About Our Camps

Wilderness Experiences Unlimited believes that summer should be a special time when all campers can appreciate themselves and their world!

Utilizing the Out-of-Doors as the primary locale, W.E.U. provides exciting programs in a friendly, safe, and supportive environment. All programs incorporate the fundamental principles of recreation and education. Campers have the opportunity to develop their own skills and potential through individual and group challenges. Each camper is encouraged to respond to their challenges, feel good about themselves, and gain experience in personal decision making. Preservation and conservation are presented as a way of life.

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Every activity offers many approaches to learning opportunities – appropriate for beginners as well as those with various levels of experience. Fun, adventure, and friendly support are major goals in every aspect of our summer camp program.

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Philosophy and Goals

Recognizing national and international problems related to the use and abuse of our natural resources, W.E.U. focuses on our New England “Wilderness” and the implications of responsible decision making by future citizens to protect the ecological balance.

We believe that all individuals have the right to:

  • Reach for their highest potential through out-of-door experiences
  • Learn to know the Wilderness as it relates to them
  • Ask questions and have them answered fairly and honestly
  • Accept defeat without “Failure” in a safe, supportive atmosphere
  • Feel the thrill of personal accomplishment

The most important part of our program is the placing of a child in a situation where they can help themselves to grow. That chance is what W.E.U. is all about!

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Registration Begins February 1st

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If you have any questions regarding camp please contact: Call Aubrey Cook at 413-569-1287  or email her anytime at campweu@gmail.com

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This camp complies with the Regulations of The Mass. Dept. of Public Health and is licensed by the Local Board of Health.

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