JUNE 27 - AUG 26

9:00AM - 5:00PM




Welcome to Summer Camp 2022. A camper's day will include both indoor and outdoor activities. The program includes weekly field trips, special event Fridays, archery, arts, athletics, STEM. Please see information below.

2021-2022 Member Families Can Sign-Up via the Parent Portal:

After clicking on the link below, select "Summer 2022" from the categories on the left.

$25.00 Registration Fee

Summer Camp Weekly Sessions are $300.00 

Sign up for a week or all of camp by clicking below.

New Customer?  Not Registered With MyClubHub?  Click HERE and Select the Free Camp Membership Option.  All of the information provided will autofeed into your camp registration when you return here and click the link above to select your camp.

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All field trips will happen on Wednesday, with the exception of Canobie Lake which will happen on a Thursday. All trips are subject to change due to weather or other unforeseen obstacles.

​We'll be departing from The Club at 9:30AM and arriving 3:00 PM. On the special trips in red we'll be arriving to The Club at 4:00 PM.

  • June 29 – Nantasket Beach 

  • July 7 – Canobie Lake arriving 4:00PM

  • July 13 – Hopkinton State Park

  • July 20 – Castle Island

  • July 27 – Nantasket Beach

  • Aug 3 – Apex Entertainment arriving 4:00PM

  • Aug 10 – Houghton's Pond

  • Aug 18 – Water Country arriving 4:00PM - The bus will be departing promptly from The Club at 9:00 AM

  • Aug 24 – Nantasket beach

SWIMMING: Will take place Mondays, Thursdays, and Fridays. In addition to the pools, Camp will travel to state parks and beaches. All of our swimming destinations are run by the DCR which have their own waterfront staff and lifeguards. Campers should bring a bathing suit, towel, extra clothes, plenty of fluids and sunscreen. 

“Christian’s Law Regulations” 105 CMR 432.000 require that Summer Camps accommodate any parent who would like to send their child to camp with a Coast Guard Approved flotation device. Please email the Camp Director at fponceano@newtonbgc.com if you would like to send your child with a personal floatation device.

For additional info go to the Policies and Procedures page 46 Water Safety Plans

Weekly STEM Projects Include:

  • Week 1: Solving Sea Pollution 

  • Week 2: Lego Building Stable Bridges

  • Week 3: Lego Tall Stable Tower Competition

  • Week 4: 3D Printing

  • Week 5: Solar Power

  • Week 6: Coding Jimu Robot

  • Week 7: Coding Sphero Ball Challenge

  • Week 8: Investigate Your Environment 

  • Week 9: Diorama Models


Our Camp is fully licensed by the Newton Health Department which must comply with Massachusetts Dept. of Public Health regulations (105 CMR 430.000) and requires medical forms, immunization records, and a physical report signed by a physician to be on file for all Campers. Parents have a right to review background check, health care, discipline policies, and grievance procedures upon request. 

This camp must comply with regulations of the MDPH and be licensed by Newton Health and Human Services

What to bring to Camp?


Lunch - Campers should bring a small cooler or insulated bag to keep their food cool.

Sunscreen - All parents must send their child to camp with sunscreen and bug spray.

Bathing suit & Towel - We swim Monday, Thursday, and Friday at the Gath Pool. Campers will also swim on fieldtrips days above.

Sneakers - Our campers participate in a sports activity every day. It is safer for your child to wear sneakers during camp.

What NOT to bring to Camp:


Trading Cards or Toys - These items can be distracting to other campers & trading often leads to unnecessary arguments.

Cell phones, Tablets, Handheld Games - These are high theft items, and we cannot guarantee their security. It is illegal for us to lock a school bus and it is not practical for a camper to carry them all day.

Large coolers & bags - We can't accommodate these large items on our bus.


SPARK (Grade K-1)

Megan Lemmon

(617) 630- 2066 Ext 115


BGC1 (Grade2-3)

Steven Landry

(617) 630- 2066 Ext 119


BGC2 (Grade 4-5)

Jordan Kithcart

(617) 630- 2066 Ext 121


LIT (Leaders in Training) 

Teen Program

Scott Dickerson

(617) 630- 2066 Ext 112



  1. Sign in or register For MyClubHub HereIf you have not yet joined the Club, select the free Financial Aid Membership Option

  2. Then follow the link above to register for camp and select Financial Aid.

  3. All applicants must pay the $25 registration fee per session. For financial aid applicants, this fee will be applied to the final cost you will pay for camp. You can move sessions anytime up until May 15th if you would like without penalty and all fees paid will be applied evenly to your final selections.

  4. There is no extra fee for extended day this year. The camp day is 8 AM to 5 PM.

  5. After selecting your desired weeks (each session is 1 week), you will see an invoice for the FULL COST of camp.  Do Not Be Alarmed & Do Not Pay The Invoice - this is not the price you will pay if you qualify for assistance based on income and family size.

  6. After submitting your application and supporting documents, we will contact you to schedule a zoom session to discuss your situation. Once you sign and return your Financial Aid Contract, your cost will be reduced, a new invoice will be issued, and your payment plan will begin.


Working with our community partners from CAN-DO we want to

make you aware of two opportunities that could be helpful to your family.


The first has to do with child tax credits that you can still claim

that may not have received automatically last year if you didn't previously file your taxes.

Have any questions?

Email us at fponceano@newtonbgc.com

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