Welcome

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 Summer at Park 2018! Mark your calendars for June 18 - August 17, 2018.

To see all that Summer at Park has to offer, please view THE 2018 SUMMER AT PARK CAMP CALENDAR or OUR PROGRAMS below.

"There’s really nothing like hearing your four year old who almost refused to get out of the car on the first day, two days into the program, singing in the shower “I love camp! I love camp!” We can imagine how much work goes into creating the kind of environment that would generate that kind of response, especially for these little ones, and we are really just so grateful."

Boston Mother

We are all ready to say goodbye to the snow and the cold, and welcome the long, warm days of summer that lie ahead. Here are some of the highlights of what to look forward to this summer:

As we prepare to create more memories this summer, we also invite you to relive some of the highlights from our 2017 Summer at Park Photo Album.

Whether your child is a first time camper or a seasoned veteran of many summers, this article will help every family have the best camp experience possible.

How does summer camp build social skills, self-respect, and character? Find out what all of the benefits of summer camp are and how it can help transform your child in a future leader of tomorrow. 

Some of the most influential people from every sector of society admit that the camp experience helped to shape who they are today. Read more about who they are and how camp impacted their lives.

And why it's important to Develop Those 21st-Century Skills with critical thinking, communication, creativity, and collaboration!

Summer at Park

Mary Russell, Director
Nick Sama, Coordinator

Our Programs

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