Wellfleet Bay Natural History Day Camp
At Wellfleet Bay Summer Camps in South Wellfleet and Chatham, every day is an adventure! Campers ages 4–13 have fun and make friends as they discover Cape Cod habitats and wildlife. Themed weekly sessions offer a blend of outdoor exploration, hands-on activities, and games.
Our flagship camp, located at Wellfleet Bay Wildlife Sanctuary in South Wellfleet. Campers investigate the woodlands, marsh, and coastline of our 937-acre landscape. Older campers travel off-site for special activities, such as kayaking, whale watching, and snorkeling.
A satellite location for our popular summer day camp program in Wellfleet, Mass Audubon’s Natural History Day Camp in Chatham is designed to promote a child’s innate curiosity and excitement for the natural world. No two days are alike!
No two days are alike at camp, but this sample schedule gives an overview of daily activities and flow.
Our goal is to instill awareness and appreciation of nature, teach responsibility for the environment, and promote an understanding of our place in nature. Camp activities are carefully planned to meet these goals and, at the same time, create fun and memorable experiences.
Our caring, well-prepared counselors are actively engaged in teaching and playing with campers. Each staff member provides enthusiasm for outdoor exploration, the desire to educate, and a caring heart for children.