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Maude Eaton Day Camp


Summer Phone: June 17-August 16, 978-475-5600
Year-Round Camp Hotline: 617-350-8335


Hours of operation: 9 AM-4 PM
Extended care available: 7:30-9 AM ($10) and 4-6 PM ($15)
Register for extended care

Winner of the Boston Parents Paper 2018 “General and Traditional Summer Day Camps” Family Favorite!


Enjoy the best camp has to offer without going far from home at Camp Maude Eaton. Go for a daily swim in or boat ride on Pomps Pond. Explore the sights and sounds of the Lou Henry Hoover Sanctuary and Nature Trail. Aim for the bullseye at the archery range, or take on the low ropes challenge course. Then show off your adventurous side on the high ropes and rise to new heights on the Flying Squirrel. Test your outdoor skills during an optional overnight (grades 4 and up), and sample favorite camp activities like singing, crafts, and cookouts.

For more information, attend an open house, or to schedule a tour, email us or call 617-350-8335. Financial aid is available.

Read about Camp Maude Eaton in our 2019 Camp Guide. All program fees include bus transportation to/from these towns: Andover, Beverly, Billerica, Burlington, Chelmsford, Danvers, Dracut, Haverhill, Lawrence, Lowell, Lynnfield, Methuen, Middleton, North Andover, North Reading, Peabody, Saugus, Stoneham, Tewksbury, Wilmington, and Woburn. Check bus stop locations and times on the bus schedule.

Already registered for camp? Read your 2019 camp confirmation packet to find all the information you need to know, including a suggested packing list.


Typical Day

Arrive at camp and start your day with singing, a flag ceremony, and announcements. Your day is filled with awesome activities such as unit time to work on badges, and specialty areas such as swimming, archery, arts and crafts, nature, and much more. Campers enjoy boating, a cookout, and even an all-camp! An afternoon flag ceremony is held before the campers depart. 


About the Director

Peg “Lucky” Juppé is returning for her 18th year as the camp director and her 35th year as a Girl Scout! Lucky is a retired classroom teacher, ropes course facilitator, outdoor educator, religious emblem advisor, and a Girl Scout leader. When she is not at camp, she loves to go to Cape Cod. She especially enjoys time with her husband, two sons and their wives, and, of course, her two grandsons!