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Camp Clark

Address

200 Hedges Pond Road
Plymouth, MA 02360
United States

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Camp Updates:

Registration & Payments

  • Risk free registration - Secure Your Spot Today!
  • With limited enrollment, we are asking anyone that is planning to attend camp to submit their paperwork ASAP.  
  • Registrations will be prioritized by the date they are received and by how many consecutive weeks campers are enrolled in

 

Have Your Best Summer Ever At Camp Clark

Camp Clark provides quality traditional day camping experiences that aim to help children grow in spirit, mind and body.  All programs are designed to teach the four core values of caring, honesty, respect, and responsibility.

  • Recreation Swim Time
  • Archery
  • Science
  • Arts & Crafts
  • Sports and Team Building
  • Library
  • FREE Camp Lunch
  • Transportation ($)

Camp Clark Offerings…

Ropes Course

Lead by trained instructors, youth develop confidence, teamwork, and cooperation.  The course includes logs, swings, tires, ropes and cables; with both high and low elements.  This course is inspected and certified annually.

Swimming

Using Hyles Pond, campers take part in two free swim periods daily.  A team of certified lifeguards closely monitor the swimming areas.  Water safety is our top priority.

Archery

Certified staff teaches basic skills and proper safety procedures.

Arts and Crafts

A variety of exciting projects are planned and may include tie-dying, gimp and much more.

Sports

Emphasis is on active participation and includes basketball, soccer, t-ball, four square, and much more.

Outdoor Adventure

Build a fort, hike a trail, and learn survival skills.  These are just a few of the activities you will find in this activity.

Environmental Awareness

Learn about what makes up the natural components of Camp Clark.  Identify trees, collect bugs, fish in the pond and much more.

 

For more information

Camp Director: Catherine Colantuone  | Email

We are licensed through the department of public health.  This camp must comply with regulations of the Massachusetts Department of Public Health and be licensed by the local board of health.