Where friendships are made and challenges are understood
Programming & Activities
Camp is a place to make friends and try something new. We provide a range of acitvities to provide balabnce between creative expression, learning as well as physical acitvity! Click on "More Info" to learn a bit more obout our adaptove programming.
We try to accommodate all people who want to come to camp. We also put the safety of all people at the top of the priority list. We want to make sure we can safely support your loved one at camp!
Our Staff & Board
Our staff are committed to the health and wellbeing of all our lodgers and campers. We stive to create a fun and positive experince at camp. Click " More Info" to learn a bit more about the people who make our camp a reality.
What's Happening at Camp?
Our summer camp provides a safe and fun experience for children, youth, and adults with intellectual disabilities.
For over 75 years, we have provided a unique holiday for many people who face daily challenges in their every day lives. Individuals with autism and other spectrum disorders, Down syndrome, cerebral palsy, acquired brain injuries, and other intellectual disabilities have celebrated Belwood as a place they can call home away from home.
We are located at the heart of Belwood Lake in Belwood, Ontario, about 10 minutes east of Fergus.
Our program gives our participants a chance to make positive, life-long friendships and build on their social skills. We also offer an opportunity to try new activities in a safe, adaptable environment.
Our program is wheelchair accessible, an initiative we have been building for over a decade to become stronger and more useful to our participants.
Our participants engage in several activities throughout the day including dance and theatre, nature and science, arts and crafts, sports and field games, swimming in our pool.
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“This camp has great lodgers who made me feel great and I feel like this is the only place I can be myself other than home. I would like to thank everyone for making me feel like Belwood was like home. You guys Rock!”