Welcome to Berkshire Nature Camps!

Two campers resting on a trail overlook at Pleasant Valley Wildlife Sanctuary

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At Berkshire Nature Camp, campers ages 3–17 have fun and make friends as they discover nature! Trail explorations, wildlife observation, outdoor play, hands-on activities, games, and crafts keep campers engaged throughout the summer.

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The camp brochure contains complete information about our camp, including full session descriptions, dates, and sliding scale pricing.

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How to Register

Registration will open on Wednesday, February 1, 2023 for our Pleasant Valley location. Families can register for sessions online or by calling 413-637-0320.

→ NOTE: Information about our Pittsfield location will be available at a later date. Please check back for updates! Registration for our Pittsfield locations will be completely separate from Pleasant Valley and directly through our three partner schools (Conte, Morningside, and Crosby), so waitlisted registrations for our Pleasant Valley location will not be used to backfill registrations for our Pittsfield location.

To ensure a smooth registration, please carefully review the Registration Instructions and log into your registration account ahead of time to check that your account, contact information, and Mass Audubon membership are active through the end of your camper’s last camp session.

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NOTE: If you see the message "No matching programs found" it means camp registration hasn't opened yet or is closed for the year.

Sliding Scale Update 

Due to overwhelming need for financial assistance, we have closed registration for Tiers 1-4. Full-price registration at Tier 5 will remain open until all available spaces are filled. As we continue to secure funding across the state, we will open more spaces at lower tiers where possible. If you are unable to pay the full tuition for camp, we encourage you to add your name to our waitlist.

Our statewide goal is to have a healthy balance of campers from all income tiers attend Mass Audubon camps in order to increase equitable access to camp for as many families as possible while still securing enough revenue to continue providing the excellent camp experience our communities have come to expect from Mass Audubon Camps.

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What Others Are Saying . . .

"We loved the unique experience of attending a camp they enjoyed so much but also learned so much! It was entirely different than the other camps they are attending this summer in such a positive way. Each day they enjoyed it more than the last. And they’ve already begged to return next year." –Camp Parent