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Looking back at the Wildwood waterfront and dining hall from across Hubbard Pond
Wildwood Camp, Rindge, NH

Prepare for Wildwood Camp

Camp is coming! Find all the information you need to know to make your Wildwood Camp experience the best it can be.

Packing for Camp

Find a list of everything you need to bring to camp (and what not to bring).

Camp Handbook

The camp handbook contains packing lists as well as lots of information about camp routines, communication, health care, and answers to the most common camp questions.

Camp Forms

Camp forms include a health form, waivers and release information, and camper and parent information. Each spring, parents will receive a welcome email from CampDoc. Please set [email protected] as a "safe sender" in your address book to avoid this email going to junk and spam folders.

All CampDoc electronic forms are due by May 15. If you register for camp after May 15, send your camp forms as soon as possible. A camper cannot attend camp until camp forms are complete.

Make a Payment

Final payments are due May 15. Follow-up payments can be made online (only through May 15), by check, or by phone with a credit card. Please contact the camp office for payment plan options.

Make a Payment

Visit Wildwood

Wildwood hosts two open house days at camp each May. Take a tour, meet some camp staff, and ask your camp questions.

Keeping in Touch with Campers

There are a number of ways to keep in touch with your camper during their stay at Wildwood.

Postal Mail & Care Packages

Campers love to receive mail from home. We encourage them to write letters, too! Feel free to provide your camper with pre-stamped envelopes so that they may easily write home. Stamps are also available for purchase at the Camp Store. Note that mail typically takes 4-5 days to travel to and from camp, which is especially important to keep in mind if your camper is attending a one-week session.

Parents often ask if they may send a care package to their child’s cabin, tent or unit. Absolutely! When a package arrives, a camper opens it with a Wildwood staff member present. Field guides, craft supplies, stickers, and games are all welcome surprises, but please do not send food! Food in cabins attracts critters and insects. All food sent to camp will be disposed of.

Mailing Addresses for Letters & Packages

Sent via US Postal Service:
Camper Name & Unit
Wildwood – Mass Audubon
P. O. Box 826
Rindge, NH 03461

Sent via UPS or FedEx:
Camper Name & Unit
Wildwood – Mass Audubon
27 Vining Road
Rindge, NH 03461


Campers can receive (but not send) emails. Email may not be printed every day, so please assume that a camper will receive a message in 2–3 days. Due to the limits of our internet connection at camp, please send text-only messages. Type your camper’s name and unit in the subject line of the message like this: “Mickey Camper in Thoreau" and send to [email protected].

Phone Calls

In addition to not being allowed cell phones, campers do not receive or make calls at camp, except as approved by the Director. In case of an emergency at home, please call the Wildwood Office at 603-899-5589 

Visiting Camp  

Wildwood does not have visiting days during camp sessions. In case of an emergency, please contact us at the phone number listed above.