About Camp Arrowhead
Located in Natick, MA on the wooded shores of Lake Cochituate, Camp Arrowhead offers a six-week day camp and one-week residential camp that serves children and adults with disabilities.
Since 1958, our campers have enjoyed a warm and caring environment where their individual needs are met, while they learn skills to help promote sociability and independence.
The philosophy of Camp Arrowhead is to strengthen each camper’s self esteem and foster interaction with peers and staff within the Camp Arrowhead community. Arrowhead provides social and physical recreation for individuals with a variety of special needs who are five years and older.
The premises are under the care and control of the Department of Conservation and Recreation (DCR)
This Camp must comply with regulations of the Massachusetts Department of Public Health and be licensed by the local Board of Health.
Parents/ Guardians of campers may ask to verify that staff and volunteers re CORI'd and SORI'd. Health care and discipline policies as well as procedures for filing grievances may be reviewed with members of the Recreation and Parks staff if requested.
Natick Recreation and Parks reserves the right to deem a child not fit for the program at any time.
Find our up-to-date protocols on the Natick Recreation and Parks website here: