Camp Sewataro

One Liberty Ledge
Sudbury, MA 01776
One Liberty Ledge, Sudbury, MA 01776
978-443-3100 978-443-3100

Camp Sewataro

One Liberty Ledge
Sudbury, MA 01776
One Liberty Ledge
Sudbury, MA 01776
978-443-3100 978-443-3100
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In business since: 1960
Total Employees: 51-200

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Program Details

Type
Play/Outdoor

Cost & Availability

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PAYMENT OPTIONS
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Ratings & Reviews

( 3)
Edith H
01/24/2013
Both my daughters have attended for the past three years and this camp is everything you wish camp would be. The family is focused on the camp and only the camp and they think about it year round. The counselors have been well vetted as there has not ever been a staff member that I have seen that is not totally invested in making sure the kids are safe and having fun. Extra bonus - everything is outside (with appropriate shelters for poor weather) - getting back to nature is an understatement here!
Kelly S
12/15/2011
Unlike my older brother, who did not pass level 2 for 5 consecutive summers at camp, I had a great time participating in the swim program at camp! I also loved the chants and arts and crafts.
Jeff S
12/15/2011
The thing about Camp Sewataro is that the swimming levels are really really hard to pass. Although I am currently a varsity college rower, I was not able to pass level 2 (in the 2 meter pool) for the duration of my time at camp (5 summers.)
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