Oakcrest does not have wheelchair-accessible cabins or bathrooms, and uneven terrain and distance between activities make the use of crutches at camp very tiresome for campers. In addition, young women with uncontrolled diabetes or other severe physical, emotional, or mental disabilities which prohibit full participation are encouraged to consider stake camp or special needs camp as an alternative to Oakcrest. Local stake/ward leaders do not attend Oakcrest with their campers, and hired Oakcrest counselors are not trained to handle severe limitations. Campers who come to Oakcrest are expected to function independently and provide their own self-care. Some young women with physical or mental needs which require only a little individual help may attend with a 16 to 18-year-old buddy. See our Buddy Agreement. Special needs and limitations should be noted on the online registration form.