Child and Family Services is excited to partner with the YMCA of Greater Nashua on the 2016 season of Camp Spaulding!
Camp Spaulding will continue under the ownership of Child and Family Services, while camp programming and operations will be managed by the YMCA of Greater Nashua. This collaboration combines a 90 year camp history, a newly renovated camp facility, and strong community support, with the recreational programming expertise of the YMCA.
The YMCA will continue the Camp Spaulding legacy of adventure programming that endeavors to improve the lives of campers, during and after the camp experience. Activities will include swimming and boating, performing arts, archery, woodworking, arts & crafts, high and low ropes courses, and horse-back riding, as well as outdoors living skills, cooking and nature and ecology programs.
For 2016, there will be four 2-week camp sessions for children ages 8 – 15, as follows: June 26 – July 9; July 10 – 23; July 24 – August 6; August 7 – 20. Each session will host 70 children, with half of the slots open to children from throughout New England and half dedicated to children served by Child and Family Services.
In addition to the standard two week sessions, the Y will offer two 1-week Rite of Passage sessions for children ages 7-10, as follows: June 26 – July 2; and July 3 – July 9.
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If you are a current or former client of Child and Family Services, please send in your Registration Form and Medical Form to: Child and Family Services, 464 Chestnut Street, Manchester, NH 03101, ATTN: CAMP
A sliding fee scale is available for CFS campers.
If you would like to become a camp counselor-in-training, please fill in the LIT form and mail to: Child and Family Services, 464 Chestnut Street, Manchester, NH 03101, ATTN: CAMP
For further information about Camp Spaulding programs and the Leader-in-Training positions please contact:
YMCA of Greater Nashua, Merrimack
To register your child for camp please contact:
the CFS Registrar
Childen of Incarcerated Parents Consent Form