With great sadness, we’ve concluded that we are not able to deliver camp the way we’ve enjoyed together in the past. The safety and well-being of our campers and the community is always our top priority when planning for the summer. With the coronavirus still present in our region, we cannot maintain the level of safety, education, companionship, and fun that we strive for at Watershed Nature Camp. Our staff have been investigating alternative programming for the summer and are continuing to work on providing activities and programs over the summer.
In typical times and for more than 45 years, our summer camp has provided a spirited mix of nature, science, play and community. Camp takes place on our sprawling 950-acre nature reserve, which includes wildflower meadows, the serene Stony Brook, our quiet Wargo Pond, and acres of sheltering forests.
Every day, youngsters at the Watershed Nature Camp explore, engage and experience the wild, natural world around them. Some of our campers’ favorite activities are hiking the trails, building shelters, meeting critters and cooling off in streams. As campers get older, they will experience even greater adventures — cookouts, camping, and trips!
For high-school students interested in working outdoors with children, we offer Counselor-In-Training opportunities and the Watershed Academy for High School Students.
When registering, please use the Register Here button below and scroll to the correct June, July and August months on the calendar.