There are many camps that make accommodations for inclusive participation so that campers with disabilities can attend the same camp as their peers without disabilities.
There are also camps designed specifically for people with disabilities. These camps help curb some of the anxieties families and service providers have about access, and offer an easy way for campers to relate and find common ground with one another. Staff at these camps are specifically trained to meet a variety of physical, emotional, and behavioral needs (most have a nurse on staff to address unique medical needs as well). Of course, these camps offer the same opportunities for outdoor fun as any other camp, and are often staffed by a diverse mix of persons with and without disabilities.