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Camp Lee Mar

Camp Lee Mar is a private residential special needs camp for children and teenagers with mild to moderate learning and developmental challenges. A structured environment, individual attention and guidance are emphasized at all times. Campers enjoy traditional camp activities PLUS academics, speech and language therapy, music and art therapy, daily living skills, sensory-motor-perceptual training, and computers. We also have therapeutic horseback riding and overnight trips. Heated pool, modern facilities and air-conditioned buildings, including bunks.

Trooper Island Camp

  • Lexington, KY U.S.A.

Camp Alamisco

  • Dadeville, AL U.S.A.

Bay Cliff Health Camp

  • Big Bay, MI U.S.A.

Florida Lions Camp

  • Lake Wales, FL U.S.A.

Golf School for the Blind

  • Akron, OH U.S.A.

Camp Dogwood

  • Sherrills Ford, NC U.S.A.

Camp Sunnybrook

  • Wilmington, DE U.S.A.

Lions Camp Tatiyee

  • Lakeside, AZ U.S.A.

Camp Inter-Actions

  • Georges Mills, NH U.S.A.

Columbia Lighthouse Technology Camp

  • Washington, DC U.S.A.

Camp Tuhsmeheta

  • Greenville, MI U.S.A.

Perkins School for the Blind

  • Watertown, MA U.S.A.

Georgia Lions Camp for the Blind

  • Waycross, GA U.S.A.

Wisconsin Lions Camp

  • Rosholt, WI U.S.A.

Missouri Lions Kids Kamp

  • Gallaton, MO U.S.A.

Alabama School for the Blind

  • Talladega, AL U.S.A.

Camp Marcella

  • Hasbrouck Heights, NJ U.S.A.

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