About Sunset Point Camp
For nearly 100 years, Sunset Point Camp has provided a dream vacation at the seashore to over 40,000 low-income, at-risk children aged 6-13 from Greater Boston without regard for their race, nationality, or religious affiliation. Nearly 450 city-based boys and girls travel to Hull, Massachusetts each summer for a one or two week overnight camp experience letting them enjoy the fresh air, learn new talents, receive academic summer support and simply have fun.
A Whole Week to be a Kid
Campers are supervised and coached by a Camp Director, Program Director, kitchen staff, life guards,and nurses as they enjoy swimming, kayaking, paddle boats, arts and crafts, drama and other recreational activities. In addition, they are involved in a variety of programs designed around life-building skills promoting teamwork, sportsmanship, and good health, while cultivating a sense of leadership, self-discipline and self-esteem. For a registration fee of just $25 per camper, a child receives transportation to from camp, three meals a day and snacks, overnight accommodation in the boys or girls bunkhouse, a full spectrum of recreational activities, and bus transportation during the week to Nantasket Beach and other locations.