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Extreme Mobility Camps - AFB Directory Profile

General Information

Extreme Mobility Camps
3578 Claridge Court
Simi Valley, CA 93063
(805) 501-7231 (Local)
(805) 539-6039 (Fax)
xmocamps@gmail.com
http://www.xmocamps.org/

Staff

Bradon Schwarz, Staff, bradon12@gmail.com

Services Offered

Services for Adults

  • Recreation Services
    • We use “extreme” sports to empower blind/visually impaired athletes and volunteers to live more fulfilled lives, where seeing doesn’t matter and believing is everything.

      We aim to provide charitable camps for teen-agers and young adults (ages 13-30) who are blind/visually impaired or have other disabilities. These camps are offered at no charge to the participants. All of our camping programs are available on a non-discriminatory basis to such persons regardless of race, color, creed, national origin, ancestry, sex, age, religion, disability (unless applicable to qualifications for specific programs) or economic status.

      We offer unique opportunities for the blind and visually impaired to experience. We offer snow-skiing/boarding, cross-country skiing, driving a snowmobile, screaming down the tubing hill, or enjoying a sleigh ride in our winter camping program. One of our summer camps includes surfing, wake boarding, water skiing, tubing, jet skiing and getting a full California experience. Another camp exclusively for the athletes who are capable includes summiting and backpacking to the top of Mt. Whitney.

      XMO is continually growing and expanding, adding new and unique opportunities for the visually impaired. All camp-affiliated events are centered around a Christian atmosphere, yet being Christian is not a requirement to partake.

      Camps are offered at no cost to the participant, dates and locations are available at ,a href=http:/www.xmocamps.org>www.xmocamps.org.

Services for Children

  • Summer/Day Camps and After-school Programs
    • We use “extreme” sports to empower blind/visually impaired athletes and volunteers to live more fulfilled lives, where seeing doesn’t matter and believing is everything.

      We aim to provide charitable camps for teen-agers and young adults (ages 13-30) who are blind/visually impaired or have other disabilities. These camps are offered at no charge to the participants. All of our camping programs are available on a non-discriminatory basis to such persons regardless of race, color, creed, national origin, ancestry, sex, age, religion, disability (unless applicable to qualifications for specific programs) or economic status.

      We offer unique opportunities for the blind and visually impaired to experience. We offer snow-skiing/boarding, cross-country skiing, driving a snowmobile, screaming down the tubing hill, or enjoying a sleigh ride in our winter camping program. One of our summer camps includes surfing, wake boarding, water skiing, tubing, jet skiing and getting a full California experience. Another camp exclusively for the athletes who are capable includes summiting and backpacking to the top of Mt. Whitney.

      XMO is continually growing and expanding, adding new and unique opportunities for the visually impaired. All camp-affiliated events are centered around a Christian atmosphere, yet being Christian is not a requirement to partake.

      Camps are offered at no cost to the participant, dates and locations are available at www.xmocamps.org.
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