Summer Camp 2020
Teen ages 15-18? Join our Counselor in Training program! Gain leadership skills, camp experience, and perhaps get hired as a counselor the next summer :) Applications due by May 15th.
Tanglewood is excited to provide a unique opportunity for your child to learn about their relationship to the natural world while supporting their physical, social, and intellectual growth. Each camp offers a wide variety of activities that provide campers with outdoor adventures. Your child will explore and make discoveries on our 300 acres and have up close encounters with our resident animals. Our summer camps are for children finishing Kindergarten through 5th grade. Please click on the summer camp catalog link below for more information.
This catalog includes information on each camp, how to register, what to pack, and more - everything you need to know is in the camp catalog!
Everything you need to know is in the camp catalog!
SCHOLARSHIPS:As always, our goal is to make our unique and fun programs available to all. We have a camp assistance fund created by generous donors. In 2020, we have limited scholarship opportunities and scholarships are on a first come first served basis. To learn more about the scholarships for financially eligible families, or to contribute to the scholarship fund, please contact Deanna. Camp Tuition Application.pdf and Membership Waiver Application.pdf. You must fill out applications and submit proper documents in order to be considered.
Everything you need to know is in the camp catalog.
Counselors-in-Training for Ages 15-18
Becoming a Counselor in Training is a great way to gain leadership experience while working in nature!
Counselors-in-Training (CITs) are youth leaders aged 15-18 who assist the camp counselors in providing a safe and fun camp experience at Tanglewood. They will help lead environmental education activities, games, crafts, songs, stories, hikes, and more. Our CITs will also assist with camp preparation, check-in and check-out, and will serve as a positive role model for children in camp. This is an educational position that will involve being placed with two counselors each session. CIT applications can be found here and are due by May 15th to the CIT Coordinator, Bridget Sharry (email@example.com).
Meg Lowman Treetops Camp: for girls who love science!
Do you know a girl aged 9-12 years who loves science? We're accepting applications for the 13th Meg Lowman Treetops Camp! Treetops camp runs July 13th-17th 2020 from 10am-3pm. Among other science adventures, girls will:
We created the camp with several goals in mind:
Campers must fill out an application and be nominated by a teacher/mentor in the community who knows their love of science. Please share this email with anyone you know who might be able to nominate a girl!
All inquiries should be directed to Elaine Spacher, Executive Director.
Can't wait to meet our future scientists!
For a brochure outlining the rights and responsibilities of campers and camp operators in New York State, click here: "Children's Camps in New York State"