Whether this is your first camp experience of you’re ready for a little more challenge, Summer at Park is the place to swim, frolic, sing out loud, make new friends, and savor the best of summer. We are an ACA accredited program that provides a safe, nurturing, and fun camp atmosphere for kids PreK through 10th grade. Our campers can participate in over 25 general or specialty day camp programs that take advantage of The Park School’s beautiful 34-acre campus, as well as engaging destinations throughout New England. With one and two week sessions, the possibilities are endless. Registration is now open for the 2019 Summer at Park Season!!.
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You can also relive some of the memories from years past in our photo albums
"He enjoyed his time at Summer at Park very much and is very sad that he can not do more cooking this week. Wishing you and all the counselors at the camp all the best and again thank you!"
Registration for Summer at Park 2019 is now open. We have been working furiously to make sure this summer’s offerings are our best yet!! Here is a sample of what is in store for this summer:
If want to see some of the highlights from our Summer at Park campers, please have a look at our 2018 Summer at Park Photo Album!!
Summer at Park will be holding an Open House on Wednesday, March 6 from 6:30PM to 8:00PM. Please come visit us at 255 Goddard Ave to find out more about all of the wonderful offerings that we have in store for this summer!!
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