For Kids & Families

World’s End Camp Schedule

2022 Schedule and Pricing Information

2022 Summer Camp Registration is Open

World’s End Summer Camp Schedule and Pricing



June 27-August 19
Camp for Ages 5-10
CIT for Ages 15-17
Monday-Friday, 9AM-3PM

Week 1: June 27-July 1
Week 2: July 5-July 8 (no camp Monday, July 4)*
Week 3: July 11-July 15
Week 4: July 18-July 22
Week 5: July 25-July 29
Week 6: August 1-August 5
Week 7: August 8-August 12
Week 8: August 15-August 19

*Week 2 will be pro-rated for the July 4 holiday

Campers at World’s End in Hingham enjoy and explore nature by hiking the fields, forests, and shorelines. Treks across the unique habitats and vistas of World’s End foster an understanding of what living things here require to survive and thrive. With the new Wakeman & O’Donnell Center as our home base, campers have even more opportunities for in-depth science exploration. Campers make meaningful connections to the natural world and appreciate the importance of protecting special places for people, plants, animals, and humans alike—all while making friends and having fun!


Trustees Member Camper: $450/week
Nonmember Camper: $550/week

To receive a $100 per camper per week discounted rate and enjoy all the benefits of Trustees family membership year-round, join or renew when you register.

See the South Shore Summer Camp CIT Programs page for more on South Shore Camps leadership programs for 15-17 year-olds.

Please review the South Shore Camps Registration Information page before proceeding to the registration site.

Weir River Farm & World's End Camp Parent Testimonials

Nature as a playground: building tents in the forest, crab hotels, watching animals. Great knowledge about animals/nature by main guide (Mrs. Doughnut).

– Camp Parent

My kids absolutely loved their weeks at camp!

– Camp Parent

My son loves this camp so much…from the animal interactions to the counselors, it’s truly the best.

– Camp Parent

Join the Trustees

Enjoy 120 sites featuring inspired trails, historic homes, beautiful gardens, farms, summer camps and more.
Become a Member

Lend a Hand

Join a community passionate about a sustainable future and engaged in diverse projects across the state.

Support Our Work

We rely on your generous support to protect the irreplaceable landscapes and landmarks of Massachusetts.