Adventure Vacation, led by Physical Therapists, Customized for You!

Join us for an all-inclusive, rehab-focused vacation in the           mountain town of Bend, Oregon

Our physical therapist led adventure camps focus on improving your strength, flexibility, motor control, balance and independence. This rehab camp is tailored to serve people with stroke, brain injury, spinal cord injury, Parkinson's and multiple sclerosis. Contact our team today to discuss your specific needs.

Dates: 2019 dates TBD!

Contact us for rates. 541-241-6837 or

Need-based scholarships available.

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Adapted activities:

  • Hiking
  • Rock climbing
  • Cycling
  • Kayaking
  • Aquatics
  • Pilates/yoga
  • Local theaters
  • Concerts/festivals
  • Museum tours, and more.

What’s included:

  • Lodging
  • All meals
  • Transportation
  • On-site therapy teams
  • Equipment
  • Fitness sessions
  • Activity costs
  • Education


“Coming to this camp has given me a lot more confidence to push my boundaries and do more than I ever thought I could do.”
— Bill, participant

The mountain town of Bend is one of the most popular vacation sites in the country, and you can now experience it with Physical Therapists who will design a tailored trip specific to your goals and needs. You will return home with renewed vision, increased strength and confidence, and memories to last a lifetime!




  • We do not provide assistance with bathing, toileting and dressing. You may bring a caregiver with you, or hire someone from one of our partner organizations.
  • Family and caregivers are welcome to join at a small additional cost. Final cost depends on whether they need a private room and other factors. Please contact us for a detailed quote. 
  • Contact our team to discuss your individual needs and goals.


“This program puts you in a real world setting where you are actually participating in activities and building the skills and confidence to then pursue those activities on your own or in a general community group.”
— Sarah - Participant