At LINX Camps we organize our summer groups by age or grade the child is going into in the Fall.
At the end of the school year, or June 21st, we consider they have moved to the next grade.
We recommend if you are setting up a new account prior to June 21st you put the grade your child(ren) is in currently and our system will update it following June 21st.
Campers are encouraged to take one of the 9 buses we have that serve over 15 towns with convenient locations to get to and from camp. Camper Families will receive an AD Card for ID purposes. Trained LINX Counselors will be there every step of the way to ensure your child gets on and off the bus and is delivered to an authorized adult each day. Bus rides are safe, fun and spirited - a true extension of the camp day!
The Commonwealth of MA does not require all buses to have seatbelts. However, LINX Camps only uses buses that have seatbelts. That said, campers are not required to fasten seatbelts as buses have been designed (high foam seatbacks) to protect campers at all times. If you would like to require that your child be seatbelted, please make a note of that at the time you complete your online camp forms.
The LINX Camps Scholarship Committee has awarded over $100,000 in scholarships since the camp opened in 2008. With a growing number of requests for aid, the committee is limited in what it can provide each year and offers need-based scholarships. To apply, please visit: www.linxcamps.com/pages/LINXFoundationCamp.
LINX Camps: If a child is found to have flu like symptoms or a fever - the nurse will contact you and require that the child be picked up from camp and not return.