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The Way Summer is Supposed to Be!

Covering yourself with paint while you and your friends “celebrate your inner Jackson Pollack”. Learning to play “Sittin’ On The Dock of the Bay” on the harmonica on the docks of the waterfront. Traveling back in time for an “80’s Aerobic Workout Challenge” and still making it back to the Dining Hall for lunch. These are just some of the things that you can do during a summer at Camp Wingate*Kirkland.

Campers having fun at morning meeting

Summer is Supposed to be About Fun

It’s a break from the routine of the school year and an opportunity to explore. There is no better place to do that than at Camp Wingate*Kirkland. We offer children activities in a variety of areas such as sports, drama and arts in a supportive environment where you can try new things each and every day!

Camper stand up paddle boarding

Summer is Supposed to be About Freedom

The daily choice program at Camp W*K incorporates athletics, arts & craft, swimming, boating, performing arts and community service while encouraging individuality and ensuring skill development. We offer children an experience to discover who they are and to follow their own passions and interests.

Campers working on their daily planning sheets

Summer is Supposed to be About Growth

Our campers walk away with increased self-esteem, new-found independence, a willingness to try new things and strong connections with both campers and staff. A summer at Camp W*K is more than just acquiring new skills – it’s about learning skills for life.

Campers playing cards in their bunks

Summer is Supposed to be About Inspiration

At Camp Wingate*Kirkland we pride ourselves on being unique and encouraging diversity. A Wingate*Kirkland camper is inspired to explore the endless possibilities that Camp, and life, have to offer.

Campers having fun at morning meeting

Summer is Supposed to be on Cape Cod

Located on Elisha’s Pond in Yarmouth Port, campers are exposed to all that Cape Cod has to offer, where trips to the National Seashore, whale watches and deep sea fishing excursions enhance traditional camp activities. And being a camp on Cape Cod means living the Cape Cod Life! We are 90 minutes away from Boston and 4 hours from New York.

Campers walking on the beach together

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