SIGN UP FOR ONE WEEK OR ALL SEVEN
Each week at Assabet River Camp is a different adventure through the 2,200 acre Assabet River National Wildlife Refuge in Sudbury. Campers have fun, make friends, and develop a sense of place through exploration, observation, and inquiry.
BUILD SKILLS, EXPLORE HABITATS
Canoe Puffer Pond, shoot for a bullseye at the archery range, cast a line from the fishing dock, and discover the unique history of Assabet River and the larger National Wildlife Refuge System. Each week will blend wilderness skill-building, such as knot-tying, orienteering, shelter building, and wild edibles identification, with in-deth habitat exploration.
ACTIVITY, ADVENTURE, CONNECTION
Campers are warmly welcomed with intentional team-building activities. Those who participate in multiple weeks will enjoy new adventures that build on existing skills, and opportunities for leadership. Our days are active, but we always build in time for rest and reflection for campers to connect with - and develop an appreciation for - nature and each other.
NEW FOR 2019: The Drumlin Farm to Assabet Bus
$100/week, or $10 per ride
The Drumlin Farm to Assabet bus leaves Drumlin Farm at 8:30 am to transport campers to Assabet, and arrives back at Drumlin Farm around 3:15.
Use of the Drumlin / Assabet Bus means campers can go to Before/After Camp at Drumlin Farm.
In order to add the bus program and before/after camp to any week of Assabet River Camp, please call or email us at 781-259-2244 / firstname.lastname@example.org