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Fun. Friends. Memories. Experience Camp Fuller

Camp Fuller, Wakefield, Rhode Island (February 20, 2014). As summertime approaches, its time to start thinking about summer camp opportunities at Camp Fuller! Located on Point Judith Pond in Wakefield, Rhode Island, Camp Fuller is a residential summer camp for girls and boys ages 7-16.

 

Nestled on 64 acres of shore and woodlands, Camp Fuller offers kids a summer get-away full of water and land-based activities. From kayaking to sailing, mountain biking and high ropes, campers develop skills and build strong friendships and memories fostered in the beauty of the outdoors.

 

Camp Fuller will host a series of open houses giving parents and prospective campers the opportunity to learn more about all the adventures Camp Fuller offers during their one, two, or four week sessions. Below is a list of the scheduled Open House dates and times.


March 15th, 10:00am-2:00pm

April 12th, 10:00am-2:00pm

May 10th, 10:00am-2:00pm

 

All open houses are at YMCA Camp Fuller, 619 Camp Fuller Road, Wakefield, RI 02879. If unable to attend, Camp Fuller will arrange a special tour of the camp, or make a presentation in a prospective or current camper’s home for three or more families.

 

Camp Fuller is a branch of the YMCA of Greater Providence, a fully accredited camp by American Camp Association standards, and licensed and inspected by the Rhode Island Department of Public Health. For more information regarding open houses, registration, and general camp inquiries, please contact Peter Swain, Camp Director at 800-521-1470 or pswain@gpymca.org. For information regarding day camp opportunities at the branches of the YMCA of Greater Providence, please visit www.gpymca.org.

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