Camp Aldersgate’s Weekend Camps provide developmentally appropriate opportunities for our campers that promote cognitive, physical, social and emotional growth in a fun, engaging, camp setting. Activity planning for each weekend includes a mix of physical activities, art, outdoor activities and structured and free-play. Weekend Camps are open for each camper to attend a maximum of six times in a school year.
*Covid-19 vaccine required to attend in-person programming*
2022 Weekend Camp Dates:
May 13th-15th, Spring Kota Weekend Camp
September 9th-11th, Fall Kota Weekend Camp
Kota Camps are inclusive camping experiences for campers with and without medical conditions and/or disabilities. These camps are available for children ages 6–18, and we encourage campers to attend with a friend or a sibling.
Weekend Camps serve campers with special needs who fall within the age range of 6–18 and who meet one of the following criteria:
- Eligible for one of the summer camps (with exception of increased medical needs: respiratory technology, nurse dependent dialysis, diabetes, and mild-to-moderate Asthma diagnosis).
- Receives special education and “related services” in the school setting to increase academic achievement and functional performance.
- Requires use of assistive devices and adaptations to complete Activities of Daily Living (ADLs).
Online registration opens February 1st for 2022 Weekend Camps! Once your application has been processed, Camp will contact you to schedule a tour of Camp and answer any questions you may have.
*Please Note: A complete application, including your Physician’s Authorization, is necessary to secure placement in any of our programs.
Camp Aldersgate will place campers on a first-come, first-served basis. For questions or clarifications, please email us or call our office at 501.225.1444.
Counselors and Volunteers
Applications for counselor and volunteer positions for 2022 Weekend Camps will open February 1st.
Camp Aldersgate is accredited by the American Camp Association.
Notice of Non-Discrimination – It is the policy of Camp Aldersgate not to discriminate on the basis of race, color, national or ethnic origin, political or religious opinion or affiliation, age, gender or disability in camp-administered activities and programs.