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Camp Frog

5278 Camp ASCCA Road, Jackson’s Gap, AL  map




ASA hosts 35+ families at the annual September Family Camp ASCCA, Camp FROG. Children on the autism spectrum enjoy traditional camp activities in a supportive environment with their families.The Autism Society of Alabama. Camp ASCCA, Jackson’s Gap. September 15-17; Ages 6-18 years and their families. Scholarships available.

Contact & Learn More:

Phone: 205-951-1364

Web: www.autism-alabama.org

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Easter Seals Camp ASCCA

5278 Camp ASCCA Road, Jackson’s Gap, AL  map




Alabama’s Special Camp for Children and Adults. ASCCA is a nationally recognized leader in therapeutic recreation for children and adults with both physical and mental disabilities. Providing weekend and week sessions, open year-round. Located in Alabama on Lake Martin, offers campers a wide variety of recreational and educational activities. Activities include horseback riding, fishing, tubing, swimming, environmental education, arts and crafts, canoeing, a “splash pad”, outdoor adventure elements like the zip-line, and much more.

Contact & Learn More:

Phone: 256-825-9226

Web: www.campascca.org


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Camp AMIGOS Day Camp

(Amazingly Made In God’s Own Spirit)

Contact 1:Jessica Jewell

Contact 2:Traci Culverhouse

569.2482, 301.0872

Camp Mash

P.O. Box 850548, Mobile, AL 36685,
(251) 599-5688, www.campmash.orgcampmashmobile@gmail.com

Camp Seale Harris

(205) 402-0415, www.campsealeharris.org

Camp Shocco for the Deaf

1314 Shocco Springs Road, Talladega, AL,
256-761-1100, www.campshocco.org

Camp Smile-a-Mile-Alabama’s Program for Children with Cancer

1(205) 323.8427 or 1 (334) 500.7920, www.campsam.org

Camp Sugar Falls & Camp Seale Harris

(205) 402.0415, www.southeasterndiabetes.org

Lakeshore Foundation

(205) 313.7400, www.lakeshore.org