Recreation

Recreational Services For All Ages at UCP of the North Bay

UCP of the North Bay is proud to offer a variety of camp and recreational activities in different locations throughout the Napa, Sonoma, and Solano County for both children and adults. Our programs consist of activities provided by our staff and volunteers, as well as activities provided by community agencies sponsored or supported by UCP of the North Bay.

january

Cycle Without Limits Winter Bike Camp is an instructional program that teaches children with disabilities how to ride conventional two-wheeled bicycles. The unique “Cycle Without Limits” bikes use air cylinders to keep the rider safely upright while allowing for a progressively greater lean. Cycle Without Limits Winter Bike Camp 2017 will be held  at Sonoma State University, 1801 East Cotati Avenue, Rohnert Park, CA 94928 – Friday, January 13 – Monday, January 16, 2017.

 

may

Camp Cazadero is an overnight camp for adults with disabilities located northwest of Santa Rosa in the rolling hills north of the Russian River. The three-day camp provides environmental, education, physical exercise, and social opportunities. Activities include group games, nature hikes, and campfire songs.  Camp Cazadero will be held Friday, May 19 – Sunday, May 21, 2017.

 

june“Cycle Without Limits” Summer Bike/Swim Program is an instructional program that teachers children with disabilities how to ride conventional two-wheeled bicycles. The five-day camp is sponsored by UCP of the North Bay and Sonoma State University. The unique “Cycle Without Limits” bikes use air cylinders to keep the rider safely upright while allowing for a progressively greater lean. “Cycle Without Limits” Summer Bike Program will be held June 12 – 16, 2017 at Sonoma State University.

 

Cypress Summer Program 2017 is an adaptive behavior program for school-aged children, 5 – 22 years old, autism and other disabilities. This ten-day program operates when summer school is not in sessions. Cypress Summer Program is community-based and offers a variety of activities including hiking, swimming, surfing, kayaking, and day trips around Sonoma and Marin County.

 

augustCypress Summer Program 2017 is an adaptive behavior program for school-aged children, 5 – 22 years old, autism and other disabilities. This ten-day program operates when summer school is not in sessions. Cypress Summer Program is community-based and offers a variety of activities including hiking, swimming, surfing, kayaking, and day trips around Sonoma and Marin County.

 

Camp Kaos is a four-day camp held at Howarth Park, Santa Rosa, for school-age children with disabilities utilizing youth volunteers under the direction of experienced staff.   Activities include games, arts and crafts, and nature activities. Accessible facilities offer the opportunity to go boating, ride the carousel, and take train rides. Camp Kaos will be held August 1- 4, 2017 at Howarth Park, Santa Rosa.

 

 

 


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Recreation is the heart and soul of UCP of the North Bay.  We hold six camps each summer.  Each camp is made up of a variety of ages and a variety of abilities.  An awards banquet is held in August, honoring 12 campers from UCP of the North Bay’s recreation programs.

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Play Without Limits for People with Disabilities

 

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Bike Swim Flyer 2017

Cypress Camp Flyer 2017


 

Questions? Please email or call Jen Whalen, UCPNB Recreation Director;
707-338-2584 or jwhalen@ucpnb.org