Camp Putnam Believes:
That caring and sharing are the core values upon which character is built.
That personal development is facilitated in the presence of nature.
That all children should be viewed and valued for who they are and what they do.
That every child is special and should be afforded the opportunity to discover himself or herself in a safe, nurturing, environment-- regardless of one's ability to pay.
That success should only be measured against one's prior performance.
That each child should be given an opportunity to shine.
That every camper's legacy starts today.
Camp Putnam provides children a true camp experience that encourages and promotes emotional, social, intellectual, and personal discovery in a safe, structured environment.
What do Kids do at Camp?
Each day at Camp Putnam is filled with activities from morning to night. During a typical day at camp your child will experience staff guided activities such as: arts & crafts, boating and canoeing, swimming, pond life, nature crafts, sports & games, Project Putnam (science and engineering), biking & hiking, free time, and specialized evening programs that change both nightly and weekly. In addition to activity filled days, campers make lifelong friendships. Your child will make memories that will last a lifetime!
Our historic 1830s camp dining hall serves three nutritious meals each day. Campers eat family style alongside staff members at a dinner table. We also provide kids with an afternoon and evening snack before lights out.
Where are you located?
7:00 AM Wake up!
8:00 AM Breakfast
9:00 AM Village Time
10:00 AM Activities
12:15 PM Lunch
1:30 PM Activities
3:30 PM Free Swim and
5:30 PM Dinner
6:15 PM Free Time
7:15 PM Evening Program
8:30 PM Village Time
9:00 PM Lights Out!