Camp Adventures

For families who have a child with a disability ages 5-21. 

All physical abilities will be accommodated.

Camp Adventures 2024
 August 4 - 7

The Classic Summer Camp Experience!

Camp slots will be filled based on:

  • Those who are aging out of camp
  • Those who have been on the waitlist in past years
  • Those who are located in Santa Cruz County
  • Logistics of lodging/numbers of heads on beds

Participant Limit: 6 members/group
Cost:  $100 per family
The entire cost of the camp is covered by a $100 non-refundable deposit per family. thanks to the generous sponsorship of the Taylor Family Foundation.

Camp Adventures is an overnight, 4-day summer camp designed for children with special needs and their families/caretakers. The four days will be jam-packed with fun activities such as pool time, lawn games, arts & crafts, rock climbing wall, archery, campfires with s’mores, and more all in a supportive and safe environment. The camp offers shared lodging in fully accessible, modern cabins and a dining hall that can accommodate ANY dietary needs. Caregivers and family members are completely included in the fun. Join families from all around the Bay Area to make new connections, reconnect with old friends, and reach new goals with your family.

This unique family camp is made possible through our Camp Counselors, Kitchen Liaison, and Camp Nurse. We bring 15-20 volunteers to facilitate our camp fun. All meals, lodging, and activities are included in this unforgettable experience.

Camp Adventures Highlights

  • 102 Campers + 20 Volunteers!
  • Delicious Meals
  • Rock Climbing Wall
  • Music Therapy
  • Archery with Dave Mchuron
  • Pool Time
  • Special Evening Entertainment

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Taylor Family Foundation Sponsors

Shared Adventures would like to recognize The Taylor Family Foundation for sponsoring Camp Adventures. The Taylor Family Foundation’s mission is to preserve the wellness and enhance the quality of life for children in Northern California with life- threatening and chronic illnesses, disabilities and youth at-risk through unique therapeutic experiences and support. For more information, visit them at,,

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