Day Camp: Ages 5-12 (11 sessions)

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New and experienced campers alike can join us for an action-packed summer full of exciting outdoor activities and weekly field trips. Whether they are making creating artistic masterpieces at the Firehouse, swimming in the outdoor pool at the Clubs at Charles River Park, playing field games on the Teddy Ebersol's Red Sox Fields; your camper will find something new to enjoy every day!

Each Monday, Day Campers will take a swimming test. If campers pass the test, they are free to swim Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday mornings at the pool. All other campers have the option to wear a life jacket or go to the Alfond Spray Deck by the esplanade. The pool is staffed by American Red Cross certified lifeguards in addition to Hill House’s team of summer staff.

“I heard countless stories about her exciting day the moment I picked her up. From the sports camp, the field trips, the Friday Festivals, the themes, the games, the swimming, the laughs, the friends she made and especially the counselors, I couldn't tell what she loved the most.” –Parent of a Day Camper, age 8


Check out a video of Hill House camp here!


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2019 Program Snapshot

Classic Camp:  Monday –Friday, 9:00 am-4:00 pm
Extended Day:  Monday –Friday, 8:00 am-5:30 pm
Location:  Hill House, 127 Mt. Vernon Street

 $435 per regular week for Regular Day campers
 $595 per extended week for Extended Day campers

Campers enrolled in the Sailing Option will pay an additional $50 foe each session

5% sibling discount

Max. enrollment:  50 campers per session
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2019 Sessions, Themes and Field Trips

Each week has a unique and exciting theme! Take a closer look at each one here!
There are different options available to campers each week on Monday, Tuesdays and Wednesday afternoons. 
Learn more about our sports, theater, film and sailing options.

Session    Dates    Options Available    Theme
Field Trip   Registration Options 
One    June 17-June 21    Classic Camp   Oceans & Islands    TBA    Regular Day
         Sport Option            Extended Day
Two    June 24-June 28    Classic Camp   Magic and Mysteries    TBA    Regular Day
         Sport Option            Extended Day
         Theater Option            
Three    July 1-July 5    Classic Camp   Stars & Stripes    TBA    Regular Day
     No camp on July 4    Sport Option            Extended Day
         Theater Option            
Four    July 8- July 12    Classic Camp   Full S.T.E.A.M. Ahead   TBA    Regular Day
         Sport Option            Extended Day
         Theater Option            
Five    July 15-July 19    Classic Option   Superheroes    TBA    Regular Day
         Sport Option            Extended Day
         Film Option            
Six    July 22-July 26    Classic Camp   Hill House has Talent    TBA   Regular Day
         Sport Option           Extended Day
         Film Option          
Seven    July 29-August 2    Classic Camp   Olympics   TBA     Regular Day
         Sport Option            Extended Day
         Film Option            
Eight    August 5-August 9    Classic Camp   Animal Planet    TBA   Regular Day
                    Extended Day
         Sport Option            Sailing Regular Day
         Sailing Option           Sailing Extended Day
Nine    August 12-August 16    Classic Camp   3-2-1-Blast off!    TBA   Regular Day
         Sport Option           Extended Day
         Sailing Option           Sailing Regular Day
                    Sailing Extended Day 
Ten     August 19-August 23    Classic Camp   Let's Build it!    TBA   Regular Day
         Sport Option           Extended Day
         Sailing Option           Sailing Regular Day
                    Sailing Extended Day

 August 26-August 29

No camp on August 30

   Classic Camp   Color Games    TBA    Regular Day
               Extended Day
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2019 Forms to be Completed

Hill House will now be using CampMinder to enroll children in our camp. We strongly feel that this will make our enrollment process faster and more organized and are very excited to share it with you.

If you are familiar with the older forms, the medical history and transportation release forms are not a part of the enrollment process. When enrolling in camp, it will still look like our website but will prompt you to make a new account. You will create an account, fill out information and then will be able to pay.

We still require a recent physical examination and record of immunizations. These forms will be on your account and you can upload them into your account online so we have access to them. The website shows you which are required and which are just for your information. Feel free to contact us with any questions.

For your information

2019 Summer Camp Guide
   An overview of all we have to offer this Summer!
A-Z Summer Camp Overview
   Wondering about our policies and procedures? View them here.
Day Camp Success Guide
   Learn what to pack, what to leave at home and more!
Summer Camp FAQ's    Take a look at our frequently asked questions!
Firehouse Traffic Plan    Take a peek at the traffic plan for drop-off and pick-up times.
 5 year old comparison    Let us help you decide if Day Camp or Kiddie Kamp is best for your 5 year   old!




Introducing our Leadership in Training program for 13-15 year olds!

NHill House is proud to offer a LIT program to build upon its launch last year! This program is designed for 13-15 year olds who wish to begin the gradual transition from camper to counselor. Each participant will take part in leadership workshops and one-on-one mentoring while planning, assisting with and evaluating activities at camp. LITs will help mentor campers,  assist counselors, and participate in community service throughout each three-week program. LITs will learn conflict resolution skills, develop and define their own leadership style, build confidence, and strengthen interpersonal skills that can be used at home, school and in the community – all under the supervision of the senior camp counselors and staff. Additionally, each cohort of LITs will plan and execute a community service team project during their program’s timeframe. It’s all not work, however, as summer is supposed to be fun too!  Our LIT's will benefit from some recreational time by participating in some traditional camp activities including swimming, sports, art, and field trips. 

LIT Program 1: Session 4, 5 and 6 (July 8 - July 26) $600
LIT Program 2 : Session 7, 8 and 9 (July 29 - August 16) $600

To apply, click here!