Irish Wheelchair Sports Camps for Kids

A proven way to enrich children’s physical, psychological and emotional wellbeing.

All Irish Wheelchair Association Sports camps have been cancelled until further notice due to Covid-19

Any customers for our Easter Camp 2020 will be refunded in due course. If you have any queries please contact

Upcoming camp:

Summer Camp Camp 2020!

Six weeks of amazing sports camps for kids from 6th July – 21st August 2020 in Clontarf, Dublin

At Irish Wheelchair Association Sports Camps in Clontarf, we create an inclusive, welcoming environment for children to enjoy sports, try new activities, develop their skills and make new friends.

Multi-activity sports camps for kids that are fun, exciting and fulfilling!

Children in a circle holding a large multi-coloured fabric material playing the parachute game at an IWA sports camp in Clontarf
Kids posing in a group holding a branded sports logo banner at a sports camp in IWA, Clontarf

Our multi-activity sports camps give children aged 4–12 the chance to play sports and games, including Soccer, Foam Polo, Parachute Games, Archery, GAA, Rounders, Tag Rugby, Badminton, Table Tennis, Athletics, Basketball, Unihockey, Obstacle Course and much more. 

  • These activities are suitable for kids of varying levels of ability.
  • All participants will also get the opportunity to experience a variety of Wheelchair Sports.
  • Playing our wheelchair sports provides an opportunity to learn, understand and raise awareness of our wonderful sports in an interactive and fun way.
Children playing wheelchair sports at an Irish Wheelchair Association summer camp in Clontarf

The safety and wellbeing of your children are our top priority: our team of energetic, dedicated, highly-qualified instructors in in our Clontarf sports centre, have a strong track record in sports education and coaching. Some have trained Paralympic competitors. They are certified with Sport Ireland Safeguarding Training and they co-ordinate supervised camps that combine fun with valuable sports education.

As a parent I want my children to have fun at summer camps and, if possible, to learn something. The great strength of the IWA camps is that they achieve both of these things. Children who attend the camps are challenged physically and socially but in an environment that prioritises their enjoyment. They come to understand that ability exists on a broad spectrum and have their perceptions of what it means to be competent and capable challenged across a wide range of activities. Above all, they are given a different lens through which to look at themselves and their friends, old and new. I can think of no better way for children to spend their time.

Joe O’Hara, Full Professor of Education at DCU Institute of Education. President, European Educational Research Association (EERA)

So to ensure your children spend their school holidays enjoying fun sporting activities in a safe, nurturing environment, book early to avoid disappointment. Check the availability section for all available camps.

Sports Camps

Week 1:  6th – 10th July
Week 2:  13th – 17th July
Week 3:  20th – 24th July
Week 4:  27th – 31st  July
Week 5:  4th – 7th Aug*
Week 6:  10th – 14th Aug
Week 7:  14th – 21st Aug

* No camp Bank Holiday Monday 4th August (short week)

Our Sports Camps & Events...

Summer Camp


A group of young kids against a pink background with streamers and glitter flying at a Children's Birthday Party

Birthday Parties

Coming soon

Easter Camp


Christmas Camp


Halloween Camp