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Wildwood is a special place where campers come together to discover and explore nature.
Our campers roast s’mores over open fires, sleep under the stars, sing silly songs, paddle around Hubbard Pond, and fall in love with nature each day. Campers have fun as they explore the outdoors, make friends, and develop self-confidence and leadership skills that last a lifetime.
Wildwood is a supportive environment in which each camper is valued and respected. With the support of the Wildwood community, campers have opportunities to grow, make new friends, and choose from a variety of fun activities that allow them to explore the outdoors.
In 2021, all overnight camp sessions will be two weeks long, but campers of all age groups may register for just the first week of a session (departure will be the first Saturday of the session). Campers who stay for more than one consecutive session may choose to remain at camp between sessions by adding the "Intersession" option.
Session 1: June 20–July 3
Session 1A (first week only): June 20–June 26
Session 2: July 4–17
Session 2A (first week only): July 4–10
Session 3: July 18–31
Session 3A (first week only): July 18–24
Session 4: August 1–14
Session 4A (first week only): August 1–7
Wildwood Warbler: August 8–11
Wildwood Warbler is a three-day overnight camp program that provides younger campers, ages 7–8, with outdoor experiences and challenges appropriate for their age level. Warbler campers participate in a wide variety of outdoor activities with their own counselors and bunkmates. They join older campers for Discovery Groups and Open Activity Times, and the entire camp community for Evening Programs and meals. Warblers stay in the yurts and are supervised by experienced staff who are enthusiastic, dedicated, and committed to helping children be comfortable and grow in the out-of-doors. Small group sizes create a safe environment that is rich in individual guidance and personal attention.
The health and welfare of our campers and staff remains our highest priority. We feel confident that the success of Mass Audubon Camps in designing and offering a safe summer of camping in 2020 will guide us into another great summer in 2021. We will continue to stay informed and engaged with the work of the New Hampshire Department of Children and Families and the American Camp Association to ensure best practices with regards to staying safe as we move through the developing phases of the COVID-19 pandemic.
We anticipate that we will continue to practice the wearing of masks, physical distancing, smaller group sizes, enhanced sanitizing protocols, and all other recommended health and safety guidelines. As we learn more from working closely with partners in public health, childcare, and camping, we will continue to keep our camp community updated.
Please notes that any photos depicting children without face coverings were taken prior to 2020. All Mass Audubon program participants are now required to wear masks.