Camp Stonewall

Camp Stonewall is a co-ed sleepaway camp on the Marianapolis Prep School campus in CT. We are a choice-based program where kids create their own schedules each day between athletics, performing & visual arts, culinary, and outdoor adventure. We serve kids ages 7-15 for sessions of 1-7 weeks. Our campers and staff come from all around the globe. Everyone lives in the campus dorms which provides the welcoming, nurturing environment that helps kids adapt quickly to being away from home.

  • Type: Overnight / Indoor
  • Dates: Sunday to Sunday sleepaway camp– June 23rd – August 9th
  • Location: Thompson, CT
  • Contact info: Cody Kleinman at / 860-933-5449
  • Grades: Elementary, Junior High, High School
  • Registration deadline: Registration opened November 13. No deadline. Some age groups and weeks will have waitlists eventually!
  • Financial Aid: Yes, more information here
  • Transportation: Families can add on transportation pickup/drop off at Grand Central Station in NYC as well as Logan Airport in Boston, MA.
  • Lunch Provided: Yes, no additional fee
  • Activities: Camp Stonewall offers choice-based activity programming every day. That means that campers get to choose what they want to do and when they want to do it! For each activity period, kids will be able to choose between several options – a mix of sports, arts & crafts, dance, music, and drama activities.
  • Health & safety protocols: Camp Stonewall is on a closed campus for only campers, staff, and residents of the boarding school. Camp staff go through background checks during the hiring process which also consists of applications, references and interviews. Lifeguards and archery instructors get trained by professional instructors to receive the proper certification to lead and monitor these activities. Staff go through over a week + of orientation and training before campers arrive. Our medical team is made up of 5+ camp nurses that have experience with school-aged children in camp and school settings; our leadership and admin team also get trained in CPR, First Aid and proper medicinal administration. Walkie-talkies and golf carts are used by the leadership team to communicate and travel throughout campus efficiently as needed. During Sunday check-in, campers and families meet the directors and medical team to ask any questions as needed and go through any specific medications they have before moving into their rooms. All dorm buildings that campers and staff live in are accessible by keys that only camp staff have.
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