Summer can be a tough time for working parents without the means to pay for camps and activities. Add to that children with disabilities or other special needs or circumstances that make extracurricular activities difficult and summer camp can seem almost impossible. But Oklahoma City has several non-profit camps with missions to reach these kids and give them unforgettable camp experiences. We've created a list of non-profit summer camps that are available for families with unique situations, often at little to no cost. Camp qualifications range from children with physical disabilities to children with a parent affected by cancer. We hope you'll find the perfect camp for your children.