Overnight Camps

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For children who have attended during the school year, we will be doing much the same as you remember - chores, work projects, crafts, tracking - with the addition of an afternoon swim at a nearby state park. Everyone can look forward to: milking cows, gardening, building, hiking, swimming, cooking, caring for animals, working in the woods, singing, haying, star gazing, shooting hoops, sawing timber, throwing frisbees and enjoying the summer breezes with new and old friends. Current 5th graders and older may register. Applications start being processed in November on a first come, first served basis. Apply early. See Courtney for scholarship information.
In southern New Hampshire, on 153 acres by the shores of Hubbard Pond, Wildwood offers campers all traditional camp activities and also a chance to explore the environment and gain a greater respect for nature and our role in conserving it.Registrations are accepted until camp sessions are full. Register as soon as you decide you would like to send a camper to Wildwood. Wildwood offers limited financial assistance to qualified families by application.
Girl Scouts of Eastern Massachusetts has four resident camps spanning from Cape Cod to New Hampshire. Each specializes in a certain activity. Camp Favorite is known for its sailing; Camp Wind-in-the-Pines for adventure sports including rock climbing, white water rafting and the ropes course; Camp Runels for arts & crafts; and Camp Wabasso for horseback riding! Girls will be decision-makers with leadership opportunities in every program.All girls entering grades 2-12 are welcome and will benefit from attending our camps. Financial assistance is available to girls living in one of Girl Scouts of Eastern Massachusetts’ communities and is reviewed monthly from February – June. Bus service to resident camps will run from Boston, Braintree and Burlington for $50 each way. Camps: Camp Favorite, Brewster, MA Camp Runels, Pelham, NH Camp Wabasso, Bradford, NH Camp Wind-in-the-Pines, Plymouth, MADates vary by location
Agassiz Village is nestled on 400 scenic acres on the shore of beautiful Thompson Lake in Poland Maine. Our camp offers a safe and healthy environment where children’s smiles and laughter create lifelong friendships and provide a lifetime of memories. More importantly, our campers have the opportunity to embark on a life-changing experience. Agassiz Village campers take with them our values of responsibility, self-confidence, service to others and a commitment to learning.Ages 8-13. All campers receive a subsidized rate thanks to the generosity of many individuals, corporations, and foundations. Our fees are based on a sliding scale that offers up to 90% discounts on the cost of camp. Additional financial aid is also available. Transportation is provided.TWO-WEEK Sessions
Surrounded by the beautiful hills and woods of Peterborough, NH, Brantwood Camp, is a summer camp for boys and girls and enrolls campers who are between the ages of 11 and 15 from Boston, New York City, Jersey City, Hartford, and urban areas of New Hampshire who might not otherwise have an opportunity to attend summer camp.Camper registration begins in January of each year. As is our tradition, returning campers and campers from sponsoring agencies have the first priority in registering. Applications are considered on a first come first served basis and campers are accepted into a particular session until that session is full. In effect, every camper is on scholarship. Brantwood offers additional scholarship funds to families with demonstrated need.TWO-WEEK Sessions
Each summer, 200 young men and women ages 6 to 15 years old head to lakeside cabins in the heart of the White Mountains, located on Squam Lake in New Hampshire. Residential camping allows the campers to engage in a long list of activities including canoeing, swimming, archery, hiking, fishing, ecology, camping skills, and just enjoying the mountain air.Sliding ScaleTWO-WEEK Sessions
Sunset Point Camp, located in Hull, serves as a dream ‘vacation’ for 300 children each summer. The goal of the camp has always been to provide a free vacation for at-risk, low-income children from the Greater Boston area, without regard for their race, nationality, or religious affiliation.Ages 6-12. Transportation provided from Dorchester. Camp fee is $25 per session with all meals provided. Children may only attend 1 session per summer.TBA
Windsor Mountain International Summer Camp is a non-competitive, overnight co-ed New England summer camp in southwest New Hampshire (approximately two hours from Boston, four hours from NYC).Campers are 7-16 years old and our free-choice program offers hundreds of activities in a variety of activity areas and encourages campers to try new things. We have 2, 3.5 and 7-week camp sleep away sessions. For those families interested, Windsor Mountain arranges for buses and vans from Boston. Financial aid is awarded on a rolling basis.2, 3.5, and 7-week camp sleep away sessions.
On a nine-acre site in the Green Mountains of Vermont, Earthen Vessels Summer Camp provides structured camp activities — from volleyball to archery to chess — build character, community and sportsmanship. Reaching the top of Vermont’s 4000-foot peaks teaches challenging life lessons in perseverance and accomplishment.2:1 camper to staff ratioTBA