Since 1980, Steve & Kate’s Camp has empowered children by entrusting them with control over their own learning journeys. Through the process of trying, failing, and learning independently, kids cultivate trust in their own judgment, equipping them to confront the challenges of a dynamic world with creativity and confidence.
Campers have the freedom to select from a diverse array of real-time activities, such as sewing, stop-motion animation, music, coding, sports & rec, makers crafts, baking, and more. They determine what they want to do and for how long.
This summer, families have the flexibility to purchase as many days as they need, usable at any time without the need for weekly reservations—just show up! Alternatively, for extended care, a Summer Pass covering the entire season is available. In the event of changing plans, any unused Passes will be automatically refunded in full at the end of the summer.
Camp Harbor View is a FREE day camp in Boston, MA.
Since 2007, thousands of Boston middle-schoolers have spent transformative summers at our one-of-a-kind camp on Long Island in the Boston Harbor. In addition to classic summer camp activities like sports, arts, music, rock climbing, water sports, swimming, sailing, science, gardening, and fishing; our programs build leadership skills, invest in creativity, and broaden horizons.
Campers must live in Boston and be entering the 6th, 7th, 8th, or 9th grade in the fall of 2024 to be eligible to attend. Bus and ferry transportation to and from camp as well as 3 meals daily (breakfast and lunch at camp, a bagged dinner to take home) are included.
Eagle Island Camp on Upper Saranac Lake offers a distinctive Adirondack summer camp experience for girls aged 9-17.
Nestled on an island, the camp provides a diverse range of activities, including daily swimming lessons, paddling, STEM-inspired outdoor education, camper-choice activities, sailing, nature education, team-building, crafts, and traditional survival skills like fire-building and shelter-building.
With small group sizes, the staff gets to know each camper, tailoring the programming to their interests and needs, ensuring a memorable and transformative summer camp adventure.
If the great outdoors is calling to your camper, they will be eager to meet the Wah-Tut-Ca Reservation representatives at the Boston Camp Fair!
Lantern Light Camps at the Wah-Tut-Ca Reservation was established to support outdoor educational and recreational programs for children, young adults and families. Lantern Light is rebuilding the reservation to create a safe and nurturing environment where kids of all ages can thrive in the great outdoors.
The Wah-Tut-Ca Reservation is located on Northwood Lake in Northwood NH. They run programs throughout the year for both youth and families. In the fall and spring there are nature and aquatic programs available, while their summer resident camping program runs in July and August. During the summer they offer several special concentrated programs that support a wide range of interests.
Learn more about Lantern Light Camps and the beautiful Wah-Tut-Ca Reservation at their booth at the Boston Camp Fair!
This blog is written by Abby Barber, owner of Barber Events and the Boston Camp Fair.