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Maritime Blind Camps, serving people with visual disabilities

Maritime Blind Camps, serving people with visual disabilities.   BLINDCAMPS.CA is the brand name of Maritime Blind Camps.  This website is the property of Maritime Blind Camps. All rights reserved.

Read what the clients are saying about

the services and programs of! us share and reach more blind & low-vision people!


“To me Maritime Blind Camps represents togetherness. When you go to a retreat, camp, or event your disability doesn't matter because your all treated the same. It's like family, you can be independent if you want to, or there are people to help you out. Either way you feel like you belong, and that you are among friends.”  Jonathon Lewis-NB

Jonathon is pointing to the logo on his tshirt. Natalie is having a chuckle while chatting with a horse!

“Maritime Blind Camps is like a family, meaning that when I partake in activities, I feel that I am really part of the group and that I am not alone living with my blindness.  I enjoy activities that we can all do together while helping each other.  We all feel like we are a part of something while living these experiences together.”  Natalie Fougère-NB

“I really enjoyed the Winter Camp Program. I had a lot of fun, and got to do some things I had never done before. Things like snowmobiling and Jeeping in the woods, and they were AWESOME!” Michael Burgess-NS


Blind camps bring new experiences to local man

“I enjoyed Winter Camp because it’s a great experience. People who have never been to camp before experience new activities that they may have never done due to their loss of vision. It's a wonderful place to meet new people, and reconnect with old friends.”

Frank Larkin-PEI

“I had a ball with the group, and being a part of everything. I also had a blast doing the activities and hanging out.” Joanne Bradbury-NS

“Camp was a good experience, and I had a great time. I love hanging out with old and new friends. It was very neat to have some one guide and show me how to play pool, because I've never had that opportunity.” Guylaine Savard -NS

“I am thankful for because they have taught me to focus on what I can do instead of what I can’t do because of my vision loss. I can enjoy activities that I thought I would no longer be able to do because of my blindness such as swimming and mini golf to name a few. Through the Health and Wellness Program I learned that life is too short so live it at it’s fullest while living in the moment and taking life one step at a time.” Ellen Pelletier-NB

“I had a wonderful time at the Winter Camp Retreat and spending time with wonderful people. I really enjoyed the company, and I got to go snowmobiling which I hadn't done since I was 12 years old.” Stephen Wilkinson-NB

“I very much enjoyed attending the winter program. It was cool meeting everyone, and we shared some great experiences. One thing that stands out was a short walk in an actual blizzard, how cool is that!” John Abreu-ON

“It was awesome to get the opportunity to attend such a phenomenal program. I enjoyed everything that we did, but I especially liked going snow shoeing after that huge blizzard.” Marie Rutter-ON

“All of the things that I've participated in have been really fun and very enjoyable. I look forward to doing as much as I can with the group.” Nadia Lagacé-NB