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Camp Guide

A comprehensive resource guide including a list of camp experiences, from sports to academic to religious, in the Baltimore area.
GUIDE

Camp Guide

A comprehensive resource guide including a list of camp experiences, from sports to academic to religious, in the Baltimore area.

Cape Cod Sea Camps

3057 Main St, Brewster, MA 02631
508-896-3451
Gender | Coed
Type | Sports | General
Location | Brewster

What more perfect way to experience the fun and exploration of a summer on Cape Cod. For more than 90 years, CCSC has played host to campers from throughout the country and the world. Owned and operated by the same family since its inception, CCSC is recognized as one of the top camps in the USA by Richard Kennedy’s “Choosing the Right Camp”.

CCSC operates one of the finest sailing programs in a camp setting with fleets of 30 Cape Cod Mercury’s, 16 Sunfish and 10 Club 420s. Recreational sailing and racing are offered on an elective basis. In addition to water sports, CCSC is well known for offering exceptional programs in many other activities including Archery, Riflery, Tennis, Arts, Land Sports, Drama, Woodworking, Challenge, Guitar and more. Our new Arts Center, Sailing Center, and Swimming Center add to the wonderful campus on the shores of Cape Cod Bay.

CCSC offers an elective program where each camper develops their own personal schedule on a weekly basis. Campers represent over 35 states and 14 different countries each summer.

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