2000 Aldersgate Road



We offer discounted camper fees to families, thanks to the generosity of our donors. These pricing tiers are based on household income and do not reflect the true cost of camp sessions. No matter which pricing tier you choose, the experience, amenities and level of care is the same value of $3,700 per session.

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Many funding opportunities exist to help pay for your camper’s experience at Camp Aldersgate in addition to the discounted camp fees.


Camp Aldersgate is able to provide additional financial assistance through a limited number of scholarships. If you are interested in applying for a scholarship, please email [email protected] to begin your application process.

Some agencies offer funding for individuals with specific medical conditions to attend Camp Aldersgate. Check out your local health partners to see what options may exist. Participants attending Muscular Dystrophy Camp or Spinal Disorders Camp must be registered with the Muscular Dystrophy Association or Arkansas Spinal Cord Commission to qualify for agency funding.

Families may be eligible for a 20% discount* on each additional camper’s fee. For more information regarding the sibling discount, please contact the Camp Aldersgate office. *Valid for Kota Camps & Weekend Camps only. Siblings must attend the same session to qualify for sibling discount.

If your camper has an existing Waiver or PASSE, you may be able to use funds to help pay for your camp session. If you do not know if you have Waiver or PASSE, or are interested in applying, visit passe.arkansas.gov or call 1-833-402-0672.


If your camper does not qualify for Waiver or PASSE, has a physical disability, and meets other requirements by the DHS, you might be eligible for funding through the Children with Chronic Health Conditions (CHC) program. To learn more about this program, visit humanservices.arkansas.gov.


Each session has specific criteria for eligibility. Please carefully review the information below before completing your CampBrain registration.

Each camper must complete a Physician’s Authorization Form to attend camp. The form may be found on your CampBrain portal or downloaded by clicking on the button below.

Download Physician’s Authorization Form


Muscular Dystrophy Camp fees are funded by the Muscular Dystrophy Association. Campers must be between the ages of 8-17, have a neuromuscular disease, and must also be registered with the MDA in order to attend this camp.

Theme: Road Trip

Kota Camps are inclusive camping experiences for campers with and without intellectual, developmental, and/or physical disabilities. These camps are available for children ages 6–18. We encourage campers to attend with a friend or a sibling.

Priority for camper enrollment will be as follows:

  1. A “pair” consisting of disabled and non-disabled friends applying together or disabled and non-disabled siblings applying together.
  2. Individual with a disability.
  3. Individual without a disability.
  4. Second pair of applicants from same family.

Theme: Survivor

Spinal Disorders Camp is designed to serve individuals ages 6-18 with spinal cord injuries or disabilities. Camper fees are funded by the Arkansas Spinal Cord Commission (ASCC) for campers between the ages of 6-16 that meet the ASCC medical eligibility criteria and are on the ASCC registry. Campers ages 17-18 years old will be responsible for covering their own cost to attend camp.

To be added to the ACSS registry, please fill out this form.

Theme: Superheroes

CAKBO Camp is designed to serve individuals ages 6-18 with cardiac disorders, arthritis, kidney disorders, bleeding disorders, and oncology patients.

If your camper has a chronic health condition but doesn’t fall under one of these diagnoses, please reach out to the program team at [email protected] to see if your camper would be a good fit for this session.

Theme: Superheroes

Audiology Camp (AIM-HI) is a camp program for mainstreamed students entering grades 5-10 who are deaf or hard of hearing and use spoken language to communicate. The purpose of the program is to enhance communication skills and expand academic success in a “holistic” fashion.

The program fees for this camp are funded by Arkansas Children’s.

Theme: Archetypes – Your beliefs about yourself influence the story you are writing about your life.

Diabetes Camp serves campers ages 7-14 with a type 1 diabetes diagnosis. The cost to attend Diabetes Camp is determined by the American Diabetes Association’s (ADA) tier structure. Camper fees will be collected by the ADA. You must be register for Diabetes Camp through both the ADA and Camp Aldersgate.

ADA will open their registration on February 14th, which you can find here.

Theme: TBA

The Young Adult Camp is designed to serve individuals ages 19-35 with intellectual, developmental, and/or physical disabilities.

Theme: Summer Olympics


If you have any questions about pricing or funding options, please do not hesitate to contact us at 501-225-1444 or [email protected].

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