Retreats, Camps & Recreational Programs for Amputation
Programs are listed in alphabetical order by program name by accepting campers from anywhere in the United States (National) first, then alphabetical by state. Click on the program name for details.
Also look for programs listed under:Limb Prosthesis
There are 34 programs for Amputation.
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|Program Name||Summary||Accepts Campers From||Location|
|Adventure Amputee Camp||A camp for children ages 8-17 with amputations or limb differences to help them stretch their potential and imagination.||National||North Carolina|
|Adventure Amputee Camp - Winter Camp||A camp for children ages 7-17 with amputations or limb differences to help them stretch their potential and imagination.||National||Virginia|
|Adventure Camp, Inc||A four-day summer camp for amputees ages 6-18.||National||Virginia|
|Camp Cavett||Five day summer camp for youth suffering with chronic or life-threatening illnesses.||National||Oklahoma|
|Camp No Limits - California||Camp for young people with limb loss, and their families.||National||California|
|Camp No Limits - Connecticut||Camp for young people with limb loss or limb abnormalities and their families.||National||Connecticut|
|Camp No Limits - Florida||Camp for young people with limb loss, and their families.||National||Florida|
|Camp No Limits - Idaho||Camp for young people with limb loss, and their families.||National||Idaho|
|Camp No Limits - Maine||Camp for young people with limb loss, and their families.||National||Maine|
|Camp No Limits - Maryland||Camp for young people with limb loss, and their families.||National||Maryland|
|Camp No Limits - Missouri||Camp for young people with limb loss, and their families.||National||Missouri|
|Camp No Limits - Texas||Camp for young people with limb loss or limb abnormalities and their families.||National||Texas|
|Camp sNOw Limits - Maine||Camp for young people with limb loss or limb abnormalities and their families.||National||Maine|
|Kiwanis Camp Casey||Week-long summer camp for physically disabled children ages 6-17.||National||Washington|
|Lima Foxtrot - Operation Perserverance||Military personnel who have sustained physical injuries are introduced to competitive sports opportunities offered at the Paralympic level.||National||Alabama|
|NAC Action Camp||Camp sessions designed to support the development of youth and athletes ages 12– 17 who have amputations and/or spinal cord injuries||National||Utah|
|NSN Pirate Camp||Weekend camp for disabled children, friends and family members.||National||Florida|
|Ocean Cure Charity Camps||Free surfing lessons for medically fragile and at-risk youth and adults.||National||North Carolina|
|Operation Refocus||Female-only camp for military servicewomen who have sustained spinal cord injuries, traumatic brain injuries, vision impairments, amputations, burns and/or disfigurements while serving our country.||National||Alabama|
|Paddy Rossbach Youth Camp||A week long summer camp experience for children ages 10-17 who have lost limbs or who were born with limb differences.||National||Ohio|
|Lakeshore Youth Programs||Year-round programs for youth ages 3-19 with physical disabilities and their family members.||Alabama||Alabama|
|Lima Foxtrot - Lakeshore Family Camp||For servicemen and women, and their family members, who have been severely injured in recent conflicts and have suffered an injury, such as spinal cord injury, traumatic brain injury, amputation or visual impairment. Children must be 5 years or older to attend||Alabama||Alabama|
|Operation Endurance||Operation Endurance enables servicemen and women who have sustained an injury or illness during active duty ongoing access to Lakeshore’s membership programs at no cost. This is available for all who have sustained a service-connected injury or illness resulting in physical disability, regardless of when they served.
||Alabama; greater Birmingham area||Alabama|
|AmpSurf California||Provides adaptive surfing and other outdoor activities to all individuals with disabilities.||California||California|
|C.A.M.O. - Challenge Aspen Military Opportunities||A variety of winter and summer programs for veterans with cognitive or physical disabilities.||Colorado||Colorado|
|BlazeSports America All-Star Summer Camp||Offers a weeklong overnight camp experience providing kids with a physical disability the chance to learn, play and participate in a variety of adaptive sports and recreational physical activities.||Southeastern United States||Georgia|
|AmpSurf East Coast||Provides adaptive surfing and other outdoor activities to all individuals with disabilities.||Rhode Island
|UM Rehab Adapted Sports Programs||Program provides therapeutic sports programs for individuals that have experienced a stroke, brain injury, spinal cord injury or amputation, as well as for those who live with a chronic health condition that carries some level of physical limitation.||Maryland||Maryland|
|Charles Campbell Children's Camp||Week-long summer camp for children ages 8-18 with physical disabilities including but not limited to; sight or hearing impairment, cerebral palsy, spina bifida, amputee, gross motor skill impairments, and other disabilities. They don't stop kids from enjoying their time at camp in the beautiful Beartooth Mountains.
|Elks Camp Moore||A week-long camp for children with special needs ages 7-18.||New Jersey||New Jersey|
|Moran Camp Xtreme||Week-long sports camp for children and young adults with physical disabilities, ages 8-21.||Texas||Texas|
|Peaceable Kingdom Retreat for Children||Weekend retreats for children with chronic illnesses and special needs ages 3-22 and their families.||Texas||Texas|
|Texas Lions Camp - Camping for Children with Physical Disabilities||Week-long camp for children with a primary physical disability ages 7-16.||Texas||Texas|
|Fairfax Falcons Paralympic Sports||Paralympic sports program for individuals under the age of 22, who have not graduated from high school and who have an irreversible lower extremity disability.||Virginia||Virginia|