Marshall Camp Programs 

We offer a variety of camp programs, both day and overnight, for children and teens ages 4 through 16. The goals of our programs are to engage an understanding, awe, and respect for the natural world that surrounds us. Campers are assigned to live in rustic cabins (without electricity) that sleep anywhere between 6-12 campers and 2 staff members.

All campers eat meals together in Andrews Hall.

 

Traditional Day Camp:

Ages 7 to 16    

       

Our traditional camp program provides children and teens with the iconic New England summer camp experience. At the start of each week, campers will meet their fellow campers and counselors. Day campers should go online prior to arrival for their camp week and select their schedule and activities for the week ahead. These activities include options such as boating, swimming, survival skills, hiking, fishing, riflery, archery, arts & crafts, horticulture, agriculture, reading, drama, sports & games, and much more! Every day will include at least one water based activity weather permitting. Water based activities include a rotation of swimming, boating, riverwalks and water games on the green to ensure all campers get a chance to cool off in the water in some way each day and get too swim a minimum of 3 times weekly weather permitting. 
Traditional day programs pick up at 5pm
For a weekly rate of $60, your camper can stay for
dinner, 7 pm pick up time.
Mini-Camp:
Ages 8 to 16
Mini Camp is the perfect choice for campers who wish to get a taste of sleepaway camp without committing to the whole week! Mini camp is a traditional camp program that runs from Sunday to Tuesday. On Tuesday, campers have the option to either stay for the remainder of the week, or return home. Mini campers participate in activities just as traditional campers do, and participate in all the same camp-wide activities!  Mini Campers are picked up on Tuesday Evening after Dinner at 7:00 PM. Dinner is at 6:30PM

Traditional Overnight Camp: 

 Ages  8 to 16  

       

Our traditional overnight camp program provides children and teens with the iconic New England summer camp experience.  After Sunday check-in, campers will meet their fellow campers and counselors and select their schedule and activities for the week ahead. These activities include options such as boating, swimming, survival skills, hiking, fishing, riflery, archery, arts & crafts, horticulture, agriculture, reading, drama, sports & games, and much more! Every day will include at least one water based activity weather permitting. Water based activities include a rotation of swimming, boating, riverwalks and water games on the green to ensure all campers get a chance to cool off in the water in some way each day and get too swim a minimum of 3 times weekly weather permitting
Each night there is a camp-wide evening activity for all campers and staff such as a talent show, dance, campfire, capture the flag, and much more. Additionally there will be special events throughout the week that correlate with each weekly theme.