Or call the director, Adam Simon:
(844) 239-6882



how many

How many teens come to the summer camp program? How long do we stay?

We generally have around 110 campers each session. You have the option to come for 1, 2, 3 or 4 weeks.


What kinds of teens come to camp?

80% of our campers come from the North East. We think we are the perfect summer camp for teenagers looking to explore new things in a safe and loving community. Teens who might not think of themselves as “camp kids” often love our camp for the freedom it affords them to explore what interests them, on their terms. Check out  some photos from past summers here at OTC.


What is a typical day at camp like?

Our days are very full, with a good mix of fun activities and relaxation. We offer four activity periods each day. Two of the activities change daily and the other two activities run from Monday to Friday. We have dinner together as a community every night, followed by “community chill time,” which is a time to relax, hang out, play games, create art, play music, and connect with one another. After that, we have an evening activity such as campfires, talent shows, dances, and camp-wide games. Most nights, we offer two options for evening activities. Check out our activities and daily schedule.


What is summer camp food like?


Food at Odyssey’s summer camp is far from your usual summer camp fare. Each meal includes both vegetarian, vegan, gluten free and non-vegetarian options. There are always superb salads and occasionally organic, free-range beef and chicken. All meals are made from scratch using as many organic and local ingredients as possible. Meals are served buffet style, and campers can take as much as they want. If you have special dietary concerns, please contact us to discuss.


What is OTC all about?

Odyssey Teen Camp is about joining a community that will love you for exactly who you are. Our program offers more than 50 unique and exciting activities designed specifically for teenagers and their personal growth.

new campers

How many new campers are there each summer?

Well over half of our campers are coming to OTC for the first time. For many it is their first extended period of time away from home. The inclusive community makes it easy for new campers to feel welcome at camp. Our staff is specifically trained on welcoming new campers and helping them make connections.

how old?

What is the average age of teens at Odyssey, and do all ages do everything together?

Our campers are a pretty even mix of teenagers between ages 12 and 18. For the most part we are one community and all ages can participate in activities together. Our 7 different pods, which are based on age and gender, often participate in activities together. Pods are mini communities within our larger camp community. 


What are the cabins like?

Our cedar cabins are well maintained, and each cabin sleeps eight people, six or seven teenagers and one or two counselors. Cabins are grouped together in what we call “pods” and each pod has about six cabins. The campers, counselors, and pod leader become a mini-community in our larger camp community.


What is the summer camp facility like?

Our facility is located in the SouthWest part of the Berkshires of Massachusetts. We are on a gorgeous 416-acre private facility that features a 16-acre private lake for swimming and boating. In addition to many comfortable cabins, large ball fields and an outdoor amphitheater, we have several great indoor spaces for things like dancing, yoga, and cooking classes. Our facility also has a great kitchen/dining hall with room to eat inside and outside.


How do campers communicate with friends and family?

We want to give you the opportunity to really enjoy camp, so we ask that you leave your cell phone at home. You will be able to make phone calls home using our camp phones, after your first week of camp. We also encourage letter writing. Family and friends can send letters to:

Odyssey Teen Camp
1266 East Otis Road
Tolland, MA 01034

(Seasonal Address June 25th to July 26th)

Phone: (844) 239-6882

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Adam Simon, camp director