Camp Sno-Mo, supported for the last 30 years by the New Hampshire Snowmobile Association, at Hidden Valley in Gilmanton continues to provide a nationally hailed residential summer camping program for more than 200 boys and girls with disabilities, ages 13-21, integrated with able-bodied Boy Scouts from the Daniel Webster Council.
Camp Sno-Mo is an inclusive camping program that partners the Boy Scouts with children who have physical and cognitive disabilities. Our success has grown to include: integrated residential summer camps; school vacation camps; and adult vacation programs.
This inclusive, residential program offers sailing, canoeing, fishing, volleyball, hiking, a ropes course, and craft activities for campers with disabilities to experience alongside able-bodied boy scouts.
Sleeping accommodations include accessible, traditional two-camper tents on platforms, as well as the Easter Seals lodge, wit hits accessible rooms, therapeutic whirlpool, adaptive bathrooms, and kitchen in a home-like setting. The care and welfare of our campers are a priority at Easter Seals Camp Sno-Mo, with a nurse on staff 24-hours a day.
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