ODYSSEY TEEN CAMP
a safe place for all kids to be exactly who they are, in an inclusive community that fully embraces diversity
Or call the director, Adam Simon:
an ACA accredited overnight summer camp for teens
in the Berkshire mountains of western Massachusetts
Odyssey Teen Camp is THE place for teens looking for an exciting, judgment-free summer camp where they can be their truest and most authentic selves. Located in the Berkshires, not far from Boston and New York City.
We offer 1, 2, 3, and 4-week sessions for teenagers (ages 12-18) interested in trying new things, making lifelong friends, and having the summer of a lifetime!
We asked a number of current and former campers why they chose Odyssey Teen Camp
and what keeps them coming back. This is what they shared with us.
Be your best self, free from negativity and judgment in an accepting, creative, trusting community
Make great friends and lasting memories with cool people you would have never met anywhere else
Choose from over 50 different activities each and every day, and do exactly what you want to do
“This camp is the closest thing to Hogwarts that I can find for my daughter.”
– Pamela K, Oakdale NY
“Odyssey Teen Camp is a rare find. It’s like a giant decompression chamber in nature.”
– Kim D, Hempstead NY
“Your shy, struggling, march-to-their-own-beat child will feel completely and totally accepted.”
– Betsy C, Meadowbrook PA
“OTC is out of this world for campers and parents. It is safe, welcoming, and caring”
– Stacey P, Brooklyn NY
“This is the first time where my son said he felt completely comfortable to let go and be his true self.”
– Michelle B, Danbury CT
Every month I receive calls from concerned parents whose teenagers have been diagnosed with social anxiety. They see their teenager spending too much time alone, having trouble making friends, seeming depressed, etc. It's easy to understand why parents are very...
At Odyssey Teen Camp, we have a rich and diverse selection of classes from campers to choose from. One that has become very popular in the last few years is our Magic: The Gathering intensive, where campers get to play the game together in a...
Teenage boy struggling with depression finds hope and connection at summer camp Being a young person is perhaps harder now than it ever was before. The pressures that society can place on our teens is immense – teachers demand better grades, coaches demand...
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Adam Simon, camp director