2022 CCASC Day Programs

Things to Know

BEFORE ARRIVING

CCASC Registration: CCASC provides outdoor adventures for persons with disabilities. All persons with disabilities must be registered in order to participate: https://www.centralcaladaptive.org/registration

 

Additionally, family members and caregivers are encouraged to participate. They do not need to submit a registration packet, however all participating persons must complete and submit our online waivers: https://www.waiverfile.com/b/CentralCaliforniaAdaptiveSport1

In advance of your scheduled program, please do the following: 

You will also receive a program agenda containing the activities planned for the day. Activity periods are conducted from 9:00a-12:00 noon and 1:00p-4:00p. 

AT OUR OFFICE

When and Where to MeetThe meet-up time for our day programs is 9:00 am at our main office in Shaver Lake. The address is 40885 Shaver Forest Road, Shaver Lake, CA 93664.  (As you drive into town, Shaver Forest Road is on the right, just after the turnoff for Bretz Mill Road. After turning onto Shaver Forest Road, make an immediate left into the first driveway.  Right now, there is a temporary office there while a new building is being constructed.) Please be on time or make other arrangements in advance. Call (559) 593-2504.

 

The Road to Camp: This is where the adventure begins. The road to camp from our main office is about a 20 minute ride on an improved dirt road that has enough “rough spots” to require high clearance vehicles only. Standard cars and vans do not meet that requirement. If you have an SUV, such as a Subaru Outback or a pick-up truck, you’ll do just fine. We provide transportation to the site in our vehicles. We have a high clearance van with plenty of passenger and cargo space (including wheelchair lockdowns), as well as trucks to transport our guests. Please let us know in advance if you would like a ride. Personal vehicles may be parked at our office. This is a private road with a locked gate and no travel is allowed on the road without a CCASC escort.

 

AT CAMP

Staff Assistance: Our goal is to ensure that everyone has a safe, fun, and memorable experience during their visit. Staff are available at all times to assist our persons in wheelchairs and to help with transfers to and from our activity equipment.  

Accessibility: For wheelchair users, we do have paver pathways for access to most (not all) areas of the site. A pathway is also provided to the beach, and we have “sand riders” for mobility in the sand. We also have a 4WD side-by-side vehicle for transportation to areas outside the camp.

Water and Electricity:  Water for drinking and a handwashing station is available. There is no electricity at the site.

 

Restrooms: Restrooms are the portable type, both ADA and standard, and are kept VERY clean and tidy. Paver pathways are available to the restrooms.

Lunch: We provide deli lunches at noon for our participants and their family members/caregivers.  A menu to select fromwill be provided prior to the program. 

Activity EquipmentAll recreation equipment used during activity sessions is provided by the Adaptive Center.

Camp Rules

  • No pets, therapy dogs, or companion dogs. (Service dogs, such as those required for the visually impaired are allowed.)

  • No loud audio devices or loud noises after 10pm.

  • No firearms

  • No alcoholic beverages

  • No smoking at the site (please ask for smoking area locations)