Camp Weber

Cesar Carattini
Camp Director
P: 413.739.6955

Facts at a Glance
2018 Program Brochure
2018 Registration Form
*Current & Updated Physical and Immunization Forms are due at the time of Registration
2018 Authorization of Medications
Physical Form

9:00 am – 4:00 pm
6:00 am – 7:30 am
7:30 am – 9:00 am
4:00 pm – 6:00 pm

Our Facility

  • A large L-shaped swimming pool
    with shallow end and diving area.
  • Athletic field
  • Ropes/Challenge course
  • BMX Track
  • Archery Range
  • Arts & Crafts Center
  • Nature Center
  • Street Hockey
  • Basketball Court
  • Volleyball Court
  • Mountain Biking trails
  • Pavilion
  • Picnic areas with grills
  • Hiking trails and a stream
A Typical day at Camp Weber
During a typical day campers will enjoy…

  • Daily swim lessons
  • Music/Drama/Skits
  • Sports/Field Games
  • Nature Study
  • Trail Hikes
  • Recreational Swim
  • Group Games
  • Outdoor skills
  • Theme Days/Special Events
  • Family Nights/Overnights/Campfires
  • Arts & Crafts
  • Archery
  • Ropes Challenge Course
  • Mountain Biking
  • Outdoor Cooking/Culinary Arts

Age Appropriate Programs
Your child will gain an appreciation for the outdoors at Camp Weber. Campers will be placed into units according to age, each with progressive programming. Within each unit, smaller groups are made up of 10-12 boys and girls.

Family Nights
Parents come join the fun! Optional family nights will be offered every session.

Camp Weber has a Bear theme!

Polar Bears (Ages 6-7):
The youngest unit is a joyful beginning to day camp for younger campers. Each day of camp is filled with the excitement that comes from trying new things! Daily schedules provide a balance between active and quiet play and group and individual activities.

Kodiak Bears (Ages 8-9):
Our more experienced campers will enjoy new challenges and new excitement. Emphasis in this unit is on increased self-confidence, encouraging others, responsibility, and cooperation within the group team.

Grizzly Bears (Ages 10-12):
This unit features a specially designed program for our oldest. The camp day is filled with specialized activities that are designed to be progressive and challenging, as well as fun and entertaining to the Grizzly Bears.

Camp overnight experiences will be offered twice this summer on Fridays, July 20 and August 3. Overnights are Friday evening into Saturday morning, campers will be provided breakfast. Campers must be picked up at camp Weber by 11:00 am on Saturday. $20 fee/camper per overnight applies. Camper must be registered in sessions 2 or 3 to participate in overnight experience. Overnights are limited to the two older units, the Kodiak and Grizzly Bears.

Scholarship Assistance is available on a first come, first served need basis. Please contact 413-596-2749 for further information about Scholarship Assistance.

Childcare Scholarships Check List
Childcare Scholarships Application


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