NEOC, Set in Nature. Rooted in Wonder. Bursting with Fun!
NEOC connects campers, age 3 - 15, to nature with activities that spark their excitement, curiosity, and individuality! Their campus, on the Elm Bank Reservation in Wellesley, is an expansive property with river-access, trails, forested areas, gardens, and the opportunity for campfires. Their activities include canoeing, archery, hiking, shelter building, gardening, arts & crafts, games, sports, and wellness. As campers range from ages 3 - 15, all activities are carefully tailored to be age appropriate. Choice is a keystone of the NEOC experience and their program champions the development of independence by offering choice activities each afternoon.
One very special and unique aspect of NEOC is the multi-age play and mentoring built into their program, which is well-supported by the inclusive and intimate camp culture. As campers grow at NEOC, they are encouraged to wonder about, investigate, and build their understanding of nature.
If getting outdoors is on your camper's agenda for summer 2023, look no further than Camp Chewonki! Be sure to stop by their booth at the Boston Camp Fair to hear about their adventurous programs.
Since 1915, Camp Chewonki has welcomed young people from all over the country to enjoy nature-based summer programming at their 400-acre coastal campus in Wiscasset, Maine. The also offer extended backcountry adventure trips focused on backpacking, canoeing, whitewater kayaking, and ocean kayaking throughout Maine and the Canada. Available to campers ages 8-14, Camp Chewonki's provides programs that are incredible for everyone.
Meet representatives from Camp Chewonki at the Boston Camp Fair in February - they can't wait to share more information about their program with you!
There is never a dull moment at YMCA Camp Mi-Te-Na because there is so much to choose from. You won't want to miss their exhibitor booth at the Boston Camp Fair!
YMCA Camp Mi-Te-Na is a boys overnight summer camp for ages 8-15. For nearly 110 years Camp Mi-Te-Na, a friendly outdoor community that extends nearly one-half mile along the shores of Halfmoon Lake, has been providing boys of all ages a home away from home where they can have a great time and be themselves.
Spanning 70 wooded acres in peaceful Alton, NH, Mi-Te-Na is a safe environment for campers to enhance their appreciation of the outdoors and build life-long friendships and excellent leadership skills. Campers can enjoy target sports, waterfront activities, high and low ropes course and more.
Come meet representatives from YMCA Camp Mi-Te-Na this February at the Boston Camp Fair!
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.