As campers enter grades 4 and 5, they move on to our Pathfinders Camp. This is the highest level of our traditional day camp program. These campers are ready to take part in multi-step projects and experiments in Arts & Crafts and STEM. They have the ability to create their own songs and skits in Music & Drama and play full-fledged games in Sports. Campers hone their growing Archery skills and challenge themselves with more complex feats during Epic Adventures. During their weekly field trips, campers will venture to area favorites. These attractions were chosen for their interactive formats and their ability to meet campers’ growing independence and interests.
Below are our anticipated trips for 2020. Please note these are subject to change at anytime. We do hope to have them finalized by February.
Field Trips 2020
Week 1 – Schooner Lannon- Salem, MA
On this trip campers will travel to the Glocouster Harbor for a day aboard the Schooner Lannon. While onboard campers will learn how to raise and lower the sails, tie nautical knots, learn to navigate, and will even get a turn steering the ship. Teamwork and communication will be the keys to success on this one-of-a-kind experience that will have them singing sea shanties all day long.
Week 2 – Water Country – Portsmouth, NH
On this trip campers will travel to an amazing water park. Water Country has something for everyone! Thrill seekers are challenged by the breaking waves and speed slides. Others can relax in the sanctuary of Adventure River, swimming pools, and shady lounge areas. To learn more about their attractions follow the link below. https://www.watercountry.com/things-to-do/attractions
Week 3 – Tree Top Adventures – Canton, MA
Tree Top Adventures is an aerial forest high ropes course consisting of more than 130 platforms installed in the trees and connected by various configurations of cable, wood, and rope to form bridges and zip lines. Groups of bridges link together to form separate trails. Although every trail has zip lines on them, you will need to climb to get to them. There is much more fun than just zip lining to be had! There are 10 trails in total and each trail has varying difficulty level ranging from beginner to expert. The experience is safe, fun and most importantly exciting! For more information visit: https://treetopcanton.com/
Week 4 – Urban Air Adventure Park – Bellingham, MA
On this trip campers will travel to Urban Air Park the ultimate indoor playground. Urban air features a trampoline park, ninja warrior course, climbing walls, an indoor tubes playground, battle beams, a ropes course, a drop zone, and of course their famous sky coaster. Lincoln Summer Camp is renting out the entire facility for this trip for hours of safe, uninterrupted fun. Check out the link below to see all of their amazing attractions. https://www.urbanairtrampolinepark.com/locations/massachusetts/bellingham/attractions
Week 5 – Canobie Lake Park – Salem, NH
For this trip campers will travel to Canobie Lake Park in Salem, New Hampshire, New England’s premier family amusement park with over 85 rides, games, live shows and attractions. They will spend their day flying down rides, like Boston Tea Party, Untamed, and Starblaster and splashing around in Castaway Island. To learn more about the attractions check out http://www.canobie.com/rides.php
Week 6 – Boda Borg – Malden, MA
On this trip campers will be transported into a real-world gaming environment; an experience they call Questing. Teams of 3-5 campers literally move through the Quests tackling a variety of mental and physical challenges. Success in the first challenge means entry into the next challenge and so on… Failure in any challenge means starting over or selecting another Quest. Boda Borg is Reality Gaming; that means real people, trying to physically survive there life-like Quests: no video games, no special equipment, no virtual reality…just eager Questers…just like real life. Find out more at http://bodaborg.com/