Camp Lily Summer Day Camps


Message regarding COVID-19: at this time, we anticipate running our camps. However, if any of the camps have to be cancelled, we will refund payments.

Our camps promise to engage, entertain and educate. For campers (ages 8-21) with disabilities, Camp Lily offers inclusive activities that build skills, promote friendships and increase independence.

Campers enjoy swimming, arts and crafts, games, field trips, educational programs and a host of other activities. Special guests visit to teach workshops and campers enjoy field trips to regional attractions.

We staff camp with a 3:1 ratio (with some terrific counselors!) so that each camper receives the support and care they need to succeed and maximize their enjoyment.

We offer two day camps:
Camp Lily-Berks
is held at the top of beautiful Mt. Penn at the intersection of List and Angora Road (see location on Google Maps). View our campground map for drop-off location. Campground features include air conditioned indoor space, play areas, swings, garden beds, pavilions, swimming pool with certified lifeguard and extensive outdoor space. Campers must pack their own lunch (refrigerator available) and bring a reusable water bottle. Check out our Frequently Asked Questions about camp.

Camp Lily-Lehigh Valley ***NEW LOCATION*** will be held on the campus of Cedar Crest College in west end Allentown (see location on Google Maps). View the campus map showing drop-off/pick-up location (coming soon). Amenities include air conditioned indoor spaces, large outdoor green space, play areas, swimming pool with certified lifeguard, picnic area and dining hall. Campers will have the option to purchase lunch in the cafeteria or pack their own. Check out our Frequently Asked Questions about camp.

2020 Schedule
Monday-Friday from 9am to 4pm
Week 1: July 6 - 10
Week 2: July 13 - 17
Week 3: July 20 - 24
Week 4: July 27 - 31
Week 5: August 3 - 7
Week 6: August 10 - 14

$336 per week
Limited scholarships available. Apply before the May 22nd deadline.
Waiver eligible funding through the Office of Developmental Programs (ODP).

Registration Process
You must register online using CampDocs, our easy, secure online system. You must use Chrome, Firefox, Safari or Microsoft Edge (not Explorer) as your internet browser to access the system. Staff are available to assist you with the online process if you send an email to with a message about your problem. Registration closes on May 22nd. All required forms and documents must be completed in full at least 2 weeks prior to the session start date for which you are registered.

For more information, contact:
Emily Gonda
610-289-0114 x227

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