Rochester Rotary Sunshine Campus is a fully-accessible residential summer camp located in Rush, N.Y. that has met the needs of children with paralysis and other physical challenges and their families since 1922.

Each summer, more than 2,500 children and young-adult campers (ages 7 to 21 years old) with disabilities take advantage of this 157-acre campground. It is the only camp facility of its kind in Greater Rochester that gives children with special needs unique overnight camping experiences.

Rochester Rotary Sunshine Campus is owned by Rochester Rotary Charitable Trusts Inc. and operated by the Rochester Rotary Club.  The facility hosts summer camps held by Rochester Rotary as well as partner agencies including the American Diabetes Association, Camp Haccamo, Camp Joy, Heritage Christian Services, the Muscular Dystrophy Association, Reach for the Stars, Volunteers of America Camp Heroes and AutismUP.

Sunshine Campus has state-of-the-art experiences for campers, including a rock climbing wall, zipline, Olympic sized swimming pool, archery course, fully-accessible wooden treehouse, and now the Gizzi Family Sensory Center.