Camp West Woods and Adventure Bound do not discriminate in providing services to children and their families on the basis of race, religion, cultural heritage, political beliefs, marital status, or disability.  This camp complies with regulations of the Massachusetts Department of Public Health (105 CMR 430) and is licensed by the Stoughton Board of Health.  Information on these regulations can be obtained by calling 617-983-6761.
is devoted to teaching girls and boys physical skills, self-esteem, and respect for others through cooperation, support and encouragement rather than competition.

All campers are part of a caring community in which bullying, teasing, and cruel behavior are not allowed.
in Stoughton is located on 10 acres of woods and meadows close to Sharon, Canton, Easton, and Brockton.  We offer a wide range of fun activities for children in pre-school through 10th grade.
Watch the video to learn more about our summer programs.
1. Day Camp   2. Adventure Bound   3. Gymnastics Camp   4.  Leadership Training Program   5. Active Tech Camp
For information on our school-year gymnastics and pre-school programs,
please visit  Tumble N Twist Gymnastics Center  and  Academy Pre-School.
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Camping  Programs
For Children Ages 3 to 15
808 West Street, Stoughton, MA 02072       Tel. 781-341-4424    Fax. 781-341-2970
Camp West Woods is directed by Rob Cancellieri, a 5th grade teacher at the Gibbons Elementary School in Stoughton.  Rob was a camper, transitioned to being a counselor, and then served as Upper Camp Coordinator at Camp West Woods for four years.  He served as Co-Director (along with Steve Kramer) for two years before taking on the Director role in 2015.  Rob’s philosophy is that every child has something unique and incredible about them.  As members of the Camp West Woods team, it is our staff’s job to bring out that incredible attribute, build and foster his/her confidence, and make sure the child is aware of just how awesome they truly are!