Summer Camp Programs 

Our Philosophy

At the summer camp at the Groton Country Club, children who have completed grades  K-7 have fun learning and developing skills in golf, swimming and tennis.  Our CIT program is offered to children who have completed 8th or 9th grade.

Equally as important, children develop self confidence, learn fair play and benefit from daily social interaction with their peers.

Camp Information

Swimming and golf are taught by certified instructors.

Healthy snacks and lunches and use of golf clubs are included in the tuition. Children who have completed grades K-7 are invited to attend our camp. CIT program is available for children who have completed grades 8 and 9.  The camper to staff ratio is 5:1.

Before & After Care Programs are available! 

Please remember to include a towel, swimsuit, change of clothes, sunscreen, sneakers, water bottle and a hat as children are outdoors most of the day. 

Children are grouped in the following age groups:

Group A :          Completed grades K - 2
Group B :          Completed grades 3 & 4
Group C :          Completed grades 5 - 7
CIT Program:   Completed grades 8 & 9

Counselor in Training Program

This program is for young adults who have completed grades 8 and 9.  Cost is half of regular tuition and includes daily lunch.  C.I.T.'s are mentored and supervised by Lead Counselors and will receive an evaluation upon completion. C.I.T.'s will participate in all camp activities.  Two week minimum attendance is required.

2015 Summer Camp Sessions

Nutritious snacks, lunches, and use of golf clubs & tennis racquets are included in tuition.
- Dates subject to slight change depending on school snow 'makeup' days-

6/22 - 6/26

9 AM - 4 PM


6/29 - 7/02

9 AM - 4 PM


7/06 - 7/10

9 AM - 4 PM


7/13 - 7/17

9 AM - 4 PM


7/20 - 7/24

9 AM - 4 PM


7/27 - 7/31

9 AM - 4 PM


 8/03 - 8/07

9 AM - 4 PM


8/10 - 8/14

9 AM - 4 PM


8/17 - 8/21

9 AM - 4  PM





NOTE: Camp drop-off is at the Tennis Courts, where a counselor in a staff t-shirt will be waiting, unless in cases of extreme weather, in which case drop-off will be at the front entrance to the Fairways Reception Hall.


The Groton Country Clubs' summer camp complies with the regulations of the Massachusetts Department of Public Health and is licensed by the Groton Board of Health. Parents may request copies of staff background checks, health care and discipline policies and grievance filing procedures.

Medical Forms

All camp attendees must have up-to-date immunizations and medical history forms on file prior to the first day of camp.  Upon receipt of registration, parents will be mailed a packet that includes Groton Country Club policy handbook which details attendance policies, pickups, late fees and health care and discipline policy.  Also included are staff background checks and training information.

Pickup and Drop-off

Daily pick-up and drop-off is at the entrance to the Pavilion, by the Tennis Courts.  Children will wait there before and after camp.  Pick-up is promptly at 4:00 PM, and there is a late charge for any child not picked up at 4 PM.  If there is an emergency and parents cannot make pick up, please call the main office  (978)-448-3996 to make other arrangements.

Financial Aid

The Town of Groton Trust Fund is available for any family with children under 16 who need financial help to pay for sports programs, summer camp and school supplies.  Please contact Karen Tuomi at (978) 877-6787 for more information.

Forms  Please submit all pertinent forms when you register!

Health Care Parent Handout

Before and Aftercare Registration Form/Info

2015 Camp Health Form/Info
Please fill out this form and send it in with your registration.

2015 Sample Menu

Sample Daily Schedule