Out Here We Raise Spirits

Welcome to Zajac Ranch, a fully inclusive summer camp where everything is accessible for children with medical conditions and disabilities.

Zajac Ranch welcomes children, young adults and families with a variety of medical conditions and disabilities to our summer medical camps from June to August.

Facility & Event Space Rental

Overnight Rentals are back! Looking for an outdoor education experience or a venue for your corporate retreat or wedding? We reinvest all proceeds from rental groups back into our programs.

Support Zajac Ranch to help provide life-changing summer camp experiences for children and young adults of all abilities!

“I want people to experience what they can do at this amazing camp. They can build things, create things. Start living their dream, go out and see the world. And that’s why I want people to join me on this amazing camp adventure.”                                                                                                                                                                                                                             -Quinn, Zajac Ranch Camper

In the summer months, Zajac Ranch for Children provides camps for children and young adults with chronic, life-threatening and/or debilitating conditions. These experiences give participants the opportunity to explore the outdoors while developing greater social and environmental awareness, increased self-confidence and positive growth in attitudes towards physical activity.

Since 2004 over 6,500 children with long term medical conditions and disabilities have been to Zajac Ranch, with over $20 million invested in our fully inclusive facilities.

Imagine a place where you are appreciated, celebrated and accepted just as you are.

A place where all limitations are left behind and you are empowered to embrace
the possibilities.

A place where you are told you can.

We would like to acknowledge that the lands on which we work, play, and learn are on the traditional and unceded territories
of the Kwantlen, Musqueam, and other Coast Salish peoples.