Center for Learning and Leadership posts summer camps across the area

Summer Camps

The following is a list of summer camps in and near Oklahoma for people with disabilities. There are also many more summer camps for children in Oklahoma that are not set up specifically for children with disabilities or special health care needs

Camp Barnabas (Purdy, MO): A Christian camp for children, teens, and adults with medical, physical or developmental disabilities, and their siblings.  Call 417-476-2565 or visit the camp’s website at for more information.

Camp of Champs (Quartz Mountain State Park, Lone Wolf, OK) A residential camp for children ages 6-13 sponsored by Cameron University.  The camp will be held May 30- June 2.  Applications and health forms are due March 31st, 2016.  For more information, click here:

Camp ClapHans (Norman, OK): A camp for children ages 8-16 with special needs, an outreach project of the JD McCarty Center for Children with Developmental Disabilities. Visit for more information.

Camp Grey Squirrel (Gore, OK and Tahlequah, OK): Camps for children with autism spectrum disorders. For more information, visit:.

Camp Perfect Wings (Oklahoma City, OK): A camp for children (ages 8 and up) and adults with special needs sponsored by the Baptist General Convention of Oklahoma. For more information visit or call 405-942-3800, ext. 463.

Camp Tumbleweed (Oklahoma City, OK): A camp for teenagers and young adults with disabilities located on the Dale Rogers Training Center’s main campus. For more information, visit or contact the Camp Tumbleweed coordinator at (405) 946-4489 ext. 1504.

Loving Hands Ranch (Sulphur, OK): Christian camp for children and teens who are Deaf. For more information visit or call 580-559-2498. You also may e-mail

Make Promises Happen (Guthrie, OK): Camps for children and adults with a variety of developmental disabilities. Visit  or call 405-282-2811 or 1-800-299-2811 for more information.

Oklahomans Without Limitations (Edmond, OK): Free camp for individuals ages   8-18 with a visual impairment. Visit for more information..


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