Credit: Running Brook Camp at Chapel Hill-Chauncy Hall
Running Brook offers day camps for kids aged 3-12 from June through August. Campers are grouped by age with a maximum of 20 campers per group and a counselor to camper ratio of 1:5. Kids take on new challenges, try new things, and form new relationships.
Campers enjoy a variety of activities, including music, sports, drama, arts & crafts, Legos, karate, yoga, and cooperative games, among others. Swimming is a key component of the program. All campers have a full hour of swimming each day, which includes Red Cross instructional swim class and free swim time.
Running Brook Adventures
Youth who have completed grades 3-10 have the opportunity to register for the adventures program, which is filled with exciting day trips and camping experiences. The co-ed trips combine on- and off-campus adventure activities throughout New England. Activities may include kayaking, hiking, canoeing, volunteering, swimming, and many more.
Lunch and Snacks
A daily snack and lunch is provided for all campers.
Bus transportation is available on a weekly basis for summer programs. The route includes stops in Arlington, Lexington, Winchester, Belmont, and Somerville. Check the website for the current schedule and rates.