YMCA Camp Hi-Rock

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Camp Hi-Rock is a YMCA summer camp for boys and girls in the Berkshires region of western Massachusetts. They were founded in 1948 around Plantain Pond on Mt. Washington.[1]


The camp was founded in 1948.[2]



The residential campers are divided into six groups or "units" by age and gender. They live separately and eat together. They participate in daily activities together. Units are divided by cabins, each housing on average around ten campers and two or more staff members.

  • Woodlands: Girls age 7-10
  • Abnaki: Boys age 7-10
  • Wigwam: Girls age 11-13
  • Frontier: Boys age 11-13
  • Algonquin: Girls age 14-15
  • Mohawk: Boys age 14-15

There is also a Day Camp which serves families in the area from New York, Massachusetts and Connecticut for ages 5 to 13 from 9am to 4pm Monday through Friday.


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Coordinates: 42°04′47″N 73°27′56″W / 42.079639°N 73.465565°W / 42.079639; -73.465565