Camp Riley helps inspire youth with physical disabilities to realize their potential as they become increasingly independent.
Every summer, nearly 250 children, ages 8–18, from throughout Indiana and several other states come to Camp Riley. During their time at Camp they prove to themselves and others that their strength and will power define them—not their physical circumstances.
From horseback riding, to swimming, to conquering the high ropes course, campers discover new confidence and make lifelong friends.
Camp Riley holds five different camp sessions during a five-week period each summer at Bradford Woods—Indiana University’s 2,500-acre universally accessible outdoor recreational facility.