Brand new in 2015! Camp-andaigua is a new camp opportunity offered through a partnership between The Autism Center
at Ontario ARC and the Town of Canandaigua. Each session will be held at Onanda Park in Canandaigua, New York, and
will focus on teaching life skills in a fun and dynamic atmosphere and under the supervision of a certified instructor.
Elements of the camp include: water and boating safety skills, learning about living in a lake community, fishing, canoeing,
kayaking, community projects, and more.

The skills and experiences offered through the Camp-andaigua partnership will be valuable in both personal and
professional development, and will provide a valuable community focus.

Each session runs for one week. Camp hours are Monday – Thursday, 9 – 4 PM and Friday 9 – 12 PM. Transportation is available Monday through Thursday and on Friday AM from the Cornell Cooperative Extension in Canandaigua. The bus will depart at 8:15 AM and return at 4:45 PM. Parents/Guardians are responsible for Friday PM transportation.

SESSION ONE I August 10 – 14
SESSION TWO I August 17 – 21

The cost for each session is $200 and scholarship opportunities are available! Camp sessions are available on a first-come first-served basis.

To attend the Summer Day Camp through The Autism Center at Ontario ARC, campers must have an intellectual or other developmental disability, including autism, and be between the ages of 15 and 21.

Please be aware that there is a minimum number of registrants required for this camp.  If the minimum number is not fulfilled, the session will not take place.

To sign up or to learn about available scholarship opportunities, please contact Joellen Schaefer at (585) 919-2118 or
*Please note: new campers must attend the Open House on May 13 from 6-7 PM at Ontario ARC’s Main