Discover the magic of nature.
Outdoor Adventures for Curious Kids
Harris Center camps — both summer and winter — are rooted in discovery of the natural world.
For more than 40 years, fields, forests, ponds, and mountains have served as the backdrop for the Harris Center’s summer programs, which offer outdoor explorations for kids in pre-school through middle school. Harris Center summer campers hike, play, climb, canoe, camp, paint, build, sing, and learn alongside skilled naturalists.
Update on 6/3/21: Space is limited in the first session of Voyagers (6/28 to 7/2). All other camps are now full. Registration can be completed over the phone via credit card, as well as by mail. We request that registration forms not be dropped off in person at the Harris Center office, due to COVID restrictions. We’ve made a few changes this year, so please read the registration form carefully!
Embrace winter with the Harris Center’s winter vacation camps! Elementary-aged kids search for wildlife tracks and sign in the snow, make ice art, play games, and strap on snowshoes for races and winter hikes. Middle schoolers learn how to make fires, build shelters, and practice other wilderness survival skills.
For more information or to register for camp, please contact Sara LeFebvre at (603) 525-3394 or by email.