How do you decide which summer camp is best for your child? It is all about finding the right fit for your child! Remember they are the ones going to camp, not you, so listen intently to what they are telling you. Here are helpful tips and resources to find a summer camp or program that meets the needs of your child, and the needs of your family.
The ERICA LEE is available for nine-hour deep sea fishing trips to Jeffreys Ledge, May to October, for up to 16 anglers. We leave the dock early in the morning, usually at 7 a.m. (Earlier departures may be arranged.) The $1100 fee for the 2012 season reserves the whole boat. We will provide rods, bait and tackle, and fish cleaning. Gratuity of 15-20% for the mates appreciated. A $500 depositis required within two weeks of making a reservation. You bring your own food and beverages.
Gloucester Museum School Project Adventure Summer Camp undertakes daily expeditions into the remote and beautiful natural areas of Cape Ann. Campers are immersed in nature while challenging themselves through daily hikes, high adventure expeditions, rock climbing, dory expeditions, and marine science.