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Area Summer Camps for the Kids

Here's a list of places to sign up your little ones after school is out.

Area Summer Camps for the Kids

1. Wayland Rec Department summer programs

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1 Liberty Ledge, Sudbury

978-443-3100

www.​sewataro.​com

Located in a north woods setting in Sudbury, Camp Sewataro is dedicated to providing a fun, safe environment for children to enjoy the outdoors and try new experiences. Camp Sewataro offers two to eight-week sessions for boys and girls between the ages of 4 and 13, as well as Sewataro Sprouts, a two-session half-day program for either five or three days a week. Activities include archery, rock climbing, sports, swimming, paintball, field trips, overnights, arts and crafts, music, fishing and more.

  • Fax: 978-443-8153
  • Hours: Mon - Fri, 8:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.; Saturday, Sunday closed
  • Founding Date: 1960
  • Seasons: Summer (June-August)
  • Season end: Aug. 19
  • Season start: June 27

3. NARA Camp

25 Ledgerock Way, Acton

978-264-9608

www.​acton-ma.​gov/​index.​aspx?nid=312

The NARA Summer Camp, held at NARA Park in Acton, is operated by the Town of Acton Recreation Department and is open to both residents and non-residents ages 4 to 15.

The camp runs from June to August offering 10 weekly  themed sessions and providing age appropriate activities including arts and crafts, nature, boating, music, drama, sports activities, group challenges, swimming, optional field trips and more.

4. Brave Arts Theater Camps — At Regis College in Weston

Email: keith@brave-arts.com

P.O. Box 565

Dover, MA 02030

508-435-0603

Our mission is to teach each of our campers how to be a member of a functional community while gently guiding them as they see their dreams become reality. Together we will go on a journey where we will explore all the moving parts that make a theatrical production come alive.

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