Enriching the lives of individuals with developmental disabilities in a supportive outdoor atmosphere of acceptance, fun and adventure!
For more than half a century, we have provided children and adults with developmental disabilities a full program of recreation, education, fun and adventure.
We offer Summer Camp and a Year-Round Respite Program. Our outdoor enrichment camp programs, activities and adventures are unmatched.
We proudly work with people with all developmental disabilities.
“Our daughter Sarah had another wonderful and exciting 10 days at Camp “I can’t tell you what it meant for me to be able to bring my daughter Sam to Camp Krem. Shem had so much fun! Everyone was fantastic and helpful when we arrived, and Sam was positively giddy when I picked her up. This was a real milestone for us, and it has given me huge relief. We will definitely be back next year!” – Lisa W.
“Julia has had wonderful experiences at Camp Krem and we see significant growth every time she returns.” – Stephen and Barbara W.
Due to the hardwork and dedication of our very own Audrey Fritz we've received a grant from Finish Line Youth Foundation! The sports grant for Archery, totaling $1118, will allow Camp Krem to purchase new [...]
In recognition of our 59 years of service to the community, San Andreas Regional Center (SARC) has selected Camp Krem as its “Service Provider of the Year”. At the same time, Leon Wong, our wonderful [...]
“Camping Unlimited was established in 1957 and is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization which provides fulfilling camping, recreational, educational and respite services to children and adults with developmental disabilities around the year. At Camp Krem, we nurture independence and self-confidence, encourage responsibility, develop a sense of worth and respect for others, and build lifelong relationships through a warm and friendly atmosphere of planned permissiveness.
We strive to open new worlds of discovery, adventure, friendship and learning. Our many wonderful programs also provide parents, families and caregivers with much-needed respite.”