At Sunset Point Camp, children can learn to be independent while gaining new skills and interests. From swimming and boating to arts and crafts, campers can explore a variety of activities that help them develop healthy habits. Through team sports and other activities, children can also learn the importance of friendship and how to work together.
Campers also receive academic summer support to help them keep up with their studies and be prepared for the upcoming school year. In addition, Sunset Point Camp offers special events such as ice cream socials and a treasure night, where campers can make memories with their friends and counselors.
At Sunset Point Camp, children have the opportunity to develop independence, new passions, healthy habits, and lasting friendships. Whether they want to learn a new skill or make friends, campers can have a fun and meaningful summer experience.
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Sunset Point Camp
Sunset Point Camp first opened its doors in 1919. The main dining hall was originally part of a veteran’s hospital on Bumpkin Island in Boston Harbor before moving to its current location in Hull, MA. In 2014, the camp underwent extensive renovations and is comprised of two bunkhouses, an indoor gym, a kitchen, nurse’s station, staff bedrooms, an arts and crafts room, a rec room, and a grand hall with a stage and fireplace. Outside, the camp has an in-ground pool, basketball court, swings, and a beautiful courtyard for all types of activities.