There’s a new camp in town. Morgan’s Wonderland recently finished the final touches on their special Morgan’s Wonderland Camp. The new camp gives people with physical and developmental disabilities new ways to access fun. Activities are for guests young and not-so-young and those with and without disabilities.
The camp is open year-round. It is the first camp where everyone can play together. It was built in the beautiful northern parts of San Antonio. It covers 102 acres of tree-filled Texas Hill Country. Each detail of the camp has kept easy access for all— which is its number one goal.
The camp has space for up to 525 campers and staff. Camp fun includes rock wall climbing, zip-lining, archery, horseback riding and more. The Four Seas water area has a large pool and a floating river feature. Campers enjoy a splash pad and a small, heated pool.
Paved paths wind through the camp. This gives easy access to those in wheelchairs. In addition to outdoor activities, there is an arts and crafts building as well as an indoor sports area. The barn is home to small animals and easy access points give campers in wheelchairs a way to see and pet the animals.
Want to attend the camp? Morgan’s Wonderland has scheduled family weekends for the general public. Families arrive on Friday evening and stay through breakfast on Sunday. Time in between is chock-full of fun activities for everyone. Price includes room, food and activities. Family members with a disability may attend free of charge if booked through the camp. All campers must register to attend the camp.
The website shares all the ways for someone to attend camp. Besides family weekends, non-profits partner with the camp to host Partner Camps. The camp also hosts corporate retreats and other events. Go to https://morganswonderlandcamp.com/ for more information or to register for a family weekend. Join in all the fun this camp has to offer.
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