• ASD Oregon’s Camp Experience

    2018’s camp dates are:
    June 21-25th in Sisters, OR and
    August 13-17th in Falls City, OR – applications are now open!

    Our camp is the only overnight camp in the region that is specifically designed for children with high functioning Autism or Asperger’s Syndrome.

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  • One of a kind experience!

    Our camp provides a recreational place for kids to enjoy a week in the outdoors in a safe and fair environment with kids just like themselves.

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  • Excellent staff!

    Our counselors come from all over the country to devote a week of their time to make sure the kids have an awesome time. Every year we hear that the counselors feel like they had as amazing experience, as the kids!

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Welcome to Camp Odakoda by ASD Oregon

We provide a summer camp for campers with High Functioning Autism (HFA) or Asperger’s Syndrome (AS). Our Mission is to provide our campers with the opportunity to engage in activities that will help them grow and expand their social experiences. We want to provide opportunities for campers with HFA or AS to enjoy their uniqueness, take pride in their strengths, and just have fun!

How to Apply: Applications for 2019 will be open March 1st, 2019.

 

Join us for the It’s My Ability 5k Saturday, September 1st in Boring.

This is the main fundraiser that makes Camp Odakoda possible!  Find out more information, or sign up at www.itsmyability.com

Online registration ends Friday at noon, but you can register in person on Friday from 2:00-6:00 at the Boring Springwater Trailhead Park, or on Saturday morning at the event!

To make a donation to Camp Odakoda:

Click on the donate tab above and follow the link, or mail a check to:

ASD Oregon
12042 SE Sunnyside Rd #450
Clackamas, or 97015

 

Thanks to all who gave in 2018!!

A Special Thanks to Our Featured Sponsors:

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Joseph E. Weston Public Foundation