Hello from The Marsh! I am sure you have questions about this summer, because I am asking the same questions too – mostly “Are we going to get to open The Marsh this summer?”
And while we can all agree that getting our kids back into the routine of playing outside and swimming every day would be awesome, the safety and health of campers and staff is, as always, our highest priority. There are a lot of factors that will decide whether we can run The Marsh this summer, and what that will look like, but for now all we can do is wait and watch alongside you to see how things continue to unfold.
We are hopeful that by the end of May we will have a great deal more clarity, and will be able to share the details of a full plan for The Marsh, including any adjustments necessary in response to the virus, allowing you to make good decisions for your family for the summer months.
Thanks for your patience as we encounter this new situation together!
Chief Evelyn | Director of The Marsh
Everything from playing in the pool to making s’mores to canoeing to building volcanoes to archery to creating forts in the woods to making new friends.
I meant to let you know earlier how much fun my daughter and her friend had at camp this year! I asked her on day three if she thought she wanted to go again next year and she said very seriously, “You can only go until you’re 14.” Marsh camper parent
Both of my sons are on their second year with Sandy Cove's Marsh Day Camp, and they absolutely love it! At the end of the school year coming to Sandy Cove was all they would talk about! Marsh camper parent, Facebook Review
They came home exhausted and dirty and happy as larks! Marsh Camper Parent
We love camp because it’s the funnest camp and we ask our parents if we can come every day even on the weekends and I want to be a chief and my sister will be a lifeguard and my brother said he’s going to be the best chief ever! Camper