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How To Register

1-2-3 Steps to Register

Register easily online and complete steps 1-2-3 in minutes.  OR, mail in the 1) cream registration form, 2) yellow skills check sheet, and 3) non-refundable, non-transferable deposit.  

Please note:  If you are getting funding through a service organization, you must submit the paper registration information, along with a Letter of Intent for Funding.  If you are using the Autism Waiver, you must submit a plan of care which allocates respite hours to cover the cost of your session.

Registration in your desired program will not be accepted without all of these steps completed.  Your space in the program is not confirmed until you receive a confirmation letter in the mail from Camping & Recreation.  If you have questions regarding your acceptance, please feel free to contact Samantha at 410.323.0500 x309 or

1-2-3 Steps to Attendance

When you receive your confirmation letter, please be sure to complete the 4) green medical form and 5) pink medication form and submit them to The League at least 2 weeks prior to your program.  Please read all forms carefully and do not leave any spaces blank.  Make sure there are signatures where required.  Please submit 6) final payment to The League no later than May 15 for summer programs, or one week prior to your scheduled year-round program. 

​Family Adventure Week provides a session of family fun, complete with activities such as swimming, crafts, sports & games, and more.  Each family will have the support of a host staff to assist them throughout the session.  This allows parents to watch as their child adapts to the camp environment, and allows the children the comfort of knowing their parents are there with them.  This program is recommended for families with younger children (there is no age limit!) or those who have never been away from home. This year, it is being offered in place of our typical summer camp programming due to COVID-19. 

Traditional Camp

The League at Camp Greentop is a traditional sleep away summer camp for youth and adults with disabilities located in Thurmont, Maryland.  Youth and All-Ages sessions offer a structured daily schedule in which campers can enjoy activities such as swimming, arts & crafts, sports and games, and more.  Adult Camp offers day trips in addition to all on-site programming.  Staffing is provided at a 2:1 or 1:1 ratio. 

League Pioneers

Experience cooking over a fire, canoeing, and camping in a tent!  Pioneers focus on four main areas:  pioneering, outdoor living skills, astronomy, and adventure skills. Located 1/2 mile from Camp Greentop at Walnut Springs, participants will have the opportunity to explore the rest of the National Park as well as nearby Cunningham Falls State Park.  All League Pioneers must be at least 13 years of age and should be able to navigate uneven terrain and be successful in a 3:1 camper to counselor ratio.

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Weekend Respite

Join Camping & Therapeutic Recreation for themed weekends of fun!  Weekend Respite programs are held at Camp Round Meadow.  Weekends, running from Friday evening through Sunday afternoon, will include enjoyable activities revolving around the designated theme, delicious meals, and staff to support campers based on their specific needs.  All weekends are open for campers ages 7 and up. 

Winter Camp

Winter Camp is our week-long camp program running from December 28 – January 2.  This program is held at YMCA Camp Letts in Edgewater, Maryland.  Winter Camp also includes a New Year’s Eve party and surprise trip!

Travel Camp

With our Travel Camp programs, adult participants are able to travel to various places around the United States such as Disney World, cruises, the Midwest, the beach, and other popular tourist destinations, both near and far.  Participants travel by land, air, or sea, and with the support of travel staff, stay in hotels, dine in restaurants, and see all that their travel destination has to offer.

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