Hale Day Camp
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Hale Day Campís campus consists of two playing fields, a private swimming beach with changing area and bathroom, an outdoor activity pavilion, an Arts & Crafts cabin, Worthington and Powissett Lodges.
Traditional Camp is full of activities parents remember and kids love, like arts and crafts to archery, outdoor living skills to Red Cross swim lessons, sports and field games to nature hikes, Hale Day Camp has it all.
Specialty Camps: Grades 4 - 10
Campers looking for challenge and adventure will enjoy these exciting opportunites to explore outdoors. All Specialty Camps offer a free swim period each day but do not include swim lessons.
Outdoor Adventures (OA)
Outdoor Adventure programs focus on camping and backpacking, canoeing and kayaking, teambuilding and rock climbing. The goal is for campers to learn and develop the necessary skills to enjoy an active, outdoor lifestyle.
Mountain Bikers (MB) grades 4 - 8
The Mountain Biker programs include 2 -3 hours of riding each day, as well as other traditional camp activities. Participant must provide his/her own bike and helmet.
Wilderness Trips for Grades 7 - 10
We are excited to offer campers extended backpacking trips around New England! Both WT programs start at Hale Day Camp with campers getting to know each other and working together to plan their trip. Participants will campout at HDC on the first Wednesday of the session, then head out the next morning, returning to Hale on the second Thursday of the session - a full week of backpacking!
8:45am Ė 3:45Pm
Extended Day 4:00pm-6:00pm
$370-$600 per week
80 Carby Street, Westwood, MA, 02090 map
From Route 128 take Route 109 towards Westwood - exit 16B.
Follow Route 109 West to your fourth right onto Dover Road.
Take the third right off Dover Road onto Carby Street.
Long-time Hale family loves itMy son started as a 6 year old and now he's going to be a 15 year old Leader in Training. For him, the freedom to be active in a country environment, play games, swim, and go boating was important (and he learned a lot about nature along the way). Other kids will be drawn to the specialty camps that offer more intensive experience in mountain biking or outdoor adventure. Regardless, it's a place where your kid can grow and come back to old friends, and where you can know they are safe and enjoying the country only minutes from Boston.
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