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.
Clover Leaf Day Camp: 4 to 6 years old - Click Here
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Traditional Camp: Day or Overnight
Day: Ages 7 to 16 Overnight: 8 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 choose which activities they would like to participate in for their four elective periods each day. These activities include options such as boating, swimming, survival skills, hiking, biking, fishing, low ropes course, riflery, archery, arts & crafts, horticulture, agriculture, reading, drama, sports & games, and much more! Each class is over an hour in length to promote a thorough understanding of each program. This allows campers time to improve and enhance their skills over the course of the week. 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.
Mini Camp: Ages 8 to 16 (Overnight Only)
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 choose their elective 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
Latest News from Camp Marshall
It is with a heavy heart that we pass on the information that we learned late last night that residential camp programs have been moved from phase 3 to phase 4 or the State reopening guidance. Fear not, we have absorbed and processed this news, and like the true campers we are, we have adapted and will persevere as we are nothing less than resilient!
We have already adapted our overnight programming to an extended day program with a range of drop-off and pick-up times available to accommodate a range of needs. We have done this with a commitment to maintaining the integrity of the experience for the camper.
We are working hard on making the options to sign up for this program available online as soon as possible. Please feel free to call our office or email us at for details or to register over the phone. If your camper was already registered for an overnight program this summer, please look for the email that we have sent out containing a survey with options for your camper.
At the core of our mission, we are committed to bringing the summer camp experience to campers. COVID-19 has NOT changed this, it has only made our creative juices flow, our will stronger and our mission that much more important.
Extended day programs will offer drop-off times from 7 am - 9 am with breakfast and lunch served to campers. Traditional as well as leadership programming will run throughout the day as normally would with overnight programming. A range of pick-up times will be available as well ranging from a 5 pm pick-up prior to dinner, a 7 pm pick-up after dinner as well as a 9pm pick-up after additional evening programing. In addition we encourage families to reach out by phone or email for a-la-carte programs if these choices do not meet your families needs.
We understand that this change is not ideal but hope we are still able to provide a summer camp experience to as many children as possible.
More information on adaptations to our restrictions on residential camping as well as online registration forms soon to follow!