Setting

Shire Village Camp is beautifully secluded in a magnificent setting of hills and woodland. Ninety-six acres in all, sixty of which are wooded.

As you enter on our private road, the first cluster of houses you see resembles a small village. It’s a semicircle of rustic stone buildings which accommodate bunks, a theater (with stage and dressing rooms), a recreation room and dining room (both with large fireplaces), kitchen, camp office, library, and an open shed play area.

In the immediate surrounding area are additional cabins and bunks for campers and staff, as well as a number of smaller structures for camper activity.

There are two riding rings, a tennis court, athletic fields, a filtered pool and a good-sized brook, which flows into a private pond and then continues into our own section of the Westfield River.

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