There are many amazing camp opportunities for kids of all ages in Wellesley. From traditional day camps to specialty camps, creative and performing arts, and educational STEAM programs, your kids will stay busy all summer long.

Summer Camps for Boys and Girls

Babson College Sports Camps help children learn new skills in a specific sport, meet new friends, and have fun. The camp caters to the ability levels of boys and girls aged 6-17 and is located at 231 Forest Street in Wellesley. | for ages 6-17

Boston Leadership Institute Summer Program is an award-winning program teens. The camp offers unique and engaging opportunities in medicine, engineering, business and science. The classes are held at 396 Washington Street in Wellesley. | for teens

EXPLO offers more than 100 project-based on the campuses of Wellesley College, Wheaton College, and Yale University. Participants explore a variety of activities, including animation, first aid, psychology, culinary arts, fashion design, business, debate, and others. The EXPLO program at Wellesley College is designed for kids aged 13-14. | for students aged 13-14

LINX Camps provides fun-filled, enriching and innovative summer programs. Campers enjoy various sports, games, and educational activities at 45 Dana Road in Wellesley. | for kids aged 3 years to 8th grade

Tenacre Day Camp is situated in a friendly, caring, elementary school setting. The noncompetitive environment fosters self-esteem and individual accomplishments. | for kids aged 3-12.

Summer Camps for Girls

Dana Hall’s Girls Summer Leadership Program offers girls entering 9th grade with a one-week session that designed to help participants prepare for the choices and challenges they may face when entering high school. Through specially-designed workshops and activities, girls build skills in leadership, communication, decision making, collaboration, conflict resolution, problem solving, and other skills. | for girls entering 9th grade

The Girls Who Code Summer Immersion Program is a free 7-week introductory computer science program for junior and senior high school girls. The classes are held at various locations throughout Massachusetts, including in Wellesley. | for girls entering junior or senior year of high school

Girls develop new technical skills through Girls Who Code programs

Girls Who Code

Additional Resources

  • The Motherly Life camp directory is a great resource to help parents find the best camp for their kids during February, April and Summer school breaks.
  • 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.