Massachusetts Summer Camps

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North River Discovery Nature

Marshfield, MA, 2050

Mass Audubon's Discovery Day camp provides an opportunity for kids to explore the natural world with other young naturalists in a safe & supportive environment.


North River Nature Camp

Marshfield, MA,

Oasis Amherst At Hampshire College

Amherst, MA, 1002

Oasis Northampton At Smith College

Northampton, MA, 1063


Rowley, MA, 1969

Massachusetts Summer Camps

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Massachusetts Geography

Geography of Massachusetts Massachusetts is the 7th smallest state in the United States. It is located in the New England region of the northeastern United States, and has an area of 10,555 square miles . Several large bays distinctly shape its coast. Boston is the largest city, at the inmost point of Massachusetts Bay, the mouth of the Charles River, which is the longest river entirely within Massachusetts. The state extends from the mountains of the Appalachian system in the west to the sandy beaches and rocky shorelines of the Atlantic coast. The National Park Service administers a number of natural and historical sites in Massachusetts. Along with twelve national historic sites, areas, and corridors, the National Park Service also manages the Cape Cod National Seashore and the Boston Harbor Islands National Recreation Area. In addition, the Massachusetts Department of Conservation and Recreation maintains a number of parks, trails, and beaches throughout the commonwealth. EcologyThe primary biome of inland Massachusetts is temperate deciduous forest. Although much of the state had been cleared for agriculture, leaving only traces of old growth forest in isolated pockets, secondary growth has regenerated in many rural areas as farms have been abandoned. Currently, forests cover around 62% of Massachusetts. The areas most affected by .

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