Camp Sue Osborn serves Ohio's individuals with special needs and handicaps. Founded in 1975 by a mother who wanted her daughter to enjoy the same summer experiences as other children, Camp Sue Osborn was created as a place to share friendships, build camaraderie and above all, have fun.
Children can attend a two-week day camp, a one-week residence camp, or both. We are proud to offer a variety of activities such as: swimming, fishing, nature walks, arts & crafts, drama skits, music, dancing, playing cards and building campfires.
Camp Sue Osborn's success depends greatly on the unwavering support of the community and the dedicated help of our staff. Each year, we welcome over 200 staff members and more than 200 campers from Lake and Geauga County. In addition, we host various events throughout the year to generate funds for our important work.
Betsy Osborn Memorial Garden
This space honors our first camper and is financially supported by United Way of Geauga County.