Camp Faithful, the affectionate name given to the campground and ministry of the Connecticut Advent Christian Campmeeting Association, Inc. We are a 24-acre refuge located in a small wooded area in the north end of Southington in the midst of the concrete and asphalt jungle of central Connecticut. We are not a church, but we are part of the Church.
- Start: 9:00 amEnd : 4:00 amCategory: SportsAge: 8-18Address: 891 QUEEN STSOUTHINGTON, CT 06489-1261
- Start: 9:00 amEnd : 4:00 amAge: 7-17Address: 83 LENOX HILL ROADLITCHFIELD, CT 06759
Tucked away in the Berkshire Hills of western Connecticut, 2 hours north of New York City, Camp Hope is a sleep away camp for boys and girls ages 7-17. More than just a traditional summer camp, Camp Hope is host to a close-knit family consisting of campers, counselors, alumni and parents.
- Start: 9:00 amEnd : 4:00 amAge: 8-15Address: 26 CHASE RDTHOMPSON, CT 06277-2802
Welcome to Camp Stonewall! We are a co-ed sleepaway camp nestled on the Marianapolis Prep School campus. We offer 45+ daily activities in athletics, drama, music, dance, and visual arts. Our community values promote independence, flexibility, and character among all of our campers and staff. CSW serves kids entering grades 2-10. In addition to attracting campers and staff from the United States, our participants also come from around the globe. This diverse community experience empowers every camper to learn more about their world – from right here at camp. Participants can come for 1 to 7 weeks as well as read more
- Start: 9:00 amEnd : 4:00 amAge: 7-17Address: 128 WAHNEE RDTORRINGTON, CT 06790-7020
Everyone who has ever shared a “Magical” summer at Camp Wah-Nee says the same thing…”It’s just so hard to put into words, but this was the best summer of my life!” And while we all agree that you have to live it to truly know what this means, we can tell you this feeling is real and it is wonderful. It’s like your favorite dish at your very favorite restaurant–you know you love it, but even if you know all the ingredients, you just can’t get it the same way anywhere else! So we’ll start by telling you all about read more
- Start: 9:00 amEnd : 4:00 amAge: 4-18Address: 207 COAL PIT HILL RDGRISWOLD, CT 06351-9109
The year was 1951 — before cellphones, DVDs, and the Internet — the Connecticut Baptists were long into a search for a campsite of their own. Almost thirty years of programming at the University of Connecticut at Storrs and Camp Hazen in Chester had convinced the group that they wanted their own place. One sunny Tuesday in July of 1951, Frank Hoadley and Ed Clark of the campsite committee, were out visiting possible sites. They had been invited via postcard by Tom Moye of North Stonginton to take a look at property owned by an elderly couple in his church read more