Welcome to Drumlin Farm Camps!
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. More details >
At Drumlin Farm Camp in Lincoln, campers ages 4–17 develop an appreciation for nature. Campers gain confidence and comfort in the natural world and understand the interconnectedness among people, land, and wildlife.
Get the Brochure
Our brochure contains complete camp information, including full session descriptions, dates, and costs.
How to Register
Families may register online, by calling 781-259-2244, or by mailing the registration form with payment to the address listed on the form.
→ Please Note: Several camps listed in our brochure no longer appear in the online catalog. Age groups and sessions that have reached capacity and have full waitlists have been removed.
Locations & Sessions
Drumlin Farm Wildlife Sanctuary (Lincoln)
Campers experience life on a working farm and wildlife sanctuary as they care for farm animals, practice sustainable farming, observe native wildlife, and discover the science behind nature. Learn more >
Assabet River National Wildlife Refuge (Sudbury)
This location will not be open in 2021.
We look forward to when Assabet River Camp can return!
What Others are Saying . . .
The following testimonials were submitted anonymously via our end-of-season camp family evaluation.
"This is an amazing camp. The closeness of nature will make these kids better stewards for the future."
"What a gift to offer this magical experience! Our children came home every day energized and inspired. They regaled us with stories of their encounters with the farm animals, catching toads, playing games outside, meeting new friends, and entertaining camp counselor stories about birds. THANK YOU to the amazing Drumlin staff!"
"My child had a great time and is looking forward to returning next year. I really appreciate the inclusive atmosphere of this camp. (I noticed the pronoun pins worn by staff.) It seems like you do a great job of building a camp culture and sense of community and helping kids learn more about nature. Thank you!"
"Thank you so much for making this year happen! It was so important for our children to have a chance to play with others and that would not have happened this summer if camps like yours hadn't made a tremendous effort to open and open safely."