might not otherwise have the chance to attend camp because of their health care needs. The Burnt Gin experience offers them an opportunity to meet new friends, develop recreational skills, become more independent and improve their self confidence. 
Program Emphasis: Physical Disabilities
Type of Facility: Both Outdoor and Indoor
Location: Camp Burnt Gin,Wedgefield,SC
Wheelchair Accessible : Yes
Age Ranges : Ages 7-25
Meal/Food Availability : Yes,Nutritous balanced meals are planned by a registered dietician and served to the children as part of the US Department of Agriculture’s summer feeding program.
Application Required : Yes,Call Marie Aimone or access www.scdhec.gov/campburntgin for an application.  The application deadline is March 1st.  Applications received after the deadline will be considered if space is available.

Camp Name : Camp Courage(Recreational experience for children & teens with cancer or glood disorders)

Date of camp:Ongoing
Cost :Free
Event Description: Founded in 1994, Camp Courage creates an unforgettable recreational experience for children and teens with cancer or blood disorders from the Upstate of South Carolina, western North Carolina, and Northeast Georgia. At Camp Courage, campers are free to play, laugh, explore, and grow in a normal developmentally appropriate way. Trained counselors and volunteers help to nurture the campers' self-confidence and provide therapeutic opportunities for individual development. Goals: To allow children and adolescents living with blood disorders or cancer the opportunity to experience camp, peer living, and outdoor activities at NO COST. To allow children and adolescents the opportunity to interact and learn from other peers who have similar healthcare experiences. To provide children and adolescents with normal camp experiences while being supervised by trained medical and non-medical staff. To provide respite for families of children living with a blood disorder or cancer. To provide children and adolescents with opportunities for coping and understanding in relation to their diagnosis, while building self-esteem and support. To allow teens and adolescents to experience positive role-model interactions and friendships with trained volunteers and counselors.
Program Emphasis: Physical Disabilities
Type of Facility: Both Outdoor and Indoor
Location: Pleasant Ridge Camp and Retreat Center,Marietta,SC
Wheelchair Accessible : Yes
Age Ranges : Youth ages 5 to 12br/> Meal/Food Availability : No
Application Required : Yes,Application and other forms are available for download from the website. Payment is available through the website. Please email or call for information.

Camp Name : Camp Happy Days(Week long flagship event for children diagnosed with cancer & siblings ages 4-16)

Date of camp:Yearly
Cost :Free
Event Description: We believe that every child battling cancer in South Carolina should have an opportunity to benefit from a summer camp experience and other life-changing programs regardless of family income or economic status. This week long, flagship event is for children diagnosed with cancer and their siblings, ages 4-16. This powerful, life changing experience gives these children an opportunity to build self-esteem, courage, confidence and trust in an incredibly active, high energy environment created just for them. Camp Happy Days has several year round events for children diagnosed with cancer and their families. Please consult the website for more information or contact Teresa or Eleanor for more information. You may also participate in several fundraising events or make a direct donation to Camp Happy Days. For more information, please visit the website.
Program Emphasis: Physical Disabilities
Type of Facility: Both Outdoor and Indoor
Location: Camp Bob Cooper,Summerton,SC
Wheelchair Accessible : Yes
Age Ranges : Ages 4-16
Meal/Food Availability : Yes,Meals available during camp session
Application Required : Yes,Contact Teresa Bishop or Eleanor Smythe to apply.

Camp Name : Camp Lakey Gap(Designed for people with autism that encourages developing independent living skills)

Date of camp:Yearly
Cost :$1,780 per week and $1,530 for 2nd child in the family
Event Description: We offer a unique program specifically designed for people with autism using: visually structured programming and 1:1 or 1:2 positive support from well trained college and graduate students. Participation in Camp Lakey Gap encourages the development of independent living skills and provides opportunities for engaging in social interaction with peers. We accept campers that represent the full range of the autism spectrum, although we have several weeks specifically designed for those with ASD who are "mainstreamed" in school and community settings. We look forward to hearing from you and hope to see you soon!
Program Emphasis: Intellectual Disabilities
Type of Facility: Both Outdoor and Indoor
Location: Christmount at Black Mountain,222 Fern Way,Black Mtn,NC 28711-9771
Wheelchair Accessible : Some Areas (call for details)
Age Ranges : Ages 4 and up
Meal/Food Availability : Yes,Meals and snacks are provided. Campers with special diets must contact camp director prior to session. You will be asked to send food to supplement items that are unavailable.
Application Required : Yes,Application and other forms are available for download from the website.

Camp Name : Camp Rocky Bottom(A camp for youngsters who are blind ages 6-16) and their parents

Date of camp:Yearly
Cost :Free
Event Description: Each year, two weeks are set aside for blind youngsters from ages 6 to 16. They are taught skills to cope with blindness and that it is respectable to be blind. Utilizing blind counselors to act as role models, Rocky Bottom Retreat And Conference Center of The Blind provides all the experiences of any Retreat including swimming, mountain hiking, arts & crafts, cookouts, fishing and field trips. This is at no cost to the blind child or their parents. Limited transportation is also available.
Program Emphasis: Visual Disabilities
Type of Facility: Both Outdoor and Indoor
Location: Outdoor Retreat Center,Pickens,SC
Wheelchair Accessible : Some Areas (call for details)
Age Ranges : Ages 6-16
Meal/Food Availability : Yes,Meals are available.
Application Required : Yes,Please email or call for information. Phone and email are available on the website

Camp Name : Camp Wonderhands(6 day overnight camp for children who are deaf and hard-of-hearing)

Date of camp:Yearly
Cost :Free
Event Description: Camp Wonder Hands originated in the Summer of 1997 as a vision of Mrs. Marolyn Amick, a Child Life Therapist at Palmetto Health Children's Hospital. Mrs. Amick, who is herself hearing impaired and has a child who is deaf, felt the need to provide an atmosphere where deaf and hard-of-hearing children would be able to identify with others and learn that they are not alone in their experience. Camp Wonder Hands is a six-day, overnight camp located at Camp Kinard Lutheran Conference Center in the Batesburg-Leesville community of Lexington County South Carolina. This camp offers enriching activities and interaction with positive deaf and hard-of-hearing adult and college aged role models from our community. The Camp Wonder Hands summer camp is unique in that it is the first, and at present, the only opportunity of its kind for deaf and hard-of-hearing children in the Midlands.
Program Emphasis: Hearing Disabilities
Type of Facility: Both Outdoor and Indoor
Location: Camp Kinard,Pickens,Batesburg-Leesville,SC
Wheelchair Accessible : Some Areas (call for details)
Age Ranges : Youth ages 7 to 17
Meal/Food Availability : Yes,Meals are provided as part of the camp experience.
Application Required : Yes,Application and other forms are available for download from the website. Payment is available through the website. Please email or call for information.

Camp Name : Carowinds Trip(ICRC provides multiple activities & events for chilren & disabilities)

Date of camp:Yearly
Cost :$50 resident/ $63 non-resident
Event Description: ICRC provides multiple activities and events for children and adults with disabilities. The Carowinds trip is just one of many. Please contact ICRC for more information or view there activity guide at the website.
Program Emphasis: All Disabilities
Type of Facility: Both Outdoor and Indoor
Location: Carowinds Theme Park,Pickens,SC
Wheelchair Accessible : No
Age Ranges : Ages 6-16
Meal/Food Availability : Yes,Lunch is not included in cost. Please bring money for lunch at the park.
Application Required : No

Camp Name : Doggone Days of Summer Camp(Work side by side with youth to train service dog candidates)

Date of camp:Yearly
Cost :$275.00 per session
Event Description: Ever wonder how PAALS teaches dogs to turn on lights for people who use wheelchairs? Learn the basics of service dog training, how to help people in the community, and work side by side with other youth and youth with disabilities, all while pairing up to train a service dog candidate. Work side by side with other youth and youth with disabilities, all while pairing up to train a service dog candidate.
Program Emphasis: All Disabilities, Hearing Disabilities, Intellectual Disabilities, Physical Disabilities, Visual Disabilities
Type of Facility: Indoor
Location: EdVenture Childrens Museum,211 Gervais Street,Columbia,SC
Wheelchair Accessible : Yes
Age Ranges : Children ages 11-14 (ages 11-19 youth with disabilities).
Meal/Food Availability : No
Application Required : Yes,Application and other forms are available for download from the website

Camp Name : Killkenny Park

Date of camp:Ongoing
Cost :Free
Event Description: Accessible Parks and Playgrounds Kilkenny Park is our newest park. There are 8 picnic tables, several are ADA accessible. There are also 4 grills and 3 benches. Fishing is accessible from this park as well. Kilkenny sits at the corner of Wellington and Jackson on the lake. For persons requiring additional ADA accessibility into the park, please call City Hall at 803-259-3266.  
Program Emphasis: All Disabilities, Hearing Disabilities, Intellectual Disabilities, Physical Disabilities, Visual Disabilities
Type of Facility: Outdoor
Location: Kilkenny Park,Barnwell,SC
Wheelchair Accessible : Some Areas (call for details)
Age Ranges : All ages, Kids, Tweens, Teeens, Young Adults, Middle Aged, Senior Citizens
Meal/Food Availability : No
Application Required : No

Camp Name : Reading Discovery Camp(Allows students to become better readers through interactive exploration)

Date of camp:Yearly
Cost :$250
Event Description: Reading Discovery Camp: What Lurks Behind the Pages allows students to become better readers through fun, exciting and interactive exploration between the pages of their favorite books. Students will practice reading skills and experience reading through personalized book and story choices, special guests, puppets and games. In addition, campers will enjoy the unique chance of animating a story of their own using iPads! This fun summer program is ideal for students who learn traditionally as well as students who learn differently or with unique learning needs.
Program Emphasis: Intellectual Disabilities
Type of Facility: Indoor
Location: Glenforest School campus,Columbia,SC
Wheelchair Accessible : Some Areas (call for details)
Age Ranges : Grades 2-6
Meal/Food Availability : No
Application Required : Yes,Visit glenforest.orgto register online or complete and return registration form found online

Camp Name : Splash Bash-(Day of swimming, plaly and leisure for adults and young adults 14 years of age and older)

Date of camp:Yearly
Cost :Free
Event Description: Adults and young adults (14 years and older) with disabilities are invited to a day of swimming, play, and leisure sponsored by HealthSouth Columbia. The outdoor activities and equipment have been modified to be accessible for people with disabilities. Adapted equipment will include electronic trigger pulls, hunting chairs, electric reels, racing chairs, and carts for hunting. Adapted activities will include tubing, swimming, canoeing, kayaking, jet skiing, boating, fishing, hunting, archery and other wheelchair sports. Mobi-Mat and the assistant dogs from P.A.A.L.S. will also be there.
Program Emphasis: All Disabilities, Hearing Disabilities, Intellectual Disabilities, Physical Disabilities, Visual Disabilities
Type of Facility: Outdoor
Location: Shaw Airforce Base-Lake Wateree Recreation Area,SC
Wheelchair Accessible : Yes
Age Ranges : 14 and older
Meal/Food Availability : Yes,Picnic lunch will be available
Application Required : Yes,Please visit website or call/ email Michelle

Camp Name : Sportsnational(Students with special needs spend a day participating in sports activities)

Date of camp:Seasonal
Cost :Free
Event Description: Feb 8, 2012 for elementary school students. Feb 15, 2012 for middle and high school students. Sportsational is for students of special needs classrooms to spend the day participating in different sport activities such as basketball, tennis, small games, gymnastics, and jump castles. City of Charleston Police and Fire fighters teach us about safety and we end the day with pizza and awards.
Program Emphasis: All Disabilities, Hearing Disabilities, Intellectual Disabilities, Physical Disabilities, Visual Disabilities
Type of Facility: Both Outdoor and Indoor
Location: James Island Recreation Complex,James Island,SC
Wheelchair Accessible : Yes
Age Ranges : Elementary to High School Students
Meal/Food Availability : Yes,Pizza will be served after the event.
Application Required : Yes,Application and other forms are available for download from the website. Payment is available through the website. Please email or call for information.

Camp Name : Teen Buddies(Summer camp for teens with differing abilities and disabilities)

Date of camp:Yearly
Cost :$140 residents/$154 non-residents
Event Description: Therapeutic Recreation is born from the idea that every member of the community has the right to leisure, no matter the level of ability. Our goal is to remove the barriers that may keep some individuals in the community from participating in recreation activities. Through recreation, participants have the opportunity to become more active, learn a new sport, and improve social skills, all while making new friends! TEEN BUDDIES will be offered as a summer camp focusing on teens with differing abilities and handicapping conditions. *Teens requiring one-on-one assistance will be required to provide his/her own helper to assist them this year (helper must pay his/her own way). We also welcome teens without disabilities to join us. Swimming, games, daily field trips, and friendships will encircle all teens involved. Teens need to bring a bag lunch, change of clothing, swimsuit, and towel daily.
Program Emphasis: All Disabilities, Hearing Disabilities, Intellectual Disabilities, Physical Disabilities, Visual Disabilities
Type of Facility: Both Outdoor and Indoor
Location: R.L. Jones Recreation Center in Mount Pleasant,Mt. Pleasant,SC
Wheelchair Accessible : Yes
Age Ranges : young adults/teens in Middle and High School
Meal/Food Availability : Yes,Teens need to bring a bag lunch.
Application Required : Yes,Application and other forms are available for download from the website. Payment is available through the website. Please email or call for information.

Camp Name : The Carolina Miracle League Baseball League(Children paired with volunteers who assist play)

Date of camp:Seasonal
Cost :Activity Specific
Event Description: January 13 -Online registration begins January 30 -Deadline for Spring Registration February 23 -Coach and Team Mom meeting March 10 -Uniform Distribution at Miracle Park, 10-11 am March 19 -1st Major Monday Game March 22 -1st Terrific Thursday Game The Miracle League is where physically and mentally challenged children are paired with able-bodied volunteer "buddies" who assist them in batting, catching, throwing and running. Every child gets a turn at bat and in the outfield and every child crosses home plate. The point of the game is less about baseball and more about fun! The benefits gained by everyone involved are tremendous. The child's self esteem grows, he or she makes friends, becomes less isolated and "just becomes a regular kid, not a kid with a disability."
Program Emphasis: All Disabilities, Hearing Disabilities, Intellectual Disabilities, Physical Disabilities, Visual Disabilities
Type of Facility: Outdoor
Location: Miracle Park,1160 Old Furnace Road,Boiling Springs,SC 29316
Wheelchair Accessible : Yes
Age Ranges : All Ages
Meal/Food Availability : Yes,Concession stand at baseball park..
Application Required : Yes,Application and other forms are available for download from the website.

Camp Name : Unified Sports (including Soccer and Golf)(Opportunity for youth and adults to play on sports team)

Date of camp:Seasonal
Cost :Activity Specific,Call for details.
Event Description: For soccer: Saturdays at 9 or 10 am, August 18-October 27. For golf: Tuesdays at 4:30-6pm, August 21-October 23. Sports modified for youth and adults with and without disabilities. Therapeutic Recreation is born from the idea that every member of the community has the right to leisure, no matter the level of ability. Our goal is to remove the barriers that may keep some individuals in the community from participating in recreation activities. Through recreation, participants have the opportunity to become more active, learn a new sport, and improve social skills, all while making new friends! Unified Sports offers the opportunity for all youth and adults to play on a sports team. It joins both youth/adults with disabilities and those without disabilities to train and to play together as a team. Smaller fields and modified equipment may be used as needed to ensure fairness and safety for all. Any person age five or older is eligible to participate.
Program Emphasis: All Disabilities, Hearing Disabilities, Intellectual Disabilities, Physical Disabilities, Visual Disabilities
Type of Facility: Both Outdoor and Indoor
Location: Soccer: Cheryll Woods Flowers at Patriots Point (soccer fields). Golf: Patriot's Point Links,Charleston/ Mt. Pleasant,SC
Wheelchair Accessible : Yes
Age Ranges : All ages, Kids, Tweens, Teeens, Young Adults, Middle Aged, Senior Citizens
Meal/Food Availability : No
Application Required : Yes,Application and other forms are available for download from the website. Payment is available through the website. Please email or call for information.

Camp Name : Camp Puzzle Palooza(Multi-faceted event for childre with Autism Spectrum Disorders)

Date of camp:Yearly
Cost :$15 per camper/sibling
Event Description: Camp Puzzle Palooza is a multi-faceted event for children with Autism Spectrum Disorders. Classes are lead by certified teachers and volunteers. Activities include a themed story, arts/crafts, obstacle course, age-appropriate instruction, and facilitated playtime. We will incorporate hands-on learning for an experience that is fun and has real-world meaning. This is an opportunity for these kids to have a "typical" summer camp experience in a supportive environment. This is a great opportunity for networking and fellowship. We are also partnering with Aiken Center for Exceptional Families to provide siblings with an exciting camp experience. To register your child, submit the online registration form. Please indicate whether you will be participating in the Mom's Brunch or Sibling's Camp. You will receive a confirmation email.
Program Emphasis: Intellectual Disabilities
Location: Cedar Creek Church,Aiken,SC
Wheelchair Accessible : Some Areas (call for details)
Age Ranges : Specific Age Range,Call for details
Meal/Food Availability : Yes,Drinks will be provided, but snacks are provided by parents.
Application Required : Yes,Please email or call for information. Phone and email are available on the website.

Camp Name : Camp Mac Boykin(Outdoor day camp for 7-12 year olds)

Date of camp:Yearly
Cost :Free
Event Description: **THIS CAMP IS NOT SPECIFIC TO DISABILITIES**   "Camp Mac Boykin is an outdoor camp great for your 7 -12 year old. Each day is filled with swimming, hiking, sports, and many other activities centered around the weekly camp theme. Your camper will have a great time getting to know the kids in their age specific groups. All Camp Mac Boykin counselors have been properly trained and can't wait to meet your camper this summer! Drop off in the morning is between 7:30 am and 8:30 am. Pick up in the afternoon is between 4:30 pm and 6:00 pm. If you arrive to pick up your child after 6:00 pm, there will be a late fee. Outside of those times listed above, parents, please park your car and come to the Youth Center for Drop off/Pick up. Extended care will be provided for children between 6:00 pm and 7:00 pm for an additional fee in the case that a parent is unable to arrive before then. Please be sure to have your code word ready for pick up. If you are unsure or have forgotten your code word, please see the youth desk in the back for help."
Program Emphasis: All Disabilities, Hearing Disabilities, Intellectual Disabilities, Physical Disabilities, Visual Disabilities
Type of Facility: Both Outdoor and Indoor
Location: Outdoor camp retreat at Camp Mac Boykin,Pinewood,SC
Wheelchair Accessible : No
Age Ranges : Ages 7-12
Meal/Food Availability : Yes,Meals are available through the Y Café Account. Please contact the YMCA or the Camp staff for more information.
Application Required : Yes,Please email or call for information. Phone and email are available on the website.

Camp Name : Camp Lions Den(Residential camp for people with visual impairments ages 7-17)

Date of camp:Yearly
Cost :Free
Event Description: Camp Lions Den is a residential camping program for the visually handicapped of South Carolina. Sponsored by the Anderson Mid-Day Lions Club, Inc of Anderson, SC and South Carolina Lions, Inc. Camp Lions Den is administered by the Clemson University Outdoor Lab. Today, more than 1600 campers have been served at Camp Lions Den and a capacity registration can be expected each season.Who may attendAny visually handicapped child between the ages of 7 and 17 may attend. The camper must be able to walk, dress and feed himself, take care of personal hygiene, get along with other children, and participate in supervised outdoor activities. Staff for Camp Lions Den has been carefully selected to work with challenged individuals. In addition to counsellors and specialists, the camp has a full-time resident nurse. Every camper is assigned to a group of eight campers and lives with, and is supervised by, three full-time staff members.Campers Come FreeSC Lions Clubs support Camp Lions Den for the visually challenged as a state project. There is NO FEE for attendance. Parents are responsible for the cost of the medical exam and transportation, unless other arrangements are made.
Program Emphasis: Visual Disabilities
Type of Facility: Both Outdoor and Indoor
Location: Clemson University Outdoor Lab located on Lake Hartwell,263 Lehotsky Hall,Clemson,SC 29634-0737
Phone:864-646-3620
Wheelchair Accessible : No
Age Ranges : Ages 7-17
Meal/Food Availability : Yes,Meals available during camp session.
Application Required : Yes,Application and other forms are available for download from the website.

Camp Name : The Sweet Life(Ice cream treat followed by a quick hike on the Peak-to-Pomaria Trail)

Date of camp:Ongoing
Cost :$12/Resident, $13/ Non-resident
Event Description: Dessert followed by a leisurely stroll.  Fee includes transportation, dessert and drink.  July: Yoghut and Cayce Riverwalk August: Dairy Queen and Columbiana Mall September: Cupcake and Downtown Columbia.
Program Emphasis: All Disabilities, Hearing Disabilities, Intellectual Disabilities, Physical Disabilities, Visual Disabilities
Type of Facility: Indoor
Location: Seven Oaks Park,200 Leisure Lane,Columbia,SC
Phone:803-772-3336
Wheelchair Accessible : No
Age Ranges : Ages 18 and older
Meal/Food Availability : No
Application Required : No

Camp Name : Camp Burnt Gin (Residential summer camp for children with physical disabilities)

Date of camp:Seasonal
Cost :Free
Event Description: Camp Burnt Gin is a residential summer camping program for children and teens who have physical disabilities and/or chronic illnesses.  Operated by the South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control,  Camp Burnt Gin offers children who have special health care needs the opportunity to meet new friends, become more independent, develop recreational and social skills and improve their self-esteem.  The overnight sessions are six days in length.  Activities include swimming, boating, arts and crafts, nature activities, fine arts and sports and games.  All activities are adapted to enable children of all ability levels to participate. Camp Burnt Gin operates 6 sessions throughout the summer.  In each cabin there are 6-8 campers and 3-4 staff members, depending on the needs of the children.  The counselors are responsible for the supervision and the daily care of the campers.  They assist the children with their adjustment to camp life, participation in camp activities and any medical or personal care needs.  Two nurses are in residence and are responsible for medication administration, first aid and overseeing any medical treatments.
Program Emphasis: Physical Disabilities
Type of Facility: Both Outdoor and Indoor
Location: Camp Burnt Gin,1980 Burnt Gin Road,Wedgefield,SC 29168
Phone:803-898-0784
Wheelchair Accessible : Yes
Age Ranges : Ages 7-15, 16-20, 21-25
Meal/Food Availability : Yes,Camp Burnt Gin participates in the summer feeding program. Campers are provided three balanced meals a day.
Application Required : Yes,For an application contact:  Camp Burnt Gin, 803-898-0784 or campburntgin@dhec.sc.gov   www.scdhec.gov/burntgin

Camp Name : Kick It - Karate Classes(Karate program for individuals with special needs)

Date of camp:Ongoing
Cost :Free
Event Description: Kick It! is an awesome new karate program that will provide opportunities for individuals in the special needs community to explore and participate in martial arts through promotion, support, and advocating the successful inclusion of individuals with varying degrees of need.  Karate is a great way to develop fitness and self-confidence skills; however, it is also a proven way to build a sense of community and lasting friendships.  Through martial arts' philosophy and customs, students learn to build superior relationships based on respect and friendship. Program Details: The Arc of the Midlands in collaboration with the SC Developmental Disabilities Council and East West MA Columbia (sites in Irmo, Lexington, Northeast, and Forest Acres) will begin offering in the summer of 2014 a FREE twelve-week orientation white belt program designed to prepare individuals of all ages with special needs for integration into mainstream programs.
Program Emphasis: Intellectual Disabilities
Type of Facility: Indoor
Wheelchair Accessible : Yes
Age Ranges : All ages, Kids, Tweens, Teeens, Young Adults, Middle Aged, Senior Citizens
Meal/Food Availability : No
Application Required : Yes

Camp Name : Walk with Ease - Community Walking Club(Program that helps individuals with disability get active)

Date of camp:Ongoing
Cost :Free
Event Description: Walk with Ease Midlands is about getting people in the community together to promote and increase physical activity and build new friendships. The program includes people with and without developmental and intellectual disabilities that walk with one another. It's a great way for people to meet friends and stay active!  We offer structured 18 week programs and weekly Saturday walks. We meet every Saturday at 8:30 am!  In case of inclement weather the event for that day will be canceled - no make-ups.  This is an Arc of the Midlands coordinated project in support of a state-wide "Walk this Way" initiative sponsored by Pro Parents and SC Developmental Disabilities Council.
Program Emphasis: Intellectual Disabilities
Type of Facility: Outdoor
Location: Riverfront and Canal Park,312 Laurel Street,Columbia,SC 29201
Phone:803-693-5746
Wheelchair Accessible : Yes
Age Ranges : All ages, Kids, Tweens, Teeens, Young Adults, Middle Aged, Senior Citizens
Meal/Food Availability : No
Application Required : Yes,It is highly recommended you sign-up at: www.meetup.com/ArcMidlands/ for updates and information.  Although this is not required to participate -- it is where we post special events and communicate with our members. 

Camp Name : Mixed Greens - Grow with Us! (Community project to gain skills through gardening)

Date of camp:Ongoing
Cost :Free
Event Description: Mixed Greens is a community project to provide people with intellectual and developmental disabilities (I/DD) an opportunity to gain the lifelong skill of gardening while participating in innovative community garden and service projects.  This Arc of the Midlands project is sponsored by the SC Developmental Disabilities Council and is set to begin in the summer of 2014 and will offer many opportunities for social, recreational activity, and networking through connections with community members, local businesses, staff and volunteers. This project proposes participants focus on goal attainment, develop physical and mental skills, hone social interaction, build self-esteem, and strengthen their sense of community and personal accomplishment.
Program Emphasis: Intellectual Disabilities
Type of Facility: Both Outdoor and Indoor
Wheelchair Accessible : Some Areas (call for details)
Age Ranges : All ages, Kids, Tweens, Teeens, Young Adults, Middle Aged, Senior Citizens
Meal/Food Availability : No
Application Required : Yes, Please email Greens@ArcMidlands.org   and provide the information below to sign-up for this program and be added to the mailing list for updated program and event activities.  We will be in touch soon!

Camp Name : Puzzle Pieces Camp(For children on the autism spectrum ages 4 and up-play, swim, art, music)

Date of camp:Seasonal
Cost :$30
Event Description: Darlington County Autism Support Group along with the Hartsville YMCA will host Puzzle Pieces Summer Camp for individuals on the autism spectrum for ages 4 and up.  The camp starts Monday, July 10 through Friday, July 14, 2017 from 9 am to 12 noon at the Hartsville YMCA located at 111 East Carolina Avenue in Hartsville. Snacks will be provided.  The cost is $30.00 which includes a t-shirt.  Please include size on registration. This camp is designed for children on the autism spectrum to have a fun and relaxed time like their peers which contain aspects of music and movement as well as developmentally appropriate cognitive and social skills. Children will engage in play, swim, art, and music. Our field trip this year will be going to Ed Venture! For more information on when and how to register, please contact Hartsville YMCA at 843.383.4547 or Coretta Bailey at 843.307.3386!
Program Emphasis: Intellectual Disabilities
Type of Facility: Both Outdoor and Indoor
Location: Hartsville YMCA,111 East Carolina Avenue,Hartsville,SC 29550
Phone:843-383-4547
Wheelchair Accessible : Yes
Age Ranges : Ages 4-12
Meal/Food Availability : Yes,Snack and drink.
Application Required : Yes,Application and brochure can be picked up at the Hartsville YMCA.

Camp Name : Learn to Play Sled Hockey(Learn to play sled hockey with Roger C. Peace at the Pavilion)

Date of camp:Seasonal
Cost :Free
Event Description: Learn to play Sled Hockey with Roger C Peace.  Clinic is free and is at Ice on Main in downtown Greenville.  RSVP required to Kristen Caldwell. 864-455-2627.
Program Emphasis: Physical Disabilities
Type of Facility: Outdoor
Wheelchair Accessible : Yes
Age Ranges : All ages, Kids, Tweens, Teeens, Young Adults, Middle Aged, Senior Citizens
Meal/Food Availability : No
Application Required : No

Camp Name : Krankcycle(Staionary, upper body cycle. Learn "spinning" and how to stay in shape)

Date of camp:Ongoing
Cost :Daily Life Center Fee
Event Description: The Krankcycle is a stationary, upper body cycle that can be used on your own or in any indoor cycling class at GHS's LIfe Center.  "Spinning" is a great way to stay in shape and meet new people!  Contact Kristen Caldwell for more information.  864-455-2627.
Program Emphasis: Physical Disabilities
Type of Facility: Indoor
Location: The Life Center,Greenville,SC
Wheelchair Accessible : Yes
Age Ranges : All ages, Kids, Tweens, Teeens, Young Adults, Middle Aged, Senior Citizens
Meal/Food Availability : No
Application Required : No

Camp Name : Skating Sled Rentals(Free sled skating rentals for public skate session-Greenville/Spartanburg/Columbia)

Date of camp:Ongoing
Cost :Free
Event Description: Free sled skating rentals during any public skate session, at any ice rink in the Greenville/Spartanburg/Colombia area.  Sled skating is for anyone who is unable to stand up skate.  To request a sled, contact Kristen Caldwell at 864-455-2627.
Program Emphasis: Physical Disabilities
Type of Facility: Both Outdoor and Indoor
Wheelchair Accessible : Yes
Age Ranges : All ages, Kids, Tweens, Teeens, Young Adults, Middle Aged, Senior Citizens
Meal/Food Availability : No
Application Required : No

Camp Name : Super Summer Camp(Day camp for children with special needs ages 8-21, indoor & outdoor activities)

Date of camp:Seasonal
Cost :$135/week
Event Description: Super Summer Camp is designed for children with special needs, ages 8-21. Daily activities include art projects, cooking classes, indoor and outdoor games, bowling, movie theater trips, and slip 'n' slides! Each week, our group goes on an out-of-town field trip to explore! In 2015, we will: Swim at Orangeburg Water Park, climb a canopy walk in Florence, go fishing at Saluda Shoals Park, kayak down the Saluda River, explore Discovery Place Museum in Charlotte, attend a marionette theatre performance, play at Otter Creek Water Park, feed the animals at Hollywild Animal Park, and even attend NASA camp at the Challenger Learning Center. Therapeutic Recreation can't wait for a great summer! Camp is held at Seven Oaks Park, Monday-Friday, 7:45am-6:00pm. Campers must bring a bag lunch each day. Morning and afternoon snacks will be provided. Participants must be moderately independent in all activities of daily living. We will have a 1:3 staff-to-child ratio. If closer supervision is needed, a personal assistant is required for attendance, though they may must provide their own transportation on out-of-town trips. Payment is due the Monday BEFORE each week your child participates in camp. Please contact Jordan O'Keefe for more information.
Program Emphasis: Intellectual Disabilities
Type of Facility: Both Outdoor and Indoor
Location: Seven Oaks Park,200 Leisure Lane,Columbia,SC 29210
Wheelchair Accessible : Some Areas (call for details)
Age Ranges : Ages 8-21
Meal/Food Availability : No
Application Required : Yes,Please fill out application at Seven Oaks Park or contact Jordan O'Keefe to have one sent to you: (803) 213-1194 jokeefe@icrc.net.REGISTRATION IS NOT COMPLETE WITHOUT PAYMENT. A waitlist will be utilized once weeks are full. Enrollment is first come, first served.