For sixty years, Easter Seals UCP North Carolina & Virginia has provided quality recreational camp programming. Camp Easter Seals UCP, established in 1957 in Craig County, Virginia is enjoyed by over 400 individuals each year.
Camp Easter Seals UCP is designed to offer children and adults with disabilities the opportunity to enjoy fun and challenging activities in a supportive and cooperative atmosphere. From campfire sing-a-longs and talent shows to canoeing, nature walks, swimming and arts & crafts, the Easter Seals UCP Virginia camping program provides the excitement and activity of a traditional summer camp program in a beautiful, accessible setting.
Camp Easter Seals UCP is accredited by the American Camp Association. Safety of the campers and staff are of primary concern in each of our programs. Precautions are taken in all activities to avoid unnecessary risks and the possibility of accidents.
We believe that all children and adults with disabilities should have the opportunity to participate in traditional camp activities. Our accessible camp facility can accommodate campers with a wide range of special needs. To best determine a camper's eligibility, Easter Seals UCP staff will carefully review each camper’s application.
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About Easter Seals UCP North Carolina & Virginia
Headquartered in Raleigh, NC with programs and services throughout North Carolina and Virginia, Easter Seals UCP is a lifelong partner to families managing disabilities and mental health challenges. The nonprofit serves more than 20,000 individuals and their families annually through an array of services. Easter Seals UCP enhances the quality of life for individuals and maximizes their potential for engaging in their communities. For more information on Easter Seals UCP North Carolina & Virginia, please visit our website.