Camps

Explore both adapted and inclusive camp options in Calgary offered by a variety of the Calgary Adapted Hub partner organizations. Check back regularly, as camp offerings are continually updated and vary by season, age, and abilities.

City of Calgary: Day Camps

Registration is currently closed for day camp programs. Please check the City of Calgary website (calgary.ca/liveandplay) for the most up to date information on program registration for summer 2022.

Calgary Recreation wants to welcome participants of all abilities. Call 311 to find out how we work together to make adaptations in the program. Day camps are traditionally offered at:

Foothills Athletic Park, 2431 Crowchild Trail NW
Glenmore Aquatic Centre, 5330 19 St SW
Glenmore Sailing Club,  8601 24 St SW
New Brighton Athletic Park, 5801 130 Ave SE
North Mount Pleasant Art Centre,  523 27 Ave NW
Optimist Athletic Park, 5020 26 Ave SW
Southland Leisure Centre,  2000 Southland Dr SW
Thornhill Aquatic and Recreation Centre, 6715 Centre St NW

University of Calgary: Adapted Sport & Recreation Camp

Registration for this program is currently closed. Thank you to those who joined us for Summer 2021 camp! We look forward to welcoming you back in Summer 2022. Please check the University of Calgary Active Living website for the most up to date information on program registration. 

Traditionally, this camp is centered upon giving campers with physical disabilities the opportunity to explore various adapted sport, recreational, and leisure activities. Different programs from the Calgary area will provide the opportunity for each camper to experience a trial of the adapted physical activity programming they offer throughout the year. Campers will get to challenge themselves physically through activities such as: sledge hockey, cycling, swimming, and a variety of wheelchair sports like basketball, rugby/lacrosse and fencing. Campers will also get to explore their creative side through dance, gymnastics and art. Our goal is to increase each camper’s confidence in their ability to participate in school and community programs. This camp is offered in partnership with the Vi Riddell Pediatric Rehabilitation Research Program and the Calgary Adapted Hub powered by Jumpstart.

Get One-on-One Support

Not sure which program suits you? We’re here to help. Book a free consultation with an experienced member of our team to discuss your interests and abilities. Together, we’ll explore all options in the city to find the sport or activity that suits you!

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