What to bring to Camp

Welcome to Nichols Day Camp!  We are so excited for the fun that summer camp brings.  Thank you for sharing your child with us this summer.  We hope that you will be pleased with the wonderful staff that we have working at camp this year.

What to Bring to Camp

Every Day Your Child Will Need:

  • One-piece swimsuit for girls.  Swimming trunks for boys.
  • Towel
  • Beach Shoes
  • Change of Clothes
  • Jacket or Sweatshirt
  • Sneakers
  • Flip Flops or Sandals
  • Rain Gear
  • Lunch, Snacks, Plenty of Water and Liquids

Please remember to take a few minutes and label all of your child’s clothing, towels, shoes, lunchbox and water bottles.  We have sunscreen and insect repellent for the children at camp.  If you child needs a particular brand due to allergies, please supply the camp with what you would prefer.

What NOT to Bring to Camp

Please Leave at Home:

  • Electronic toys
  • Computers and ipads
  • Cell phones
  • CD players, ipods, mp3 players
  • Matches, lighters, fireworks
  • Weapons of any sort

Any camper who is in possession of illegal drugs, drug paraphernalia, tobacco products, or alcohol will be asked to leave camp immediately and will not be able to return with no refund given.

Camp Weather

Wind Advisory

Issued:
6:03 AM EST on December 12, 2017
Expires:
11:00 PM EST on December 12, 2017
Snow
Tuesday 12/12 100%
Snow
Rain and snow this morning changing to rain late. Some sleet may mix in. High 43F. Winds ESE at 15 to 25 mph. Chance of rain 100%. Snow accumulations less than one inch.
Chance of Rain
Wednesday 12/13 40%
Chance of Rain
Rain showers early with overcast skies later in the day. A few flurries or snow showers possible. Morning high of 37F with temps falling to near 20. Winds WSW at 10 to 20 mph. Chance of rain 40%.
Partly Cloudy
Thursday 12/14 0%
Partly Cloudy
Some clouds in the morning will give way to mainly sunny skies for the afternoon. High 23F. Winds W at 10 to 15 mph.
Testimonials
This is a wonderful camp with very committed and enthusiastic counselors, in a wonderful location on Walker Pond. Unlike snooty and expensive camps that provide too much to children, this is an unpretentious environment that teaches respect for self, others and nature.