Our Masonic Family
About Rainbow Camp
Rainbow Camp of Massachusetts was founded in 1948 by Mrs. Lulu H. Gobrecht, the founder of Rainbow Assemblies in Massachusetts. Since then it has been a place where all Rainbow Girls can meet and make new friends. Campers are welcome from any Grand Jurisdiction. The friendships made at Rainbow Camp are some of the most treasured memories of any Rainbow Girl.
Daily activities include a flag raising and lowering, capers, music, classes, evening activity, and evening circle. Campers get the opportunity to learn sportsmanship and many new skills in their classes. Some classes are taught every year, and some are added based on the talents of the Counselors. So check our website for updated class offerings!
To see a video of some of our schedule, click here!
The Campers stay in cabins furnished with bunk beds. No two cabins are exactly same, so make sure you visit all of them. There is plenty of variety in meals so dietary restrictions won’t stop any girl from enjoying great food with everyone.
All Counselors and Junior Counselors are carefully selected, and spend months planning all kinds of fun activities for their campers.
The Camp fee is $300 per week, with a $50 deposit required for each week registered, which is applicable to the camp fee.
We are licensed by the Board of Health and C.O.R.I. checks are completed on all staff.
Rainbow Camp is operated by the Board of Directors which include:
Mrs. Sharon Burke-Prescott, Director, (781) 308-2708
Mrs. Nancy Whalen, Executive Director, (508) 947-0896
Mrs. Denise Goff, Registrar, (508) 746-5080
To download a digital copy of our brochure, click here.
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This web page acknowledges allegiance to the Supreme Assembly, International Order of the Rainbow for Girls, Whose seat of authority is in McAlester, Oklahoma, of which Rev. W. Mark Sexson was the founder. The Supreme Worthy Advisor is Susan Rennagel and Susan A. Torrey is Supreme Deputy for Massachusetts.