Camp Woodtrail 2021

Greetings from the Woodtrail Staff

Welcome to a modified version of the 2021 Woodtrail Camp summer program where opportunities of (six) one-week sessions will be offered to  campers entering 1st-8th grades. We are excited to present an adaptive atmosphere of action-packed activities and adventure at the Wilson Middle School and the Bennett-Hemenway School sites.

With our faces adorned with masks and our social distancing expectations in place, the staff will be offering a slice of “sun-sational” summer fun! We promise  participation and play, a sliver of silliness, stunts and songs, rounded out with a wedge of the whimsical wonders of Woodtrail.   All this will be topped with a huge heap of happiness, hikes, hobbies and more.

We invite campers to join in a welcoming atmosphere of adaptation, flexibility and creativity. A menu of healthy habits will be honored and hosted each day while the staff and campers explore and learn to appreciate the many potentials of the great outdoors. Our weekly programming will be a time for making memories in the fresh air, creating crafts, igniting imaginations and fostering fairness and fun.  Unfortunately, due to COVID restrictions, there will be limited opportunities (if any) for field trips and off campus activities. We will happily add programming if we are allowed to by the Massachusetts Board of Health.  

Although we will be limited around pursuing some of our traditional offerings, we are ready to reimagine and reinvent some of our most beloved activities.  We will be providing a special season of socialization and safety within our world of adventure and light-hearted leisurely pursuits.

As a staff,  we will reinforce strategies of engagement, compromise, respect and inclusion. Together, we look forward to traveling down intertwined trails of uncharted camp opportunities and adaptable community service projects with your children this summer.  


Woodtrail is a well-established co-ed day camp that is grounded by its rich history, traditions, successes and kinship. We believe strongly in the positive values and formative experiences to be gained from our camp, where participation based recreational opportunities are offered each day.


Woodtrail 2021 COVER

How to Register!

Registration for Camp Woodtrail is ONLINE. Please log-in to your Community Pass account through the Recreation & Parks website. A link can be found at www.natickma.gov/recreation . After registration is complete and full payment is made, you will receive an email from CampDocs.com within a week. You will need to log-into your CampDocs account and complete your registration by filling out the profile and uploading your proof of Physical and Immunization Record. Participants who do not complete their profile and upload all documents by June 1st will be subject to a $20 fee. Registrations after May 15 will have up to 2 weeks or the start of camp (which ever comes first) to finalize CampDocs or a $20 fee will be assessed. All Participants must have CampDocs finalized before they can attend the program per Massachusetts Law.

Financial aid and payment plan requests must be requested prior to registering. FOR MORE INFORMATION ON FINANCIAL AID OR PAYMENT PLANS CLICK HERE

Assistance in uploading documents or completing your CampDocs profile is available at the Cole Center. The Cole Center is open by appointment only at this time. 508-647-6530.

For other assistance with CampDocs you may find a FAQ’s on the Recreation website or you can email help@campdoc.com

A list of required Immunizations can be found at HERE

Registration can not be completed over the phone.

Session 1 Session 2 Session 3 Session 4 Session 5 Session 6

July 6 - 9

*no program July 5

July 12- 16

July 19- 23

July 26- 30 August 2 - 6 August 9 - 13

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Camp Information

Location:
  • For 2021 Woodtrail Camp is located at Bennett-Hemenway and Wilson Schools in Natick.

Camp Policies Review-able by parents in accordance with the Mass Board of Health:

This camp complies with regulations of the Massachusetts Department of Public Health 
and is licensed by the local Board of Health.