S.E.E. Day Camp – Asheville

For students in grades K-12 who are blind or visually impaired

What:  Asheville S.E.E. Summer Day Camp 2021

When:  Monday-Thursday, June 21-24 and June 28–July 1, 9:00 am – 2:30 pm

It’s our 11th year of SEE Summer Day Camp in Asheville, and we’ve got two special weeks in store:

  • June 21 – June 24: Foods and Cooking Camp for kids who want to learn their way around the kitchen.  We’ll plan, shop, chop, cook, and clean, and learn about local food and flavors.
  • June 28 – July 1:  Young Explorers Camp for kids who love the outdoors.  We’ll walk, ramble, listen, learn, hike, splash, and paddle in the woods and wilds around Asheville.

Each week, we’ll also work on independent living skills, and provide functional opportunities for kids to use their braille, assistive technology, and cane skills. Camp instructors include certified Teachers for the Visually Impaired, Orientation & Mobility Specialists, and adults with blindness and visual impairment.  Come to one, or come to both!

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Cost:  FREE  S.E.E. Camps are supported by IFB Solutions, and are FREE of charge for all students.

Our camps are free to families, but not free to operate. To donate to IFB Solutions in support of SEE camps, visit ifbsolutions.org/donate.  Thank you!

Contact:  To learn more about Asheville SEE Summer Camps, please contact Jay Hardwig at jhardwig@ifbsolutions.org or 828-667-9778 x5802.

A SEE camper reads a braille menu

A SEE camper builds a sculpture from wooden butterflies

SEE Campers on a ropes course