East Boston Camps was acquired by the Town of Westford on March 31, 2005 after a unanimous vote at a February 7, 2005, Special Town Meeting. The East Boston Camps Master Plan (PDF) calls for the property to be open and accessible to all Westford residents; for the protection of the property's forest, wildlife, and water quality; and for the preservation of the feeling of serenity, peacefulness, and quiet of this open space.
East Boston Camps Campsites Available for Use
The Westford Conservation Commission is entrusted with the care, custody, management, and use of the East Boston Camps property, including the campsite facilities. Camp areas are available for rent to help offset the costs of maintaining the East Boston Camps property. Westford Recreation supports the Conservation Commission by handling the entire campsite rental process, which includes issuing permits, and facilitating payment. To learn more, visitEBC Campsite Rentalat westfordrec.com.
Map of Camp Buildings
Support East Boston Camps
Are you interested in helping to preserve and maintain the East Boston Camps property? Consider joining the Westford Friends of East Boston Camps organization. The Friends are a group of interested and engaged supporters of the Camps, organized to coordinate volunteer and fund-raising efforts to support the Camps. Please visit the Westford Friends of EBC website to learn more about and/or join the Friends organization.
Camp Trails Marked
Thanks to the efforts of Eagle Scout Michael Johnson, the major walking trails through East Boston Camps have been marked with blazes.