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And Build a New Pool for the Kids This Summer! Camp Pa-Qua-Tuck is a summer sleep-away camp where children with physical and developmental disabilities can build self-esteem and experience social and personal growth. In order to make this summer experience an incredible one, we are working to raise $250,000 to construct a new swimming pool.
Summer camp is a safe, caring and unique environment prime for active learning on multiple levels: personal, social, physical and emotional. Even kids who struggle to learn in other settings often succeed at camp, including kids with attention deficit disorders and other mental disabilities. With its powerful potential to impact children in a positive way, […]
For good old-fashioned fun and structured freedom, kids and parents alike look forward to a summer away from home. Kids with special needs (and their parents) are no exception. But for most first-time special needs campers and parents, venturing out into the world at camp raises questions and concerns. From camp policies on attention, to […]
On May 12 the Moriches Pa-Qua-Tuck Squaws will hold the annual Inlet Ride to benefit Camp Pa-Qua-Tuck. Pedal from the Moriches Inlet, Cupsogue Beach to Shinnecock Inlet and back. 28 miles round trip.
On December 14, 2017 the Moriches Pa-Qua-Tuck Squaws presented a check to the Camp for $200,000.00! The Squaws raise funds for the Camp each and every year, and this year’s donation was unprecedented. The Squaws are an absolutely amazing group of women.
Beatles Tribute Fundraiser at Camp Pa-Qua-Tuck! Beatles cover band playing all of your favorites from the greatest band.
Join Moriches Rotary for our annual Oktoberfest celebration!
Spooky Walk Dates for 2018 are October 19, 20, 26 and 27. Please save the dates and join us at the Camp for great Halloween Fun.
Situated on the bank of Kaler’s Pond in Center Moriches, Long Island, visitors to Camp Pa-Qua-Tuck enjoy some of the best outdoor ice hockey this side of the Canadian border.
Children and teens love the summer — but is the feeling mutual? According to the National Summer Learning Association, the summer makes students vulnerable to forgetting the skills acquired during the academic year, losing months of grade level equivalency and gaining excessive weight. Summer camp can help reverse the decline.