Published on January 3, 2018

Summer Camp Registration is Open!

Campers at Wachusett Meadow Wildlife Sanctuary Day Camp
Boston Parents Paper 2017 Family Favorite Winner - Animal & Nature Summer Camps

Are you looking forward to summer 2018? We sure are—especially now that summer camp registration is open!

At Wachusett Meadow Day Camp in Princeton, campers have fun and make friends through hands-on outdoor exploration, noncompetitive games, and creative arts and crafts. But most of all, they enjoy learning from our enthusiastic, friendly, and knowledgeable staff.

One-week sessions have campers out in nature exploring habitats, hiking trails, catching insects, experimenting with science, canoeing, dabbling in art, and playing games.

Campers stay active with twice-daily hikes and a combination of structured learning and free play. Small group sizes and low counselor-to-camper ratios create opportunities to form great relationships in a caring and supportive environment.

Sign up today and join the fun! 

Three Easy Ways to Register

What Others Are Saying 

“It is obvious the programs offered are carefully and thoughtfully put together. The kids are engaged, safe, taught new skills and information. These are wonderful programs, many thanks to the staff!”—Camp Parent

“I used to hike to ‘get to the top,’ now I’m going to hike to look around and explore in the woods.”—Camper

Wildwood Overnight Camp

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Is your day camper ready to try an overnight camp experience? Check out Mass Audubon’s Wildwood Camp! With outdoor exploration programs for boys and girls ages 9–17, Wildwood is the perfect next step for your day camp-lover.

Download the Wildwood brochure

2018 Brochure 1.45 MB