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Youth Recreation

Swim team athletes, children painting a picture, boy running on the track, girl having a tennis lesson

 

Looking for summer youth schedules and registration? Visit our Summer Youth Activities page.

2022 Summer Camps

Lakeshore summer camps are open to Lakeshore members and non-members with a physical disability. Age appropriate siblings or a friend without a disability are welcome at camps and events where noted.

Super & Mini Super Saturday – Ages 3-18
Saturday April 23, 9 a.m.-3 p.m.
Super and Mini Super Saturday is a fun-filled day of adapted sports and activities. Each child with a physical disability may invite an age appropriate friend or sibling(s).

Inclusion Camp – Ages 6 to 16
June 6-9, 9 a.m.-3 p.m.
Inclusion Camp is all about movement! From recreation and games to rhythm and music, campers have a blast moving together. Each child with a physical disability may invite an age appropriate friend or sibling(s).

Camp Strive – Ages 4 to 19
June 17-19 or August 5-7
This family overnight camp offers a weekend of outdoor activities including swimming, adapted water skiing, tubing, fishing and kayaking. Camp is held at Children’s Harbor in Lake Martin, AL.

Camp Ignite – Ages 8 to 16
June 27-29, 9 a.m.-3 p.m.
Our newest camp, Camp Ignite offers a variety of indoor and outdoor sport and recreation activities. From tennis and cycling to camping and geocaching, campers learn and develop new skills in a fun and welcoming environment.

2022 Winter/Spring Programs

Lakeshore’s Winter/Spring programs run January 3 – May 12. Registration is required for all programs. View our 2022 Winter/Spring Youth Activities Flyer for all youth aquatics, recreation, fitness and athletes programs.

Fresh
Tuesdays & Thursdays 5-5:45 p.m.
For youth members age 6-18 with a disability and age appropriate siblings
Fresh is a land-based program promoting physical fitness through recreational activities and sports like yoga, cycling, climbing and more.

Kid Power
Mondays & Wednesdays 4:45-5:30 p.m.
For youth members age 6-14 with a disability
Kid Power is a land-based program featuring fun recreational and fitness games geared toward increasing endurance, strength, balance and motor skills.

Mini Super Saturday
February (TBD) and April 23: 9-11:30 a.m.
For youth members age 3-6 with a disability and an age appropriate sibling or friend
Mini Super Saturday is a fun-filled day camp featuring adapted sports, games and activities.

Super Saturday
February (TBD) and April 23: 9 a.m.-3 p.m.
For youth members age 6-18 with a disability and an age appropriate sibling or friend
Super Saturday is a fun-filled day camp featuring adapted sports, games and activities.