After you've received your registration confirmation, it's time to find out everything you and your camper need to know before heading off to camp!
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Campers and parents should read this information together, before completing camp forms. This is where you’ll find packing lists as well as lots of information about camp routines, communication, health care, and answers to your camp questions.
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The first half of your camp tuition is due upon registration. Final payments are due May 1. Follow up payments can be made online, by check, or by phone with a credit card. Please speak to the office for payment plan options.
Camp forms include a health form, waivers and release information, and camper and parent information. These forms need to be submitted well in advance of camp to help Wildwood Staff prepare to welcome each camper.
Nature needs the next generation of environmental leaders to be ready! Over the last few years, the teen leadership programs at Wildwood have undergone some changes to better support the Mass Audubon and Wildwood mission. We are excited to announce that going forward our teen leadership program will be called the Environmental Leadership Program (ELP). […]
Wildwood has welcomed campers to explore nature at four camp locations throughout Massachusetts and New Hampshire since 1950. Summer 2020 marks our 70th anniversary as well as 20 years since we purchased our permanent camp location in Rindge, New Hampshire. To celebrate, we are hosting an alumni reunion weekend from August 22–23, 2020! Folks can choose […]
Experience the wonders of winter and learn new ways to enjoy the outdoors year-round during our February Vacation Week Teen Adventure Trip: Winter in the Whites! Trip Overview This trip embraces the challenges of winter and focuses on the outdoor opportunities unique to the season. We’ll explore Mount Monadnock and the White Mountains by snowshoe […]