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Recreation and Leisure Activities

  1. Adaptive Sports for people that use wheelchairs (or who want to compete while using a wheelchair): AAS
  2. All inclusive travel agency with summer vacations (based in California but service TX too): Trips Inc.
  3. Autism Clinic: CDD
  4. BCS community Special Olympics (ages 18+): Aggie Bombers
  5. Cheerleading: Power Sports Kids
  6. Christian activities for teens and young adults with disabilities: Young Life Capernaum and on Facebook
  7. Classes and recreational activities: BVCIL
  8. Down Syndrome Association of the Brazos Valley: DSABV
  9. Families of Autistic Children Engaging Together for Support: FACETS
  10. Horse therapy: Courtney Cares
  11. Horseback riding, swimming, and ice skating: SHARE
  12. One-on-one friendship matching with a TAMU student: Best Buddies
  13. Peer activities for people with developmental disabilities: The ARC of BCS
  14. Support groups for people and family members of people with mental illness: NAMI
  15. Swimming lessons for student ages 5-21: SPLASH


  • Ages 1 to 17, children with Muscular DystrophyCamp MDA
  • Ages 5 to 21, people with disabilities, and their siblingsCamp LIFE
  • Ages 5 to 50, people with disabilities, and their siblings that are ages 3 to 13Camp CAMP
  • Ages 6 to 12, children with disabilities day camp in Houston areaKidventure Camp
  • Ages 6 to 14, children with cerebral palsy or similar neurological disordersCamp Smiles
  • Ages 6 to 14, people with disabilities, and their siblings that are ages 6 to 10Camp Buckaroo
  • Ages 6 to 16, children with mild physical and mental disabilitiesCamp El Tesoro
  • Ages 6 to 13, siblings of children with a chronic condition: Camp Courage
  • Ages 7 to 14, children that have or had cancer and their siblings: Camp Alphie
  • Ages 7 to 15Elks Camp
  • Ages 8 to 14, children with EpilepsyCamp Neuron
  • Ages 8 to 15, children with Spina Bifida and related defects: TLC
  • Ages 8 to 15, children with learning disabilitiesYMCA Camp Flaming Arrow
  • Ages 8 to 21, youth with physical disabilities: Camp X-treme
  • Ages 10 to 18Sea Camp
  • Ages 15 to 19, teens with EpilepsyKamp Kaleidoscope
  • Ages 16 to 30: Marbridge Summer Camp
  • High school graduatesB2C
  • All ages, variety of camp themesCamp Summit
  • Families and their child under 22: Camp Be An Angel
  • Children, family members and caregivers for people with NeurofibromatosisNF Family Camp
  • Local day activities for youth with disabilities in the Brazos Valley: BVCIL
  • Children with serious illness--in Colorado but the camp is free and travel assistance is availableRoundup River
  • Children with special health care needs including cancer, diabetes, Down Syndrome, and physical disabilitiesTexas Lions Camp
  • Game Design Camp (spring break): CLE

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Robertson County Special Services704 Wheelock StreetHearne, TX  77859

PH: 979-279-3507Fax: 979-279-8040

This institution is an equal opportunity provider.

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