Welcome to Wild at Art Nature Camp!

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Give your child the chance to experience the transformative power of art and nature! Our unique camp setting—part wildlife sanctuary, part art studio and maker's space—in Canton inspires creativity, promotes well-being, and enhances connections to nature.

Campers ages 4.5–14 have fun and build lasting friendships while naturalists, teaching artists, and trained counselors lead them in outdoor explorations and creative art projects, including kiln-fired pottery, painting, mixed media, printmaking, and more. We provide a safe, fun-filled camp experience specially designed to nurture a child’s happiness and sense of wonder.

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The brochure contains complete camp information, including full descriptions, weekly themes, and pricing.

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How to Register


After January 27, families may register online or by calling 781-821-8853. Registration is now open!

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2022 Camp Sessions & Dates


View full session descriptions, weekly themes, and pricing in the brochure >

Sessions are divided into groups based on camper ages.

Mini-Camps

Two-day sessions • 9:00 am–3:00 pm

Ages 4.5–6 • Ages 7–8
July 5–6 | That’s Wild: Water Safari
July 7–8 | Art Immersion: Wild Painting

Ages 9–10 • Ages 11–13
July 5–6 | That’s Wild: Birds of Prey
July 7–8 | Aquatic Adventures

One-week Camps

Monday–Friday • 9:00 am–3:00 pm

Ages 4.5–6 • Ages 7–8
June 20–24 | The Lorax: Being Nature’s Superhero
June 27–July 1 | Clay-mazing Treasure Hunters
July 11–15 | That’s Wild: Owl Extravaganza
July 18–22 | Crucial Keystone Critters
July 25–29 | That’s Wild: Bug Safari
August 1–5 | That’s Wild: Birds of Prey
August 8–12 | Amazing Amphibians & Remarkable Reptiles
August 15–19 | Painting & Pollinators

Ages 9–10 • Ages 11–13
June 20–24 | Nature's Serenade: Acoustic Ecology
June 27–July 1 | Owl Ecology & Art
August 8–12 | Painting Immersion: Nature's Palette
August 15–19 | Nature Photography & Media Art: Build, Create, and Learn

NEW! Taking Flight • Ages 11–14
June 20–24 | Flight
June 27–July 1 | Nesting
July 11–15 | Miniature Landscapes
July 18–22 | Wildflowers
July 25–29 | Pollinators
August 1–5 | Owls
August 8–12 | Hawks & Falcons
August 15–19 | Metamorphosis

Two-week Camps

Monday–Friday • 9:00 am–3:00 pm

Ages 9–10 • Ages 11–14
July 11–22 | Ceramics & Pottery Inspired by Nature
July 25–August 5 | Nature’s Canvas: Painting, Nature Journaling, & Field Biology

For Older Teens

Counselors-in-Training (CIT) • Ages 14–16
$250 member, $315 nonmember
(Fee covers mandatory training & commitment to at least two weeks of camp)
Must submit an application to register; limited spaces available. Learn more >

Extended-Day Options

Before Camp
7:45–9:00 am
Pre-registration required

After Camp
3:00–5:30 pm
Pre-registration required


What Others are Saying . . .


"Of all the camps that we have gone to over the years (and there have been many!) the Wild at Art Nature Camp is our favorite. My children look forward to their weeks here every year. Never mind those other camps that sell out in January. To me, this camp is Mass Audubon’s best kept secret." –Camp Parent

"Each year the camp gets better and better. Camp counselors and staff are welcoming, attentive, and form strong bonds with the children. My daughter learns (and has fun learning) at camp. And, we use that knowledge year-round by asking questions about nature and art and things she learned at camp." –Camp Family