Accessibility of Camp
The campgrounds we normally use are ADA-compliant, meaning that they’re moderately accessible to folks with mobility considerations.
- One of them has several paved paths, mostly cracked and uneven.
- One has some stairs, and a ramp is available to avoid/go around the stairs.
- We make every effort only to use sites with ADA-compliant bathrooms and parking.
We are committed to working with folks to make the space and experience as accessible as possible. Our Disability Access Resource Team (DART) works for the months leading up to Campout to meet the accessibility needs of campers.
We feel it is important to acknowledge that, both because we are a purely community-created, volunteer-run collaboration and because campouts are intentionally held at secluded, minimally-altered campsites, there will be limitations to what accessibility can look like. That being said, we are generally able to collaboratively come to a solution that allows disabled campers and other campers with access needs to participate in QCO.
Please include your access needs in your registration and reach out to us if you have questions or concerns.
Trained service animals are welcome, but please leave pets at home.