Camp Nonesuch Cancels​ Summer 2020 Season

We regret to announce that, due to the health risks related to the COVID-19 pandemic, we have made the decision to cancel the summer 2020 camp season. This includes all live and remote/virtual programs. While this was a difficult decision to make, we felt that, given the nature of the special regulations and restrictions governing summer day camps this year, we could not provide the level of quality and experience that makes Camp Nonesuch so special.

To read the full note from Camp Director Paul Karasch regarding the cancellation, please click here.

Hours of Operation

9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. Monday - Friday
Morning drop off:  8:45 - 9:00 a.m.
Afternoon pick up: 3:45 - 4:00 p.m.
Early drop off*:  7:45 - 8:45 a.m.
Late pick up*: 4:00 - 6:00 p.m. 
*Early drop off and Late pick up fees apply

Camp Overview

• Camp Nonesuch is a day camp for boys and girls ages 7 (and/or have completed first grade) to 15.
• Choice! We offer an entirely elective program! Campers choose from a wide variety of activities for each two-week session! Activities areas include arts and crafts, sports, waterfront activities, group games, and performing arts!
• Fun! What better way to spend a summer than choosing activities you want to do with counselors and campers who have the same interests!  Our two-week sessions provide campers with the opportunity to learn a variety of fun activities from beginning to end!
• Value! Competitive tuition that includes all activity supplies, lunch, and snacks! (Extended day and our two seasonal overnights are extra)

• Founded by a group of visionary faculty members from The Rivers School, Camp Nonesuch opened its arms to campers in the summer of 1980 and continues to provide local families with a high quality, unique, individualized summer camp experience where children learn and play!  Camp Nonesuch is owned and operated by The Rivers School.  
Celebrating over 35 summers of fun for area children!

Guiding Principles and Philosophy

• To provide a variety of stimulating and educationally sound experiences that support social and physical growth.
• To develop individual skills through each child's personal motivation.
• To stimulate exploration and adventure through individual and group challenges while developing insight into cooperation and decision making.
• To promote a sense of personal pride through the recognition of individual strengths and the accomplishments of newly gained skills.
CAMP NONESUCH    The Rivers School     333 Winter Street     Weston, Massachusetts 02493
Phone: (September - June) 781-235-9300     (June - August) 508-655-8118    Fax: 833-827-7084