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Events at Camp Pa-Qua-Tuck
Events at Camp Pa-Qua-Tuck
Events at Camp Pa-Qua-Tuck
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Camp Schedule

Fall/Winter 2014  and Spring 2015 Respite Program

We hold a Fall, Winter, and Spring Respite Program throughout the year, transforming the 60-plus-year-old camp into a year-round destination for children and young adults with disabilities.

Children and young adults up to the age of 21 arrive on Friday evening and leave on Sunday afternoon. There is a new theme each weekend. Campers can participate in various activities, including baking, arts and crafts, games, and watching movies.

The weekends available are as follows:

    • November 21-23
    • December 12-14 and December 19-21
    • January 9-11 and January 23-25
    • February 13-15 and February 27- March 1
    • March 6-8 and March 20-22
    • April 10-12 and April 24-26
    • May 8-10 and May 22-24


Online Registration Form

The cost of each weekend (Friday to Sunday) is $350. The camp requires a $50 deposit per session which is non-refundable unless registration is canceled 30 days prior to the session.

Check-in for campers is at 8 p.m. on Friday and check-out is at 3 p.m. on Sunday. Because the resources are packed away until the summer, campers are required to bring their own sheets, blankets, pillows, towels, and toiletries.

Up to 20 campers will be admitted for each weekend. During those weekends, the camp will be staffed by Camp Pa-Qua-Tuck’s counselors and the camp nurse.

For more information and to register your child, contact Johneen or Bridget at 631-878-1070 or e-mail us at camppaquatuck@optonline.net.

 

Summer 2015 Camp Schedule

There will be ten sessions that run for six days each. The sessions are dedicated to certain types of campers (see chart below). However, groupings do not represent strict requirements and serve merely as guidelines.

Session Dates Groupings Age
I Sunday – Friday
June 21 – June 26
Physically & Developmental challenged including Autism Alumni Week   18 +Year Old
II Sunday – Friday
June 28 – July 3
Physically & Developmental challenged including Autism 15-21 Year Olds + Alumni
III Sunday – Friday
July 5   –   July 10
Physically & Developmental challenged including Autism 6-14 Year Olds
IV Sunday – Friday
July 12   – July 17
Physically & Developmental challenged including Autism 15-21 Year Olds + Alumni
V Sunday – Friday
July 19 – July 24
Physically & Developmental challenged including Autism 6-14 Year Olds
VI Sunday – Friday
July 26   –   July 31
Physically & Developmental challenged including Autism 15-21 Year Olds + Alumni
VII Sunday – Friday
Aug. 2 –  Aug. 7
Physically & Developmental challenged including Autism UNAVAILABLE
VIII Sunday – Friday
Aug. 9 –   Aug. 14
Physically & Developmental challenged including Autism 6-14 Year Olds
IX Sunday – Friday
Aug. 16 – Aug. 21
Physically & Developmental challenged including Autism 15-21 Year Olds
X Sunday – Friday
Aug. 23 – Aug. 28
Physically & Developmental challenged including Autism 6-14 Year Olds
XI Sunday – Friday
Aug. 30 – Sept. 4
Physically & Developmental challenged including Autism 15-21 Year Olds

* Only campers for this age group will be able to register for this session.

Online Registration Form

Each session is designed to help the campers achieve equality, dignity, and maximum independence through a safe and quality program of camping, recreation, and education in a summertime environment. The camp aims to help each child reach beyond the limits of their physical and mental challenges, encouraging them to join fellow campers in activities.

Check-in for the weekly sessions is from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. on Sunday. Check-out is by 11 a.m. A late fee of $25 per hour will be assessed if the camper is not picked up by check-out time. Registration is $895 for a weekly session.(Registration is still open, but check with the camp for availability of each session.)

“We are looking forward to having new campers attend the camp this season,” said Camp Director Bridget Costello. “These children will definitely enjoy themselves with all the fun-filled activities that the camp has to offer. It will be a summer that they will remember forever.”

The Camp is also looking for contributors interested in sponsoring a child’s experience. For more information, or to register your child, call Johneen or Bridget at (631) 878-1070, email camppaquatuck@optonline.net or visit http://www.camppaquatuck.com.

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