AbilityFirst Camp Paivika
Connor's First Camp Paivika Experience
First-time Camp Paivika Experience for Connor
Register now and receive a $50 early bird discount
Time is running out to receive the Camp Paivika early bird registration discount. Register and pay in full by April 15, 2015 and receive $50 off your camp fee.

Offer applies to multiple sessions 
Valid for summer sessions only

Refer a Friend Discount: 

Refer a FIRST TIME camper to camp and earn $100 off your next visit to Camp Paivika.  Each additional referral will earn $50 off your next visit to Camp Paivika.  (Only valid for NEW referrals.  Only valid if the referral actually enrolls this summer).  

Register and pay today to save
 Register Now for AbilityFirst Stroll & Roll
Offer expires 4/15/2015
(payment must be made in full by 4/15/15 to receive the $50 discount)

Please note the following instructions when registering: 

Select filters (listed on the left side of the registration page) to narrow your session options.  Please be sure to select the appropriate categories with regards to age, gender, use of wheelchair, requires 1-to-1 supervision, and length of stay.


Camperships Available

CLICK HERE for campership guidelines (application will be made available upon registration)

Making Memories and Friendships
That Last a Lifetime

Camp Paivika is a fun and safe summer camp for your child, teen, or adult with a disability. At Camp Paivika, individuals with special needs can find camaraderie and common ground. Campers of all ability levels engage in healthy interactions with peers and staff in a safe environment that encourages and supports social development.  

For additional information, call (909) 338-1102 ext. 5003 or email jane.garcia@abilityfirst.org

AbilityFirst | 1300 East Green Street | Pasadena, CA 91106 | (626) 396-1010

www.abilityfirst.org  |   info@abilityfirst.org

Operating in the greater Los Angeles area, AbilityFirst has 25 facilities which support individuals with disabilities through after school enrichment programs, job training, community employment, accessible camping, and affordable and accessible housing.