Camp Dates: August 4-16, 2019
Camp Location: Horace Moses Scout Reservation, 310 Birch Hill Avenue, Russell MA
Boys and girls aged 13 to 17 years old who enjoy outdoor activities and want to learn more about the environment are eligible to attend. Enthusiastic outdoorsmen and women today will become tomorrow’s leaders in safeguarding our outdoor heritage.
If you are a child or have a child interested in attending the Massachusetts Junior Conservation Camp, please click the link below for our online registration:
If you would like to have enrollment forms sent by postal mail, please call or email our office.
We begin accepting online reservations on January 1st and the Massachusetts Junior Conservation Camp fills up quickly. The total tuition is $950 for the full session. Tuition covers lodging expenses, as well as food and activities. Some optional activities may have additional costs associated, but most will be included with the standard tuition. Campers will be sent information about the optional programs in early summer.
In order to reserve a place in the next session, campers will need to complete our online registration and send (by postal mail) a $475 deposit. Full tuition must by paid by May 1st. After that date, any students on the waiting list may be selected to replace those who have not paid the full tuition price.
All tuition checks should be made out to the Massachusetts Junior Conservation Camp (MJCC) and mailed to PO Box 306, Northboro, MA 01532.
Any registered camper who cannot attend camp should notify the camp and sponsors (if any) immediately.
Cancellations must be received in writing by May 1 in order to receive a refund (minus a 10% administrative fee). Applicants who have provided tuition or a deposit, but were put on the waiting list will receive a refund in the event space does not become available.
Refund requests (less the deposit) received after May 1 will be granted for extenuating circumstances only, on a case-by-case basis, determined by the Board of Directors.
$ Tuition Assistance
Many clubs and organizations sponsor campers to the Massachusetts Junior Conservation Camp. You can see a list of sponsors from last year here. You may also consider inquiring with clubs and organizations you may belong to, but that are not listed as current sponsors.
The Massachusetts Junior Conservation Camp sometimes receives monies from persons and organizations who wish to help those families who cannot afford to pay the full tuition. If you would like to apply for a camp scholarship, please click the link below:
These lists will be helpful for both campers and parents.