Harris Center campers canoe on a foggy Spoonwood Pond. (photo © Kim Bylancik)

Camp

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.

Two campers smile next to a trailside cairn. (photo © Carter Judkins)

Summer Adventures

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.

NEW IN 2020!  Registration opens on Monday, February 17No early registrations will be accepted, and a $50 deposit (for each child and week of camp) is required to reserve your spot. The 2020 summer camp brochure and registration form will be available here by early February.

The 2020 summer camp brochure is coming soon!
Campers race in their snowshoes on the Harris Center grounds. (photo © Caitlin Houlihan)

Winter Adventures

Embrace winter with the Harris Center’s February 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.

Download a 2020 winter camp brochure

Contact Us

For more information or to register for camp, please contact Sara LeFebvre at (603) 525-3394 or by email.