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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Experience of a lifetime!

posted August 5th, 2015

Since 2010,West Michigan Adaptive Diving, local nonprofit in Zeeland, has been providing individuals age 8 and up an experience of a lifetime!  Their mission is to "provide the highest of quality in professionalism, SCUBA training, equipment, support and service" with the goal of helping individuals feel competent and self-assured no matter what their abilities are!  With their awesome reputation of providing adaptive scuba diving to the patients of...

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From the Camp Blog

Her Power! Her Pride! Her Voice! Overnight Event for Teen Girls

posted August 5th, 2015

Her Power! Her Pride! Her Voice! is an interactive, overnight experience for teen girls with disabilities ages 14-19. This event uses art-based activities to learn, teach, challenge and shatter stereotypes. It will be held at Indian Trails Camp from August 21-24, 2015. Learn more about this opportunity and register for this event by visiting...

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O-1859 Lake Michigan Drive
Grand Rapids, MI 49534

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