Camp Hidden Valley serves 130 girls and boys with and without special needs, ages eight to 12. At this unique camp, children with and without disabilities live and play together and find out how much they have in common. Hidden Valley of special needs including sickle-cell anemia, cerebral palsy, muscular dystrophy, hearing impairments, emotional problems and physical disabilities that require the children to use wheel chairs, braces or crutches.
Camp activities include art, hiking, nature, and creative writing. The new specially-designed pool complex is enjoyed by children who use wheelchairs, braces, or other forms of assistance. At Camp Hidden Valley, children with special needs dream climbing mountains, learning to swim, laughing with new friends - and they realize those dreams.
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