Siblings Day Camp

SummarY

This day camp is designed for youth and teens, ranging in age from 8 to 18, who have a disability and their sibling or a friend. This exploratory style camp gives campers the opportunity to explore a variety of summer recreation and camp activities which may include archery, arts and crafts, community field trips, cycling, high ropes challenge course, indoor climbing, field games, mountain biking, paddle sports, sensory and science projects, and equestrian activities.

Camp Highlights

Below are highlighted details for this program.

Location

Park City

Age

8-18

Season

Summer, Fall

Activities

Horse, Indoor, Outdoor, Biking

Program pricing and details are listed within the participant registration portal.

Helpful Resources

Scholarships

Apply for a scholarship

Question?

Contact us with your question

Packing List

What to pack for camp

Scholarships

Scholarships may be available!  We believe that finances should not get in the way of participating in our programs. It’s through the generosity of our donors that enable scholarship opportunities. Here’s how to apply for Scholarship through the program registration portal:

  1. Log in or create an account.
  2. Find a program and add it to your cart; check out of cart and select “Apply for Scholarship”.
  3. Complete the checkout process and you’ll receive a confirmation email.

Camp Packing Lists

At the end of each day you will receive a reminder of what to bring for the next day’s activity. Clothing may get dirty during camp activities. Please dress your camper in clothing they can play, paint, and have fun in!

This is a suggested packing list for youth experiences, please label everything with the participant’s name.

  •  Lunch, snack, and water bottle
  • Closed toed shoes, bathing suit, rash guard/swim shirt and towel
  • Bring an extra layer of warm clothing and a windproof layer, as it is typically windy in the afternoon
  • Sunscreen, sunglass, and hat
  • Appropriate clothes for each activity
  • Campers in Camp Giddy Up should have long pants and closed toed shoes or riding boots each day

This is a suggested packing list for youth experiences, please label everything with the participant’s name.

  • Shorts
  • Short sleeved shirts
  • Rain coat/windbreaker
  • Rash guard/swim shirt
  • Pants
  • Long sleeved shirts
  • Sweaters/sweatshirts
  • Pajamas
  • Athletic/tennis shoes
  • Water bottle
  • Swimsuit/trunks
  • Beach towel
  • Water shoes
  • Sunscreen
  • Day bag/pack
  • Personal toiletries
  • Medications

This is a suggested packing list for youth experiences, please label everything with the participant’s name.

  • Winter coat
  • Ski pants
  • Winter boots
  • Wool socks/ski socks
  • Winter hat
  • Gloves/mittens
  • Under-layers
  • Pants
  • Long sleeved shirts
  • Sweaters/sweatshirts
  • Pajamas
  • Water bottle
  • Swimsuit/trunks
  • Beach towel
  • Water shoes
  • Tennis shoes/closed toe shoes
  • Sunscreen
  • Day bag/pack
  • Personal toiletries
  • Medications

Do NOT bring anything electronic, other than assistive equipment used for camper communication. Leave cell phones, pagers, video games, and personal music players at home.

How to Register

  1. Create a new account; log in and click Find Programs.
  2. Select Camps in Program menu and enter your preferred date range.
  3. Click Review on preferred Program; then click Add and Finish.
  4. Click on My Cart in primary Navigation and complete registration by clicking on Pay Now.

You will receive a confirmation email.  If you have any questions, please contact Reservations at 801-435-3991.