Camp Pa-Qua-Tuck

summer is for everyone!


Camp Pa-Qua-Tuck of New York is a summer camp on the eastern end of Long Island serving special-needs children and young adults ages 6–21 with physical or developmental disabilities.

The Camp functions under the core belief that all people, regardless of ability level, have the right to opportunities found in the world around them. Individuals with both physical and developmental disabilities, as well as their families, should experience year-round recreational and respite care activities in a camp setting.

Camp Pa-Qua-Tuck stands today as a culmination of a tremendous wave of effort from many Rotary Clubs throughout District 7260.  The camp was established in 1941 by the members of the Rotary Club of the Moriches when a donation was made to provide staff for children afflicted with Polio.

For over a half century, Camp Pa-Qua-Tuck has been changing the dreams of special needs children into reality. The camp has invited thousands of youngsters to enjoy a session of summer fun at its 37-acre site on the shores of Kaler’s Pond in Center Moriches, Long Island. At the camp, these children enjoy the joys of boating, arts & crafts, music, adaptive sports and games, swimming campfires and more.  In a supportive environment, campers are encouraged to reach beyond the limits of their handicaps and join with their fellow campers in activities designed to enhance their lives.

The camp has held special meaning to the Fuoco family for decades. Feastival Chairman Steve’s sister, Beth Ann, attended the camp from 1972-1987. Today, all proceeds from the Fuoco Feastival go directly to the camp.

For more information on the camp, please watch the video above and visit our website below.

The Feastival



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