Camp Sue Osborn
Camp Sue Osborn is dedicated to providing meaningful camping, recreational and social experiences for individuals with disabilities from Lake and Geauga counties in Ohio.
To be eligible to attend Camp Sue Osborn, students must be recognized as having a disability by a local school system in Lake or Geauga County, Ohio. This includes all children with documented learning disabilities, vision impairments, hearing impairments, and those with orthopedic, developmental, or multiple handicaps.
Children in Lake and Geauga Counties have the option of attending either a two-week day camp, a one-week residence camp, or both. Some of the activities include swimming, nature walks, arts and crafts, fishing, drama skits, music, dancing, campfires, and much more.