Weekend Camps 2022

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.

2022 Weekend Camp Dates:

March 11th-13th

April 22nd-24th

May 13th-15th, Spring Kota Weekend Camp

September 9th-11th, Fall Kota Weekend Camp

October 21st-23rd

November 4th-6th

December 9th-11th

Eligibility

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).

Registration

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.

*Please Note: A complete application, including your Physician’s Authorization, is necessary to secure placement in any of our programs. For the safety of our campers and counselors, a Covid-19 vaccination is required for in-person programming.

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.