Amigo Centre: Located in Sturgis, Michigan, Amigo Centre offers one week of day camp for children with autism. Campers are paired with one-on-one aides and are integrated into the typical day camp experience. In addition, Amigo Centre works with campers and guests to adapt programs and lodging to their specific needs as much as possible.
Camp Friedenswald: Located in Cassopolis, Michigan, Friedenswald has cabins and lodge rooms that are accessible for people with physical disabilities. They strive to accommodate food allergies and dietary restrictions for all guests and work with parents and campers to accommodate specific needs.
Hidden Acres: Located in New Hamburg, Ontario, Hidden Acres offers accessible facilities as well as programs for people with disabilities. The Community, Life and Skills Program (CLASP) runs during the school year for young adults with disabilities. They offer two weeks of Supported Young Adults Camp (SYAC) for young adults (ages 16–35) with disabilities during the summer, where campers can experience typical camp activities and activities planned specifically for them. Main facilities meet Canada's accessibility standards.
Camp Pine Lake: A small camp in Eldora, Iowa, Camp Pine Lake adapts and makes accommodations on a case-by-case basis, including sign language interpreters for Deaf children and one-on-one aides for teens with intellectual disabilities. Physical accessibility has been enhanced with accessible showers and other modifications to facilities.
Shepherd's Spring: Located in Sharpsburg, Maryland, all the facilities meet ADA guidelines. Staff work with guests on a case-by-case basis to shape their stay in a way that meets their specific needs: cabins with ramps or in lodge rooms on the first floor, golf carts for those who cannot access the trails, printing materials in large font, and so forth. The staff also partners with mental health organizations for programming on an as-needed basis.
Spruce Lake Retreat: Located in Canadensis, Pennsylvania, Spruce Lake's main facilities are fully ADA-approved. Their main lodge includes rooms with adjoining caregiver rooms and ADA bathrooms. They host week-long summer family camps for Joni and Friends International Disability Ministry.
Camp Swatara: a Church of the Brethren camp in Bethel, PA, Camp Swatara hosts Monarch Camp, a week for campers with intellectual disabilities.
We Are Able Workcamp: Hosted by the Church of the Brethren and FaithX, We Are Able is an annual, short-term volunteer service opportunity for intellectually disabled and autistic young adults. Participants stay together in a college dorm, volunteer at local organizations, and worship together with daily devotions.