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Camp Guide

A comprehensive resource guide including a list of camp experiences, from sports to academic to religious, in the Baltimore area.
GUIDE

Camp Guide

A comprehensive resource guide including a list of camp experiences, from sports to academic to religious, in the Baltimore area.

Easterseals Camp Fairlee

22242 Bay Shore Rd, Chestertown, MD 21620
410-778-0566
Type | Special Needs

Located on 250 rural acres on Maryland’s upper Eastern Shore, Camp Fairlee is a traditional, overnight summer camp for children and adults with all types of disABILITIES providing accessible recreation for campers and family respite for their caregivers. Sessions vary in length from 5 days to 12 days; most are 6 days. Activities include canoeing, kayaking, wall climbing, zip line, horseback riding, nature trails, swimming, campfires, arts/crafts and more! In 2015 Camp Fairlee was torn down and rebuilt with all new dormitories, an activity center, dining hall and health center. There are nurses on site at all times. Our chef can handle any kind of specialized diet. We also offer off season respite weekends and vacation travel for adults. Camp Fairlee has 66 years of service to the community and is accredited by the American Camp Association.

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