There are many amazing camp opportunities for kids of all ages in Natick. In addition to traditional day camps, families will find specialty programs such as outdoor nature exploration, farming, boating, gymnastics and tennis.

Summer Camps for Girls and Boys in Natick

Boating for Teens is designed for students with some experience on the water and who seek to fine tune their boating skills. | for kids aged 13-15

Broadmoor Nature Camp delivers guided outdoor explorations, games, and hands-on nature activities. Campers learn about nature and the importance of preserving it. | for kids aged 4-14

Camp Woodtrail is a co-ed day camp offering daily recreational activities designed to encourage community service, leadership, and social engagement. | for kids in grades 1-8

Hammel Tennis Camp offers an exciting tennis program for players of all levels. Hammel Tennis integrates a commitment to excellence, daily lessons in good sportsmanship, and a high-spirited and fun atmosphere. | for kids aged 4+

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Longfellow Natick Girls Club Camp participants will enjoy a variety of activities in a comfortable environment that fosters development of self-esteem and friendship. | for girls in grades 5-8

Longfellow Natick Summer Camp provides various activities, including yoga, swimming lessons, arts and crafts, and field trips. | for kids aged 4-10

Planet Gymnastics Swim & Gym Summer offers active learning, fun, and games through gymnastics and swim activities. | for kids aged 3+

Summer at Riverbend offers age-appropriate activities that encourage children to explore their talents and discover new ways of thinking. Weekly sessions are available from June through August. | for kids aged 15 months through grade 4

The Natick Community Organic Farm is a public program that offers farm experiences and outdoor adventures. | for kids aged 3-14

Walnut Hill School for the Arts Summer Program for students interested in intensive studies in the arts, dance, music, and theater. Day and resident programs are offered. | for students in grades 6-12

Additional Resources:

  • The Motherly Life camp directory is a great resource designed by parents for parents. Filter through hundreds of options to easily find the best camps for your family.
  • American Camp Association New England is a non-profit organization that offers a free online guide, advice and search features for summer camps in the area. Camps that have received ACA Accreditation voluntarily comply with peer-reviewed standards related to health, safety, and quality programming.