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Youth Program Details

Activities Offered
  • Camp
Participants Served
  • Age range of participants:

    0 - 3 years: No

    3 - 5 years: No

    6 - 12 years: Yes

    13 - 18 years: Yes

    18 - 21 years: Yes

Adaptive Equipment
  • Adaptive equipment available

  • Accessible by Public Transportation: No

  • Transportation Provided by the Program: No


Outdoors for All Day Camps provide an active camp environment for children with and without disabilities ages 5 � 21. Our camp strives to build each camper�s social development, self-confidence and fine and gross motor skills by accommodating the needs of each camper. Camps are designed to provide a welcoming, fun and nurturing environment; activities are structured as �challenge by choice�, allowing for a wide variety of abilities, fitness and fun!

Camps: Outdoor recreation activities such as cycling, swimming, hiking, kayaking and rock climbing are the core of Outdoors for All Day Camps. On top of our core activities, we also take trips to local zoos, parks, aquariums and other fun-filled community excursions. During each session campers will enjoy the wonders of outdoor recreation, make new friends and take part in new and exciting experiences. Day Campers will need to bring their own lunch/snacks, water and dress appropriately for the specific activity and weather.

Outdoors for All operates 22 different weekday camp sessions over the summer school holiday generally between the hours of 9am and 3pm (occasional activities may require an earlier start due to travel). You can sign up for as many camps as your heart desires! Come to one or come all summer long. To sign up for camps, pick the sessions you are interested in and check them off on the registration form. Also make sure to choose your transportation preferences (pick-up/drop-off locations).

Outdoors for All�s main base camp locations are Warren G. Magnuson Park in Seattle and Lake Sammamish State Park in Issaquah. Each park has a unique mix of bike trails, open water, playgrounds, sports fields and natural areas. Magnuson is also host to Outdoors for All�s year round Equipment Rental and Program office. Stretching one mile along Lake Washington�s shoreline and 350 acres, Magnuson Park is Seattle�s second largest park and offers additional options for rock climbing as well as partner programs with the YMCA and other summer camps. Outdoors for All�s aim is to remove economic barriers that may prevent participants from accessing the outdoors. Financial Scholarships are available to participants. Outdoors for All awards partial financial scholarships based on the application guidelines listed below. To be considered for financial scholarships, applications must be received within two weeks of your registration or two weeks before the beginning of the program whichever is longer.