Welcome to Drumlin Farm Camp!
At Drumlin Farm Camps in Lincoln and Sudbury, 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.
Our programs encourage campers to explore local habitats while connecting them to the joys and wonders of the natural landscape. Campers engage through crafts, games, songs, cooking, and hands-on activities specific to the site. Each of our three locations offer unique educational opportunities stemming from their differing landscapes.
at Drumlin Farm Wildlife Sanctuary, Lincoln
Campers ages 4–17 experience life on a working farm and wildlife sanctuary as they care for farm animals, practice sustainable farming, discover the science behind nature, and observe native wildlife. Learn More >
at Assabet River National Wildlife Refuge, Sudbury
One-week sessions for campers entering grades 2–6 offer a unique blend of outdoor activities (canoeing, archery, and fishing), wilderness skills (shelter building, orienteering), and hands-on exploration. Explore the trails, forest, and pond while learning from Drumlin Farm staff, and get a close-up look at endangered species and conservation efforts. Learn More >
We design our camp around the pillars of community, interdependence, and stewardship, and hope that each camper ends their day having learned something new. Our goal is to create and facilitate lifelong connections with nature that create responsible stewards of our planet. Learn More >
Our camp staff are a diverse group of naturalists, teachers, and college students who want more than a summer job. They are thoroughly trained and well prepared for the shifting nature of a day at camp. Our counselors exhibit an enthusiasm for outdoor education, a love of the natural world, and a desire to build a strong, cohesive, and inclusive community. Learn More >
We offer a variety of camp programs at three locations for campers age 4–16, as well as a Counselors-in-Training program for teens entering grades 9–12. Register for camp today and get ready to discover, explore, and play outside this summer! Learn More >
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Testimonials collected via our anonymous end-of-season camp family evaluation. Learn More >
Camp Open Houses
Meet our staff and tour the grounds at these Camp Open House events.
Drumlin Farm Camp Open House
Thursday, June 20, 4–6 pm
Drumlin Farm Wildlife Sanctuary, 208 South Great Road, Lincoln, MA
Assabet River Camp Open House
Thursday, June 20, 4–6 pm
Assabet River National Wildlife Refuge, 680 Hudson Road, Sudbury, MA