Clover Patch is a summer camp for individuals with disabilities where each camper is encouraged to reach his or her fullest potential. Since 1965, Clover Patch Camp has provided individuals with disabilities opportunities to make new friends, create everlasting memories, and experience a genuine camp setting.
Clover Patch Camp is operated by the Center for Disability Services, a not-for-profit organization consisting of a wide variety of programs designed to serve individuals with disabilities. Camp is located 30 minutes northwest of Albany, New York, in the town of Glenville. Serenaded by the constant trickle of the Alplaus Creek, it is home to nature trails, rustic cabins, and a heated swimming pool; all fully accessible.
Clover Patch Camp is licenced by the New York State Department of Health and is required to be inspected annually. Inspection reports are on file at: New York State Department of Health, District Office, 77 Mohican Street, Glens Falls, NY 12801.
Clover Patch Camp follows American Camping Association guidelines and is one of the finest summer camps for individuals with disabilities in the country, offering programming that is typical of any summer camp. Clover Patch Camp is also approved through the Office for People with Developmental Disabilities (OPWDD).
Clover Patch at a Glance