Being a camper at High Meadows is like being part of a storybook. Our programs include a variety of experiences based on themes inspired by early American pioneering, Native American Lore, even Medieval legends.
Our campers move about our campus using the woods, fields, gardens, and trails as their palette for explorations. We have an abudance of thoughtful activities that include physical recreation, quiet time for reflection, creative expression, exploration of the natural surroundings, and social experiences.
Our campers are encouraged to try new things, learn new skills, and develop old skills. We want our campers to play, get dirty, make friends, and discover themselves as a member of our camp community.
Our campers go home tired, dirty, happy, and inspired!
We are excited to offer a unique and exciting program this summer. Though it will be structured and look very different from High Meadows Camp prior to the pandemic, it will offer campers the much needed opportunity to engage in fun outdoor activity and to socialize, play, and grow in these unusual times.
For returning campers who know and love High Meadows, many favorite activities and experiences will be the same, and some things will look very different.
All campers must be able to use bathroom facilities independently.
Day Camp: Rising 1st Grade – Rising 9th Grade
Counselor in Training (CIT): Rising 10th & 11th Grades
Day Camp: Morning carpool begins at 9:00 a.m.; afternoon carpool begins at 3:45 p.m.