Our Camp Season A FUN YOUTH DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM

At Hartford’s Camp Courant, our campers build meaningful and positive relationships with fellow campers and staff, learn positive life skills, and most importantly, HAVE FUN!

Camp Programs EXPERIENCE THE FUN AND EXCITEMENT

The Camp day is filled with fun and exciting activities, from arts & crafts, swimming, hiking, golf, photography and more. We hope you will join us this summer and experience the fun for yourself!

Make A Difference HELP BUILD OUR YOUNG PEOPLE

Hartford’s Camp Courant is proud of our 123 year history. We could not provide a FREE summer sanctuary without the support of the greater Hartford community.

Camp Events TWILIGHT 5K & KIDS FUN RUN

Join us for the inaugural Hartford’s Camp Courant Twilight 5K, a Sci-Fi themed event on Friday, May 4th.

A FREE summer program for Hartford’s kids

The warm summer days at Hartford’s Camp Courant are filled with moments of excitement, fun, friendship, and self-confidence. As the oldest and largest FREE summer day camp in the nation, Hartford’s Camp Courant provides a safe, exciting and educational environment in which Hartford’s youth, ages five (5) through 12, participate in active learning opportunities and fun activities focused on positive youth development and healthy lifestyle choices. As a youth development organization, Camp Courant combine traditional camp activities such as swimming, arts & crafts and sports with over a dozen enrichment programs that expose campers to ideas and opportunities which spark their imaginations and inspires them to be their best in a safe, nurturing, fresh-air setting Campers become part of a historic camp community that continues to grow and evolve, but has also stood the test of time for 123 years.

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Last Saturday Hartford's Camp Courant Bank of America Junior Leaders participated in a workshop with acclaimed author, speaker and educator Daniel Blanchard. In this workshop the Junior Leaders learned the principles of success, achievement and happiness through learning about respecting others, as well as respecting themselves. The principles, when practiced, can help communities strive to be better places through cohesiveness. Our Junior Leaders can then take charge of learning and practice how to fully participate in respecting others while self-respecting themselves. Thank you Daniel Blanchard and great work Bank of America Junior Leaders! #sharethesummer #juniorleaders #selfrespect #bethechange ... See MoreSee Less

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Congratulations to Eric George of Insurance Association of Connecticut on being our future chairman of the Arch Street Tavern fundraiser. ... See MoreSee Less

IAC President Eric George is introduced as the next chairman of the annual Arch Street Tavern fundraiser for Hartford's Camp Courant.

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Incredible turn out tonight for our @campcourant @archstreettavern fundraiser! #sharethesummer ... See MoreSee Less

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@CampCourant @ArchStTavern fundraiser tonight! #sharethesummer ... See MoreSee Less

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