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.
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.
LINX Camps has the recipe to make summer 2024 special — mix together favorite camps, fold in several friends, and top it with convenient services!
LINX Camps proudly offers the greater Boston area a premier summer day camp experience for kids ages 3 - 15. Their fun-filled, exciting, and innovative divisions — junior (half and full day), general, adventure, performing arts, sports, and STEAM — are rich with choices and grounded in traditions. Campers create their ideal summer camp experience from our extensive variety of camps: Ninja Warriors, Cupcake Battles, and Theater to Fashion, Spy, and more! Their enthusiastic and attentive team, led by industry experts, recognizes each camper's strengths. They support the growth of younger campers and build character in older ones.
Their campus at the Dana Hall School in Wellesley has many fields for traditional camp games and activities, a dining hall, and a state-of-the-art athletic building. Additionally, they have air-conditioned indoor facilities to make sure their day is uninterrupted even when severe weather passes by.
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.
For many campers, summer is all about sports. If that's the case, you will be eager to meet Academy Camps at the Boston Camp Fair in February!
Academy Camps takes a modern, holistic approach to the sports camp experience. They combine expert sports-specific coaching with performance and wellness training, mindset and leadership development, and daily programming that includes traditional camp and adventure activities.
Their dynamic and engaging environment enables campers to dig deep, grow as athletes, and become better members of their community.
Academy Camps is conveniently located at Suffield Academy, which boasts state-of-the-art athletic facilities, modern dorms, and a beautiful 368 acre campus set in the heart of New England (Suffield, CT) conveniently located 2-hours from Boston.
Speak with representatives from Academy Camps at their Boston Camp Fair booth to learn more!
Camp Winaukee's experience includes traditional sports, as well as non-traditional activities. Learn all about their unique programming at the Boston Camp Fair!
Camp Winaukee, located in New Hampshire on Lake Winnipesaukee, is an all-boys, overnight sports camp. They welcome boys in grades 1st through 9th, and have diverse domestic and international representation within the camper population. In addition to sports, they offer activities such as archery, woodshop, arts & crafts, and an outdoor program. The waterfront offers any activity one could imagine and more!
What truly makes Winaukee unique is that although it is one camp, it has two campuses, each with their own athletic facilities, dining hall, and 24-hour staffed health centers. The mainland camp houses the 1st through 6th graders and the island camp houses the 7th through 9th graders. This allows Winaukee to be a big camp with a small camp feel in which all campers are seen and heard. Programming on the fields, courts and beyond is developed to be age appropriate and "age fun!"
Be sure to speak with Camp Winaukee representatives at the Boston Camp Fair this February to hear more!
If the words vibrant, creative, inclusive, nurturing, silly, inspiring, fun describe what your camper is looking for this summer, look no further than Creative Arts at Park! Be sure to meet their representatives at the Boston Camp Fair.
Every summer, 7-15-year-olds embrace Creative Arts at Park to explore and experience a full range of visual and performing arts and sports. On the beautiful Park School campus, campers create their own schedules from a variety of classes in visual arts, dance, theatre, music, video, computers, photography, writing, and sports.
Under the guidance of professional artists and educators, children discover talents and develop skills that will provide life-long enjoyment. CAAP is truly an unforgettable arts experience – and a place to grow, find friendship, and have lots of fun!
Visit the Creative Arts at Park exhibitor booth at the Boston Camp Fair - you won't want to miss it!
Accommodating just 140 campers, Camp Bournedale is located on picturesque Great Herring Pond in Plymouth, Massachusetts and offers both a boys overnight program and a co-ed day camp. Stop by their booth at the Boston Camp Fair to learn more about everything they offer!
Camp Bournedale is known for its wonderful athletic facilities and superb instruction. The camp location includes seven tennis courts, two ball fields, and two outdoor basketball courts, all lighted for night play. Many of their competitive programs run in the evenings so that the day is available for other fun, active programs. Training clinics focused on excellent instruction are held in tennis, golf, soccer, and basketball.
Camp Bournedale's co-ed summer day camp is available to campers age 7-15, Monday through Friday from 9 am to 5 pm. Campers can expect to enjoy swim instruction, tubing, knee boarding, waterskiing, sailing, kayaking, and sports instruction. Arts and crafts, rocketry, model building, and marine science instruction are also offered.
Stop by the Camp Bournedale booth at the Boston Camp Fair to have all of your most important questions answered!
This blog is written by Abby Barber, owner of Barber Events and the Boston Camp Fair.