2017 Marblehead Summer Camp Options

Spring is quickly approaching and, believe it or not, it’s time to start thinking about summer camps!  We’re happy to provide this comprehensive list of some Marblehead-based options (in no particular order).  Simply click on the camp name for a link to their respective site and, in many cases, registration information.  If we have forgotten someone, please don’t hesitate to reach out to and we’ll gladly add to this list.  Please note that our listing of any camp does not constitute an endorsement.  Thank you!

Summer Adventure at Marblehead Charter


Jewish Community Center of the North Shore

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Lynch / van Otterloo YMCA (including Children’s Island)

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Seaview Sports

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The Ultimate Kids Fishing Camp with Randy Sigler

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Marblehead Recreation & Parks

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Camp Devereux

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Summer at Tower

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Pleon Yacht Club Sailing Camp

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Acorn Art Gallery (including Salem Willows Program)

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Little Harbor Boathouse SUP & Kayak

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SUP East Coast Style

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Marblehead Little Theatre

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Out of the Box Art Studio

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Burn Marblehead Fitness Studio

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Knucklehead Art Studio

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Seaside Nursery School 

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Audubon Nature Camp

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Boston Yacht Club Sailing

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Corinthian Yacht Club Sailing

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“Headers Helping Headers”

Three simple words that represent a philosophy of spirit that we at All Marblehead hope to exemplify.  Our love for our community drives much of what we do day in and day out.


Jocelyn and Adam Cook

Clearly, Jocelyn Cook, Founder and Executive Director of SPUR, knows the feeling.  A wife, mother, and tireless volunteer, Jocelyn and the SPUR team are committed to finding ways in the everyday to inspire good deeds, connect the community and provide a platform to engage others in volunteerism to benefit our neighbors in need in Marblehead, Salem, Lynn and Swampscott.


Backpack Drive

In 2016 (only their second year in operation), SPUR mobilized 596 volunteers ages two and up; organized 26 volunteer activities; offered 1,500 servings of food at Lifebridge Shelter; held six enrichment workshops for children ages 3-10; prepared 642 personal care kits for the homeless; organized five drives, the two largest of which provided 587 local children with new backpacks and school supplies and 433 local children and 80 homeless adults with winter essentials and meaningful gifts; funded two seed grants which empowered local youth to carry out their ideas for community impact projects and successfully installed and maintained an organic, 540 sq. ft. garden which benefited the Marblehead Food Pantry.  They were also, quite deservingly, named Non-Profit of the Year by Marblehead Chamber of Commerce.

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Holiday Cheer Drive

If a need exists, and Jocelyn learns of it, she works tirelessly to find a way to help.  Be it a child who might otherwise go without school supplies, an elderly resident with an icy sidewalk, or a homeless family in need of a warm meal, SPUR is there to make a difference – not only in the lives of those in need but, as importantly, in the lives of those who help.  The saying “it takes a village” may be trite, but Jocelyn Cook and the network of helpers SPUR has inspired is proof positive that TOGETHER our communities affect change greater than anything we can do as individuals.

Learn more about SPUR and how you can get involved at