Providing individuals with disabilities an enriched life experience through recreation, advocacy, and meaningful relationships

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  • Enjoying a carnival party at a spring respite!

  • Having fun in the pool!

  • A concert at the outdoor amphitheater!

  • Sledding during a winter respite weekend!

  • Arts & Crafts!

  • Another great day at ITC!

  • Spending time with friends!

  • Root Beer Lake!

  • Swinging, climbing & playing at the playground!

  • Friendships at camp!

  • Biking at camp!

  • Skill-building activities around camp!

Indian Trails Camp


Indian Trails Camp, located six miles west of Grand Rapids, has been providing camping experiences to individuals with disabilities since 1953.  Campers return year after year to suspend personal obstacles long enough to enjoy those activities we all remember as part of a treasured camping experience – swimming, canoeing, archery, music, competitive sports, challenge course, dances, and most of all, the opportunity to make friendships and build relationships that affirm and encourage greater self-discovery

Indian Trails’ campers range in age from 5 to 70+ with such disabilities as: spina bifida; cerebral palsy; traumatic brain injury; congenital anomalies; down-syndrome; autism; multiple sclerosis; arthrogryposis and cognitive impairments.

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Winter Respite Fun: Applications Now Available!

posted November 17th, 2014

Winter is nearly here, and with snowflakes falling at camp today, we can't help thinking about the fun winter activities around camp… sledding, building snowmen, snowshoeing, dancing and more! And who can forget enjoying a cup of hot chocolate with marshmallows to warm up? That's one of our favorites!

Be sure to join us for some fun during a Winter/Spring Respite session. Applications are available now!

The Winter/Spring...

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From the Camp Blog

ITC Partnering with Camp ALEC in 2015!

posted November 17th, 2014

We are so excited to be partnering with Camp ALEC for 2015!  This specialty camp is designed for children with physical disabilities whose primary communication mode is AAC (augmentative and alternative communication). Check out their blog!

And if you want to know more about the amazing camp they are planning, contact Camp ALEC.


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O-1859 Lake Michigan Drive
Grand Rapids, MI 49534

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