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 exploration of the natural world.

A group of kids walks through a snowy field on snowshoes, with woods in the background. (photo © Ben Conant)

February Vacation Camp

Bring your sense of curiosity as we search for wildlife tracks, make ice art, play games in the snow, and explore our favorite trails, giant boulders, and secret dens. In 2023, this three-day vacation camp for kids in Grades K through 4 will take place from Monday, February 27 to Wednesday, March 1. Stay tuned for more details! Registration opens here on January 3.

Registration opens January 3
A middle school boy gathers sticks to build a shelter in the woods. (photo © Ben Conant)

Wilderness Survival Skills for Middle Schoolers

Learn how to make fires, build shelters, gather food, and hike smart in winter weather. This camp could teach you how to save your life! In 2023, this one-day adventure for ages 10 through 14 will take place on Monday, February 27. Stay tuned for more details! Registration opens here on January 3.

Registration opens January 3
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. Dates and details for 2022 camps are listed in this brochure. Scholarships are available.

Registration is now closed

Contact Us

For more information on our camps, please contact Ben King at (603) 525-3394 or by email.