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.
UCP of the North Bay Administrative Offices
1425 North McDowell Blvd., Suite #115
Petaluma, CA 94954
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. Our next Cycle Without Limits Winter Bike Camp will be January 14-17, 2022, held at:
Sonoma State University
1801 East Cotati Avenue
Rohnert Park, CA 94928
“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.
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.
White Water Rafting on the American River (Overnight) – Join us for a day rafting down the South Fork of the American River followed by a night of camping!
UCP of the North Bay supports Kamp Kennedy – a four-day camp that includes arts and crafts, song and dance active and passive games, and play groups. The annual summer day camp is provided by the City of Santa Rosa Recreation & Parks Department for school-age children at Kamp Kennedy located at Howarth Park. Accessible park facilities offer children the opportunity to go boating ride the carousel, take train rides, and pet animals at the zoo.
For more information about Kamp Kennedy, visit the official webpage here.
FRIDAY NIGHT DANCES
Dances for adults with disabilities are held at WineBev Services in Napa, California. These dances are open to the public and provide an excellent opportunity to meet some new friends, catch up with old ones, and have a great time.
Held 3 times per year.
500 Technology Way
Napa, CA 94558
Outdoor adventure activities include sea kayaking, white water rafting, and adapted cycling in partnership with Environmental Traveling Companions (ETC) and Bay Area Outreach and Recreation Program (BORP). All activities are accessible for ambulatory and non-ambulatory children and adults with developmental disabilities.
Questions? Contact Jen Whalen, UCP of the North Bay Community Relations Director.