We will be offering two Lake Discovery Family Days in lieu of the weeklong day camp for 2021.
2021 Lake Discovery Family Days
Elementary Grades K-5th
July 22 (raindate July 29) & August 5 (rain date August 12)
9:00 AM to Noon
Are you searching for a fun and rewarding experience for your kids or grand-kids this summer that revolves around boating,
lake ecology, arts, crafts and games? Consider bringing them to our Lake Discovery Family Days.
As the COVID 19 pandemic still lingers, though with the hope that this summer 2021 will be much better, we are going to postpone our full weeklong day camp until 2022 when we expect to be able to host the camp under more normal conditions.
Our 2021 Lake Discovery Family Days will offer similar activities to families of children grades K-5, exploring knot tying, boating safety, games related to boating, build a boat, arts and crafts, map making, and more. Activities will take place outside adjacent to the museum and families can stay within their own groups. There will be opportunities to visit Model Yachting, see the sailing classes in session, and even go for a ride on the Millie B with your own group. More information to come.
Lake Discovery Day Camp 2022 information below. Consider reserving a place for your child or grandchild for next year.
Lake Discovery Camp at the New Hampshire Boat Museum is a fun-filled week of adventure for children in grades K-5. It is a week-long, half-day program where campers will engage in hands-on activities to discover how Wolfeboro’s lakes, rivers, and streams connect our past with our future.
The camp has always been led by local elementary and middle-school teachers. Activity highlights from previous summers include: watercolor painting, arts & crafts, games, science experiments, rides on Molly the Trolley, tour the Marine Patrol’s boat, sailing model sailboats with the Back Bay Skippers, the Watershed Warrior program from NH Lakes, visiting the Libby Museum, and a boat ride on the Millie B out on Lake Winnipesaukee.
Weeklong session per child: $110 NHBM member / $125 Not-yet members
The Lakes Region of New Hampshire has over 273 lakes and ponds.
“This is the most fun I had all summer”
— Evan Reis, Lake Discover Camper —