About Us

Easter Seals Camp Horizon is Alberta’s leading outdoor recreation facility for individuals of all abilities.

Each year 7500 individuals enjoy our unique facility. Of these, 1200 are children and adults with special needs.

Easter Seals Camp Horizon is Unique

Easter Seals Camp Horizon is the only facility in Alberta that offers camp programs that are dedicated entirely to the needs of a specific special needs group each week. Many of our programs and equipment are unique to the province and Canada.

Within Alberta, Easter Seals Camp Horizon is the only provider of residential camping programs for children with diabetes, kidney impairments, ostomies, burn survivors and their siblings. We are proud to offer Alberta’s only Christmas Camp for adults with physical and developmental disabilities and our Ostomy Camp is the only one of its kind in Canada.

We specialize in outdoor and adventure based programs for youth and adults with special needs including serious illness and developmental and physical disabilities. Learn more about our programs.

About Our Facilities

Easter Seals Camp Horizon gives people of all abilities the unique opportunity to enjoy specialized outdoor programs, challenge themselves, have fun, try new things and make new friends and support networks that often last a lifetime. All our facilities are wheelchair accessible.

Easter Seals Camp Horizon is an accredited member of the Alberta Camping Association and is also an approved field trip site of the Calgary Board of Education and Calgary Separate School Board.

We are available for group reservations from September to May. Our facilities will accommodate up to 120 guests and is an ideal location for retreats, workshops, outdoor programs, family reunions and special event gatherings of all types. We offer customized programs and invite any corporation, school, church, youth group, or organization to contact us today. Learn more about our facility rentals.

 

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Did You Know Part 2

In Canada between 2001 and 2006 the number of persons who reported having a disability increased by three-quarters of a million people (+21.2%), reaching 4.4 million in 2006. At the same time, the non-disabled population experienced lesser growth, increasing by 3.3% to reach 26.2 million people.