Lincoln Summer Camp

Lincoln Parks and Recreation – Lincoln, MA

Pioneers Camp Grades K-1

For our youngest campers, entering kindergarten and first grade, we offer a wide array of activities and experiences that are inviting and age-appropriate. The Pioneers Camp provides campers with a positive, structured program designed to ease them into building new friendships and becoming more independent. Campers spend their days taking American Red Cross Swim Lessons and doing hands-on experiments in STEM. They explore their creativity in Music & Drama and Arts & Crafts. They challenge themselves in Sports and Gymnastics. In order to balance all of the high-energy activities that can fill their days, campers will also have quality time to do quiet activities that will build their group community and provide them a break from the fast-paced day. Campers will have weekly field trips on Wednesdays. This provides campers, especially incoming kindergarteners, time to get accustomed to bus rules and routines in a smaller, adult-supported environment.


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We are currently working on our trips for 2019 and will update the site when they are finalized. To see where we went last summer keep scrolling down.

Field Trips 2018

Week 1 – Plaster Fun Time – Waltham, MA

Screen Shot 2016-05-28 at 1.08.09 PM.pngOn this trip campers will travel to Plaster Fun time to create wonderful pieces of art. Each camper will be able to chose from a wide variety of plaster sculptures that they will get to paint and design. Creativity will shine on this trip! Learn more at

Week 2 -Boston Children’s Museum – Boston, MA

200px-Boston_Children's_Museum.svg.pngOn this trip campers will travel to the Boston Children’s Museum. The Museum’s exhibits and programs emphasize hands-on engagement and learning through experience, employing play as a tool to spark the inherent creativity, curiosity, and imagination of children.  Designed for children, Museum exhibits focus on science, culture, environmental awareness, health & fitness, and the arts. In addition to extensive child-centered exhibits, Museum educators develop numerous programs and activities that address literacy, performing arts, science and math, visual arts, cultures, and health and wellness. Learn more at

Week 3 – One Stop Fun – Westford, MA

logo-osf1 On this trip campers will travel to One Stop Fun in Westford. One Stop Fun has the Ultimate Indoor Playground! It contains 3 stories of tubes and tunnels for climbing and exploring, a wave slide, a spiral slide, and a 40′ long 8′ high traverse rockwall for lots of fun and adventure! One door fun also features an outdoor pool that is 1.5 feet in the large camper friendly shallow area and 6 feet in the deep end. Five water slides, mushroom spray, and spray station playground and water tables provide hours of fun. Learn more at

Week 4 – Davis Farmland – Sterling, MA

farmland_color_logo_newOn this trip, campers will go on a hayride to see all the different animals at the farmland. They will have the opportunity to feed and play with some of the animals that live throughout the farmland. Campers will have the opportunity to go to the spray park that is on site for some water fun. Learn more at


Week 5 – Jump on In – Woburn, MA

footer-logo.pngOn this trip campers will travel to Jump on In, an inflatable theme park. They will jump in castles, slide down giant slides, race through obstacle courses, and play a host of games. Learn more at If your camper is coming on the trip you can find a waiver here.

Week 6 -Discovery Museums- Acton, MA

Just Face_4C_eyeOK.jpg On this trip campers will travel to the Discovery Museums in Acton. The Discovery Museums is comprised of two buildings on a 4-plus acre campus.   At the Children’s Discovery Museum, younger children (toddlers through early grades) learn while they play.  At the Science Discovery Museum, children and adults of all ages explore scientific concepts and hands-on creativity. Our campers are the perfect age to have a fabulous time learning and exploring in both museums. Learn more at