Camp Nashoba™ is a Massachusetts children's camp located northeast of Boston offering traditional summer camp experiences for boys and girls ages 4 to 15. Nashoba is often described as a day camp with a wide variety of land and water activities with the feel of a New England overnight camp.
Instruction is offered by a talented and mature staff in water sports, horseback riding, fishing, nature, target sports, woodworking, tennis, sports, Red Cross swimming, waterskiing, windsurfing, wakeboarding and much more.
Founded in 1957, Camp Nashoba™ is a family operated, traditional summer camp for boys and girls, located in Littleton, Massachusetts on the northeastern shore of scenic Fort Pond. Sessions range from 2, 3, 4 and 8 weeks for new and former campers.
This camp must comply with regulations of the Massachusetts Department of Public Health and be licensed by the local board of health. (105 CMR 430.190)
Tours are available summer and fall 2014 Meet with the Directors for a private tour at your convenience. 978-486-8088. Bring a new friend to camp this summer and you will both receive a tuition discount!
The Olympic sport of Modern Pentathlon holds five World Cup competitions each year. The United States has been granted the first in the series, known as World Cup #1. In each country, a national competition is held to qualify athletes for the World Cup Semi Finals, held on the first day of our event, and excludes the Ride discipline. After the cut, the Finals are a full Pentathlon, which includes the Ride. Men and women compete separately on different days. The five disciplines that make up the Modern Pentathlon each have their own set of challenges to test an athlete’s adaptable intelligence, physical endurance, precision, self-control and courage. Fence – épée round-robin Swim – 200 meter freestyle Ride – equestrian show jumping on an unfamiliar horse Run – 3,000 meter cross-country Shoot – laser target (pistol) The run and shoot disciplines make up the Combined Event, which requires athletes to stop and shoot between each 1,000 m. lap. This calls for extraordinary stress control skills, while also treating spectators to an exciting finale. www.usapworldcup.org