A Summer Camp your kids will talk about all year long.
For Campers Entering Kindergarten through Sixth Grade
Registration opens on January 14 at 8:30 am.
Session Dates – Summer 2020
June 29 - August 21, 2020
Session 1: June 29 - July 2 (no camp on Friday 7/3)
Session 2: July 6 - July 10
Session 3: July 13 - July 17
Session 4: July 20 - July 25
Session 5: July 27 - July 31
Session 6: August 3 - August 7
Session 7: August 10 - August 15
Session 8: August 17 - August 21
Counselor in Training (CIT)
CIT is a program for students entering grades 10 and 11 who are interested in learning leadership skills and preparing to become a camp counselor. Get American Red Cross CPR certified and learn skills that will be helpful for camp and beyond.
What To Expect
Meadow Breeze Day Camp is broken up into a consistent daily schedule, with adapted activities to best serve each specific age group. Campers have the opportunity to be involved in many different activities, from swimming to archery! Below is a list of activities your camper will likely be a part of during Summer 2020. Check it out!
Extended Day Offerings
For all campers:
- MORNING EXTENDED DAY
7:00am - 8:30am
- AFTERNOON EXTENDED DAY
4:00pm - 6:00pm
If you have questions about extended day, please contact Jessie Dupre.
EXTENDED DAY EXTRAS
For incoming kindergarten - 6th grade:
- Individual and Group Swim Lessons
- Individual and Group Tennis Lessons
- Beginner and Intermediate Rock Climbing Lessons
You can sign up for Extended Day offerings when you register for Meadow Breeze Day Camp.
- What types of activities do you offer?
- What are camp hours?
- Do you offer extended day?
- What do I bring?
- Who are the counselors?
- Where do campers come from?
- Can I sign up for more than one week?
- Do I need to pack snacks or a lunch?
- Can you accommodate food allergies?
- Do you offer swim lessons?
- How much does camp cost?
- When is payment due?
- Can I cancel my registration?
Questions about Meadow Breeze?
PHONE: 781-862-7850 x350
*Campers must be proficient in english so that they can
safely follow instructions and communicate with staff.