2000 Aldersgate Road

Summer Camps

That's a wrap for Summer 2022!

Stay tuned for 2023 dates

We could not provide these life-changing opportunities for our campers without the support of our medical advisory board, Camp Aldersgate Board of Directors, health agencies, medical team, counselors, volunteers, donors and community. Thank you to all who help make our Summer Camps possible!

Take a look at how much fun we had this summer!

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Residential Camps

Our week-long residential camp experiences are for children ages 6-26 (age ranges vary by camp), which includes campers ranging from a wide spectrum of disabilities and/or medical conditions.

  • Provides the in-person opportunity for campers to meet peers who share similar experiences and/or diagnoses while also having fun and experiencing new adventures.
  • Fees are determined on a sliding scale based on family income. More information can be found in the camper application packet.

2023 Summer Dates TBD

Muscular Dystrophy Camp
Kota I Camp
Kota II Camp
Cardiac, Arthritis, Kidney, Bleeding Disorders & Oncology Camp
Diabetes Camp
Spina Bifida Camp
Kota III Camp



Residential Summer Camps are week-long residential camping experiences for campers with specific medical diagnoses.

Kota Camps are inclusive camping experiences for campers with and without medical conditions and/or disabilities. These camps are available for children ages 6–26, and we encourage campers to attend with a friend or a sibling.


See you next Summer!

We strongly encourage you to complete registration as soon as possible to help ensure your child’s participation. If you have any questions, just give us a call at our office: (501) 225-1444 or email one of our program team at [email protected]. A complete application, including your Physician’s Authorization, is necessary to secure placement in any of our programs.

COVID-19 Prevention Policy

Safety has always been our top priority. At Camp Aldersgate, Inc. we look to our Med Camps, Inc. board for medical safety guidance. Our medical advisory board still strongly recommends that all campers be fully vaccinated against COVID-19. However, based on available research and the decrease in active cases, COVID-19 vaccination is no longer required to attend in-person camps for most of our programs including Kota Camp; Cardiac, Arthritis & Kidney Disorders Camp; Diabetes Camp; Spina Bifida Camp; Bleeding Disorders & Oncology Camp; and Weekend Camps.

The requirement for camper vaccination at our Muscular Dystrophy camp, however, will remain in place. All volunteers, counselors and staff are still required to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19.

We will continue to monitor the evolving health standards and recommendations from the medical community and adjust protocols as needed.

If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to our Director of Programs at [email protected].

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