Located on a 700-acre, wooded site, Incarnation Camp is the nation's oldest coeducational camp. Pequot for Boys and Sherwood for Girls provide traditional camp programming for children ages 7-13. Pioneer Village, an adventure camp for older boys and girls (ages 14 and 15), teaches advanced wilderness camping skills. Canoeing, biking and hiking trips highlight the adventure program.
|Program Focuses & Features||Aquatics, Archery, Baseball, Basketball, Bicycle Tours, Boating, Canoeing, Conservation, Crafts, Cross-country, Dance, Equestrian, Exploration, Fine Arts, Football, Gymnastics, Hiking, Kayaking, Music, Peace/Cross-cultural Studies, Religion, Sailing, Soccer, Softball, Street Hockey, Swimming, Tennis, Theater, Volleyball, Wilderness Camping, Wilderness Canoeing|
|Age Range||Residential — Coed Ages 7-15; Day — Coed 6-12|
|Director||Nancy Nygard Pilon, Executive Director|
|Residential Fee||$1375-4595, 2-8 weeks.|
|Dates & Sessions||June-Aug; 6 sessions, 2-8 weeks long|