Camp Nonotuck Summer Day Camp
2022 Season Registration will be up the first week of May
There is no in-person registration.
About Camp Nonotuck
Camp Nonotuck offers a wide variety of structured activities for children, including, but not limited to: Olympic size outdoor swimming pool, water spray park, sports, weekly field trips (No field trips 2021), special events, games, carnivals, nature trails, tournaments, arts and crafts, and theme weeks.
Camp space is limited and is for residents only.
- Junior Camp, Ages 6 to 9
- Senior Camp, Ages 10 to 13
Each week will have a different theme and all activities will be centered around the theme.
Camp includes daily swimming or water spray park, arts and crafts, sports and others.
- Week 1
- Week 2
- Week 3
- Week 4
- Week 5
- Week 6
- Week 7
Due to COVID-19 Regulations and Guidelines Camp Nonotuck is limited to 40 campers in Jr. and Sr. Camp each week. We will be utilizing all 4 Pavilions with 20 campers per pavilion. This will allow us to maintain social distancing and a safe environment. If the City of Easthampton moves into the "Red" on the State's COVID-19 Community Data Dashboard Camp will be shutdown immediately and will not re-open until numbers improve. Camp Nonotock will abide by all State, Local and Park regulations and guidelines regarding Covid-19. Any cancellations due to Covid-19 will receive a refund for any portion remaining.
Requirements for Campers
As mandated by law, all campers must have the following records in place prior to any camp placement:
- Immunizations within the last 2 years
- History/physical within the last 18 months
- Recent picture of the child
Camp Cost & Hours
Will be out soon
- Regular Day - Monday through Friday 9 am to 3:30 pm
- Extended Day - Monday through Friday 8 am to 4 pm
Please note: Week 2 is a 4 day week
To reserve weeks $25 deposit per week per child (non-refundable) after paying first week in full.
Helping Hands Scholarship information available, please email Camp Nonotuck for information.
Please note: The first week of attendance must be paid in full at time of registration. Additional reserved weeks must be paid in full the Wednesday prior to attendance of that week. If payments are not made by Tuesday of the attending week, your child will not be allowed to continue attending camp.
New England Farm Workers Council
Camp Nonotuck is run under the auspices of the Department of Public Health 105 CMR 430.00 (1-617-983-6761), City of Easthampton, and is licensed annually by the local Board of Health. Copies of state regulations, background checks, health care, discipline policy and grievance procedures are available upon request.