Visit Us

beaver-open-houseWe encourage all prospective families to learn more about us by speaking directly with our year round staff through any and all of the following opportunities.

Personal Tours

The best way to learn whether Beaver Summer Programs is the best match for your child, is to come visit us for a personal tour. This will give you a chance to meet with either the Director or Assistant Director, see our facility and discuss which programs might be of interest to your child. Please call the Camp office at 617-738-2750 to arrange a convenient time for you and your child. Our tours are typically individualized, although we often accommodate friends who prefer to come together.

**At this time, we are unable to accommodate personal tours of the campus due to Covid-19. We are happy to discuss our programs over the phone.

Information Nights, Open Houses, and Camp Fairs

Join us to learn more about our programs on the following dates:

Event Date & Time
Information Session (virtual event) TBD
Information Session (virtual event) TBD
Information Session (virtual event) TBD

New Camp Parent Night

Parents of first-time campers, please join us at our annual, one-hour session, that will introduce you to everything you need to know about Beaver. Parents of returning campers are also welcome, particularly if your camper is transitioning into a new program this summer.

  • WHERE: Beaver Country Day School

This is a great opportunity for parents to meet the Directors, hear more practical details about the upcoming camp experience and get specific questions answered. Topics include staffing, daily schedules, activities, the swim program, health care, communication and much more. There’s no need to RSVP.

June Camper Orientation

Our Camper Orientation will be held on Saturday, June 26. Lower Camp Orientation is 11:00am and 1:00pm, while all other programs will have their Orientation between 1:00 and 3:00pm. Campers and their families will be able to meet their counselors, take a stroll around our facility to see the activity areas and get excited about their upcoming camp experience. The program is drop-in style and will be valuable to campers in all programs and sessions. The day also provides a good opportunity to meet with our nurses if you have any particular health care needs you want to discuss.