Set in the picturesque Berkshires of Connecticut, Greenwood Trails sleepaway camp has all the elements to create fabulous summers.

With over 100 beautifully wooded acres, complete with winding paths and hiking trails, our traditional camp setting welcomes campers to join in the fun. Our comfortable cabins and extensive sports, arts, adventure, and aquatic facilities provide the perfect backdrop for amazing summertime adventures.

Our Facilities


Renovated basketball courts
Renovated tennis courts
Skate park
Gaga court
Sand volleyball
Hard court volleyball
Soccer fields
Baseball field
Batting cage
Ping pong tables

Creative & Performing Arts

Flying Circus Trapeze
Indoor stage for theater and camp shows
Arts & crafts building
Pottery studio
Woodworking shop
“Den” for meetings and informal gatherings
Outdoor covered pavilion
Health Center

Aquatics and Waterfront

Heated swimming pool (used for both instructional and free swim)
Private lake with fishing and boating
Canoes, kayaks, paddle boats, and row boats
Stand Up Paddle Boards (SUP)
23’ water trampoline with blast bag, plunge slide, and slingshot soaker log
Rope Swing
Log Roll


Continuous Belay High Ropes Course
Extensive Low Ropes Course
35’ Climbing Tower
35’ Vertical Playpen
Giant Swing
Leap of Faith
200’ Zip Line
Hiking Trails
Archery range
Go Kart Track



A camper’s cabin is the heart of each child’s “camp family.” Campers live together in cabins or “bunks”, each housing between 8-15 campers with 2-4 counselors. It is in these “homes away from home” that campers learn to live together as a group, share, and respect each other. Our rustic cabins are clean and comfortable, and all include electricity, bathrooms, and shower facilities with hot and cold running water. Campers are taught to make their beds, care for their own belongings, and work together to keep the cabin clean. Our professional housekeeping staff sanitizes the bathrooms daily.

"Becky Goldrick"

by Becky, CAMPER 2010

I always get a lot of personal growth and it’s really cool to look back to see how far or different I’ve become.