Spring Break Camp 2016
Sign up by the day or for the entire week!
· A sampling of your favorite activities from camps all summer long
· Roll over logs to see what lives underneath and hike to find wild scat and other animal signs
· Net some bugs and get your toes wet catching fish and frogs
· Feed and care for our animals!
What to Bring
Campers should bring a lunch, reusable water bottle, sunscreen, a hat, bug spray, and a smile! (No phones, electronics, or personal toys/games)
Campers should dress for the weather, rain or shine, and wear comfortable close-toed shoes. Keep in mind that we will be exploring the woods, meadows, and ponds – clothes will get wet or dirty! Bringing rubber boots, water shoes, or an extra pair of socks and sneakers is a good idea.
Shot records are not needed for spring camp. You may view all of our camp policies in our summer camp catalog.
Summer Camp 2016
Click HERE to view the Tanglewood Camp 2016 Catalog
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.
New this summer:
Extended before and after care 8am-5pm
Half day camps for PreK
Parents and grandparents at a family/senior membership or above can register children/grandchildren. Membership must be current at time of registration and during the selected camp session. If you need to become a member, please click here Online Membership Application. Membership applications are processed Monday-Friday only.
Troubleshooting online registrations: as you fill out the registration form, please be sure to enter something in every text box - if your child does not have an allergy, for example, type in "n/a".
Everything you need to know is in the camp catalog.
Summer Camp Counselor Positions
We are hiring for seasonal staff! For more information please click the link below!
Counselors-in-Training for Ages 14+
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 14+ 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).
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. To learn more about the sponsored membership fees for financially eligible families, click on the link. Membership Waiver Application.pdf