Welcome to Broadmoor Nature Camp

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At Broadmoor Nature Camp in Natick, kids ages 4–17 do what comes naturally: explore, have fun, and make friends! Campers create lifelong memories through guided outdoor explorations, games, hands-on activities, and crafts. They come to understand their place in nature, as well as the importance of preserving it. Small group sizes ensure that campers stay safe and engaged with role models who are creative, knowledgeable, and enthusiastic.

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Our brochure contains complete camp information, including session descriptions, dates, and costs.

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Registration is now open!

Beginning January 13, families may register online or by calling 508-655-2296.

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Please note: Many of our camp programs are full and have been removed from the online catalog. If you are interested in a program that you do not see listed, please add your name to our waitlist.

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2022 Camp Sessions & Dates

→ NOTE: There will be no camp on Monday, July 4; fees for July 5–8 sessions will be prorated.

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Nature Camps

One-week sessions • 9:00 am–3:00 pm (except where noted)

Curiosity Club • Ages 4–5
Half-day (9:00 am–1:00 pm) weekly sessions June 20–August 12
Children must be age 4 by June 1

Discoverers • Ages 5–6
Weekly sessions June 20–August 12

Naturalists • Ages 7–8
Weekly sessions | June 20–July 8, August 8–12
Two-week sessions | July 11–22, July 25–August 5

Explorers • Ages 9–10
Weekly sessions | June 20–July 8, August 8–12
Two-week sessions | July 11–22, July 25–August 5

Biologists • Ages 11–14
Weekly sessions | June 20–July 8, August 8–12
Two-week sessions | July 11–22, July 25–August 5

Teen Camps

One- or two-week sessions • Full-day

Counselors-In-Training (CITs) • Ages 15–17
One-week session | August 8–12
Two-week sessions | June 27–July 8, July 11–22, July 25–August 5
Required training for all CITs takes place June 22–23. Must submit an application to register. Learn more >

Environmental Leadership for Teens (ELT) • Ages 14–17
The ELT program is being offered at all three of Mass Audubon's Metro West nature camps (Broadmoor in Natick, Drumlin Farm in Lincoln, and Habitat in Belmont), with each sanctuary focusing on a different theme. Teens may sign up for one session or a combination of sessions. A virtual expo for all participants will be held on August 19.

  • "Making Waves" at Broadmoor | July 11–22
  • "Agricultural Activism" at Drumlin Farm | June 27–July 8, August 8–19
  • "Forest Conservation" at Habitat | July 25–August 5

Extended-Day Option

Before Camp
7:30–9:00 am • Ages 4–14
Pre-registration required