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THE LEAGUE AT CAMP GREENTOP

THE LEAGUE AT CAMP GREENTOP

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What we're all about...

The League at Camp Greentop provides the camp experience for people of all abilities! Located in the Catoctin Mountains in western Maryland, Camp Greentop serves children and adults with cognitive, physical, emotional and multiple disabilities. Our mission is to enrich the lives of children and adults through recreational activities. Since 1957, campers have enjoyed activities such as arts & crafts, sports/games, outdoor camping, nature, music and more. We offer our traditional camp program which offer 5 sessions which range from 8 to 12 days in length. We have our primitive camp held a half-mile from Greentop at Walnut Springs called League Pioneers. Each League pioneers chooses their adventure activities based on their goals and interests. Travel Camp for adults is where campers meet at camp and go off to local points of interest for 6 days. A small day program also occurs.

THE LEAGUE AT CAMP GREENTOP
THE LEAGUE AT CAMP GREENTOP
THE LEAGUE AT CAMP GREENTOP
THE LEAGUE AT CAMP GREENTOP
THE LEAGUE AT CAMP GREENTOP

Contact us

The League for People with Disabilities, Inc.

Thea Mardaga, Administration

(410) 323-0500, x366

(410) 323-3298

Fax:

Our camp address

THE LEAGUE AT CAMP GREENTOP

15001 Park Central Rd

Sabillasville

MD

21708

Founded:

Type:

Overnight

Age Range:

Campers:

Coed

Lodging:

Rustic cabins for traditional camp, Tents for League Pioneers, Hotels for travel camp

Capacity:

65 Traditional Camp, 10 League Pioneers, 12 Day Camp and 10 Travel Camp

Accreditation

ACA

What we offer...

Activities

Archery, Arts & Crafts, Backpacking, Basketball, Camping Skills, Dance, Fishing, Hiking, Horseback/Western, Music, Nature Study, Swim Recreation, Tripping,

Cost & Sessions

Contact us for rates & dates.

Camp Q&A

How do we screen staff?

Ratio of campers to staff?

What are our safety & security policies?

How do we handle disciplinary issues?

What medical resources are available?

What's our typical daily schedule?

How do we help campers with homesickness?

What percentage of campers return to camp?

What kind of food is served?

Can parents visit camp?

How do campers communicate with parents?

Are references available?

What's our policy regarding phones and digital devices?

Is tuition assistance available?