About Sunset Point Camp
For 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 and the South Shore 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, sports, theater 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 and 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.