Alumni of Nichols Day Camp and its programs (whether campers, counselors, parents or trustees), you are part of a family, including campers from five years old to seventy-five or more.
As in most families, Nichols Day Camp is made up of generations stretching back in time. In fact, many of our current campers are third generation—their grandparents were the first to come to camp in the early 1960s and someone from every generation since then has worn the green, white or gray tee-shirt. Any summer now, our first 4th generation campers will arrive. No matter your camp legacy, alumni have sung our camp songs, and shared traditions that over time and in their own way have become “home” to each of us.
We hope you find this Alumni tab a useful portal to people, places, and times that are important to you—to your life, to who you were when you wore the camp colors down on Walker Pond and who you’ve turned out to be. There are many reasons this camp is so well loved and so enduringly important to so many peoples’ lives. You are one of those reasons.
In the next two sections you will have an opportunity to sign up as a Nichols Day Camp Alumni so you may rediscover those you’ve lost track of (we will not share anyone’s information without their permission) and find out how you can host or be part of an Alumni Gathering.