Newton: Nahanton Park
Nahanton Park: 455 Nahanton Street, Newton MA
Situated along the Newton-Needham line, our Nahanton Park site offers endless opportunities for nature exploration and play. Within the 55 acres of natural landscape, we explore various habitats – meadows, woodlands and wetlands. The beautiful Nahanton Park Nature Center also acts as an excellent resource for teaching and provides great indoor space in the case of inclement weather.
Things to Know
Offered for Explorers (Ages 3-6) & Hikers (Ages 7-9)
Program runs from 9:00am-1:00pm
8:30am early drop-off and extended day until 3:00pm are available
Please bring a NUT-FREE lunch
Mid-morning snack of Rold Gold pretzels will be provided
A Fla-Vor-Ice popsicle is given at the end of each day
Children MUST be potty-trained
Due to Massachusetts state regulations, all children attending PUDDLESTOMPERS Drop-off Programs must submit a full health record (including a physical and all immunizations) and a completed consent form. These forms must be submitted by May 31st, or upon registration if registering after May 31st. If these forms are not received by the beginning of your child's program, your child will not be allowed to attend per Board of Health regulations and no refunds will be given. You can email all health forms to firstname.lastname@example.org, or mail your health forms to:
PUDDLESTOMPERS Nature Exploration
1 Bridge Street, Suite 105
Nahanton Park Summer 2020 Schedule
View all of our STEM-based curriculum here!
Early Drop-off & Extended Day
Early drop-off at 8:30am and extended day 1:00-3:00pm are available at this location. If you would like to register less than a week before the start of your program, you must speak with a PUDDLESTOMPERS Staff member first, or email us at email@example.com. You can register for early drop-off and extended day here.
Children MUST be potty trained in order to attend this program. Please review our full list of our Policies, including our refund and cancellation policies, before registering. This program is offered in partnership with the Newton Parks & Recreation Department.
This camp must comply with regulations of the MDPH & be licensed by the LBOH