Great outdoor adventures and indoor fun await all Boys & Girls Club of Greenwich campers. Our Clubhouse Camp, Camp Simmons and Teen Camp provide creative, fun and supportive camping experience for youth ages 6 to 15. We surround our kids with positive role models to provide the support and encouragement they need to realize their full potential, all while in a relaxed and inspiring camp setting.
Clubhouse Camp for ages six through twelve is located on Horseneck Lane in our air-conditioned facility. There is a field house, outdoor turf field, 25-meter pool, arts and crafts, and a technology center. Children enjoy swim lessons, academic enrichment, special trips, and daily activities including table tennis, bumper pool, and air hockey.
Camp Simmons is 77 acres of pure wilderness on Lake Avenue in Greenwich featuring an outdoor swimming pool, archery range, and pond for fishing and canoeing. Campers ages six through twelve can participate in special events and themed days like Holidays in July, Olympics, and weekly fishing derbies.
Teen campers can dive into summer at the Clubhouse on Horseneck Lane. At Teen Camp we believe in giving our campers a voice, through a summer program designed for high school students, offering them ownership, responsibility and the opportunity to grow through local travel, service learning and leadership training. Teens have access to a multi-sport court, outdoor turf field, swimming pool, and game room. Much of their time is spent engaged in special activities such as cooking classes, yoga lessons, exercise excursions to Greenwich Avenue and more!
This leadership program is an opportunity for youth ages 14–15 to learn about working with children and developing leadership skills in a camp setting. CITs are paired with a specific group and learn on-the-job skills to improve their confidence while serving as a role model for youth. CITs must complete a separate application and choose either Clubhouse or Camp Simmons locations for as many weeks as they would like. Space is limited, so register early.