Camp registration opens January 10 for Summer 2023!
Registration for Drumlin Farm Camp in Lincoln opens on Tuesday, January 10, and we’re looking forward to sunshine, summertime, and days filled with wonder and discovery in the great outdoors.
To ensure a smooth registration process, please log in to your registration account ahead of time to check that your account and Mass Audubon membership are active.
Please note: Your membership must be active through the end of your child’s camp session in order to qualify for the member rate. If you register for camp at the member rate and your membership is due to lapse before the start of camp, you will be billed for your membership renewal.
At Drumlin Farm Camp, children ages 4–17 discover local habitats, connect with the natural landscape, and develop great friendships—a tradition we’ve maintained since 1956. Campers experience life on a working farm and wildlife sanctuary as they care for farm animals, observe native wildlife, participate in sustainable farming, and discover the science behind nature.
- Two-week Farm and Nature Camps: ages 4–13 explore the connections between farming and the natural world
- One-week Nature Camps: ages 4–8 learn about the world around them through exploration, experimentation, and craft projects
- One-week Farm Camps: ages 4–13 help care for crops and livestock
- Environmental Leadership for Teens: ages 13–17 develop the skills and inspiration to take climate action in their own communities
- Counselors-in-Training: ages 14–17 gain leadership skills and experience working with children in an outdoor setting
To ensure that as many children as possible have the opportunity to explore and make memories at camp this summer, families may register each camper for no more than four weeks of camp. This policy does not apply to the CIT or ELT programs for teens.
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“Drumlin is my son's happy place. When I asked about another camp he went to and if he enjoyed it as much as Drumlin - the answer was: Not even close.” —2022 Camp Parent