Welcome to Mass Audubon Adventure Camp at Redbrook!

Allens Pond campers

Mass Audubon Adventure Camp at Redbrook inspires children’s curiosity about the natural world while getting them moving outside. Campers ages 4–10 enjoy active, hands-on exploration of Redbrook’s trails, bogs, and special habitats. Creative art projects, games, and cooperative challenges encourage growth, while sports activities such as basketball, street hockey, kickball, and other camp favorites strengthen teamwork. This unique nature-and-sports experience builds community and confidence among campers.

Camp Location

Camp is located at Redbrook, a community inspired by nature that's set on 1,400 acres of preserved forest, fresh water, and cranberry bogs. Activities take place on the Redbrook Village Green in partnership with the on-site, state-of-the-art YMCA, and on select nature trails at Redbrook. Learn More >

Campers ages 4–10 actively explore trails, bogs, and special habitats during half- and full-day weekly sessions. At our Redbrook location, outdoor discovery is combined with sports activities (led by the YMCA), for a unique nature-and-sports experience that builds community and strengthens confidence among campers. Learn More >

No two days are alike at camp, but this sample schedule gives an idea of daily activities and flow. Learn More >

We believe it’s important for children learn and grow through their interactions with nature as well as with each other. Camp provides opportunities for hands-on outdoor exploration, during which campers exercise curiosity and gain appreciation for nature. At our Redbrook location, we’re pleased to partner with the YMCA to build camper community and confidence through sports activities. Learn More >

Camp staff members are chosen for their enthusiasm, experience, knowledge, and ability to work with children outdoors. Staff are certified in first aid, CPR, and/or lifeguarding and attend pre-camp training in safety, child development, and natural history. Learn More >