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swimming lessons, fishing, hiking, dancing, sports and games, 

Please note: We are FULL for all sessions at Camp Wing Overnight Camp. Families that match our application criteria can submit an application to be placed on a WAITLIST. No payment is required to hold a space on a waitlist. If space becomes available, we will reach out.

croSsroads CAMP WING

where kids can be kids

At Crossroads, we believe that every young person has the ability to unlock their potential and positively impact the world. It is our goal to provide guidance, resources, and confidence to all of our young people, while demonstrating respect, friendship, and an unwavering commitment to help them transform into informed individuals and leaders. As a Crossroads family made up of participants and their caregivers, staff, donors, and friends, we stand united in supporting our young people as they become economically independent citizens, socially responsible leaders, and emotionally connected adults. One summer with Crossroads can grow into a lifetime of opportunities.

At overnight summer camp our young people
explore new environments, engage in new and fun experiences,
and develop healthy relationships with fellow campers and staff.

Crossroads serves young people from Boston as well as returning families from surrounding communities. Crossroads is dedicated to making sure that all children can experience the joys of summer camp and year-round leadership programs, regardless of their families’ financial circumstances. Our programs are fully funded by donor support.

With that in mind, the only cost is a
$100 enrollment fee per camper, per session.
Transportation, food, activities and all other elements
of camp are covered by Crossroads.
There are no additional fees.

Camp Wing in Duxbury, MA

Serving students in Grades 2 - 8

Our sessions run for 12 days starting on a Sunday and ending on a Thursday.

Cabins are grouped by grade level and gender identification.

Application Criteria:

Since 1936, the mission of Crossroads has been to serve children from Boston who otherwise might not have the opportunity to experience an overnight summer camp. To this end, we prioritize enrolling campers from Boston with demonstrated financial need. We also prioritize campers (and their siblings) who have previously attended a Crossroads camp.

Campers who do meet the above criteria are encouraged to apply to be added to the waitlist.

Any other applicants will not be considered this year.

Four 12 Day Sessions

June 23 -
July 4

Session One

July 7-
July 18

Session Two

July 21-
August 1

Session Three

August 4 -
August 15

Session Four

camp wing
Duxbury, MA

Located on 200 acres, Camp Wing is our largest camp where 160 campers stay overnight each session. Cabins are grouped into four villages of 40 campers that each establish a close community. The site includes two swimming pools, a boating pond, large playing fields, and a huge log cabin that accommodates 80 of the campers.

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Payment Information

Enrollment Fee

A nonrefundable enrollment fee of $100 per camper per session. There are no additional fees.

A minimum payment of $25 is required to complete registration and secure each session at camp. The full enrollment fee is due by May 1, 2024. It can be paid in full by credit/debit card, cashier’s check, money order, or cash.​

Financial Support

Monthly payment plans are available through May 1, 2024.

If your family’s current situation means that the $100 fee would cause financial hardship, please email or call 617.766.5179.


Refund and Cancellation Policy

  • Enrollment fees are nonrefundable.

  • There are no refunds for cancellations, not attending, late arrivals, or early departures.


QUESTIONS? Let's talk.

hear from a few of our counselors

notes from our camp parents & caregivers

“Our daughter was a 1st time camper and 2nd generation camper following in her dad’s footsteps! My family appreciates what Crossroads is doing for the children.Our camper is looking forward to coming back next year and has made it clear that she no longer wants to be home on summer breaks. I feel like I’ve lost my child to camp moving forward. LOL!”

“My child was able to explore the outdoors and stay disconnected from technology and made new friends.”

“I can’t speak more highly of the program, staff, and the other children. The environment is an extension of home and when my camper is there, I’m worry-free.”

“My son is a kid who loves being outdoors doing all types of activities all the time. He has to stay busy and entertained. The exposure to all of the camp activities and being able to be outside in nature, not being inside on electronics all day, is what he needs.”

“The comradery, physical activity, genuine care, organization, celebratory activities and atmosphere are second to none. Thank you!”

“He was able to expel all that extra energy. He was able to have fun and not worry about what is going on in the community that was negative around us.”

“My son returned home with a better positive attitude and spirit. He felt empowered and ready to target the next school year.”

“My daughter went from being this shy little girl to being around a group of kids and staff who allowed her to express herself and be her true silly self. Forever grateful!”


Staff hiring procedures, healthcare procedures and discipline policies are available to guardians upon request.
Crossroads complies with MA DPH regulations, is licensed by the local BOH and is accredited by the ACA.
You may contact the office to file any grievances during business hours at 617.765.7556.

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