ROBO Camp 2024

Registration Now Open!

Your child will explore, learn, find their passion, make new friends, bond with our amazing instructors, and experience the magic of The Robo Hub! No experience required, with plenty of challenges for experienced campers. One week camps for grades K-8, grouped in age-appropriate programs. At least 1 hour of full-on athletic activities each day.

“The Robot Hub is filling a huge need in tech learning for kids in our community! Our son had a wonderful two days at the Robot Hub during February break and can’t wait for more. The teachers are wonderful, the space thoughtfully designed for kids, the equipment top notch (including a quiet space for parents to work). Most of all, as parents, we are excited for Robot Hub as a place to bring tech minded kids together for community and opportunities to design, build and grow together.”

– Caroline McCabe

“When I heard about a February vacation week camp at The Robo Hub through Boston Moms, we jumped at the chance to check it out! It’s brand-new, very cool, comfy space, and even has a coworking space for parents. Our boys LOVED it! 3D printing, lego robotics, scratch, and programming challenges – the kids are already begging to sign up for a week of STEAM summer camp! We just did one day since we have March break, but they’re itching for more.”

– Kristen Douthit

“My 8 year old girl LOVED her experience at The Robo Hub over winter break (and she has tried out many, many camps). The instructors were knowledgeable and FUN, the space was filled with dynamic, accessible technology (3D Printers, Robots, Virtual Reality, etc.), and the open floor plan and “maker space” environment invites children to innovate, explore, and see themselves as scientists/technologists.

One of my aims as a parent is to expose my daughter to all sorts avenues for future impact, and I am especially trying to keep her aperture open to the STEM fields, since so many girls still stray away too soon – and our country & world need all the scientists! The “challenges” offered made my daughter realize what she is able to accomplish and to feel the pride of working through problems. I believe The Robo Hub is a perfect partner to parents and schools in fostering curiosity and love of science!”

– Dena Patterson

“My 12 year old son had an amazing time at The Robo Hub. The team was extremely knowledgeable and were amazing with the kids. My son will definitely return soon.


Find the perfect camp based on rising grade level and interest!

Each day in our camps is packed with awesomeness for the kids AND parents!

A Camp that Fits Your Schedule

Camp runs 9am to 4pm, with a free option for early drop off and a light breakfast at 8:30. Parents are welcome to come early and chat with other parents and staff. Our action-packed extended day option runs until 5:30. You can review the options during checkout. 

Let Us Handle Lunch

We offer convenient, healthy, and delicious options to take care of campers’ lunch and snacks. Our fresh food is sourced from local establishments and is delivered to The Robo Hub each day. You can add this as an option during checkout.  

Get Involved

On the last day of camp, parents are invited to come in at 3pm for a showcase of all the cool camper creations and to chat with other parents and staff. 

For Beginners and Veterans

Our programs invite all learners to focus on the challenges that match their skill level. If you’re just exploring and are not sure what you enjoy most, we will help you figure things out and provide options to explore. If you’ve already found your favorite path, we will help you go deep and level up your skills. 

Camp Schedule


Our camp schedules are built to create a balance of learning, fun, physical activity, collaboration, and downtime.

Each day of camp includes:

  • At least 1 hour of vigorous physical activity outdoors, if weather permits, or inside our large 7,000 square-foot space, led by a full-time athletic coordinator experienced with a wide range of age groups. Campers play soccer, group games, and other fun activities 
  • Approximately 4 hours of project-based learning time. Learning time combines hands-on and screen-based activity, depending on the type of camp. Campers’ screen time is focused on creating rather than consuming and is capped at a maximum 3 hours per day. 
  • Project-based learning focusing on individual areas of interest for each camper. Our teachers have a variety of options up their sleeve that keep the kids engaged
  • Exploration of new areas, helping campers explore STEAM areas that spark their interest and may lead to deeper learning
  • Morning and afternoon snacks and a lunch 
  • Time playing social games and connecting with other kids in their group.

What to bring:

Please ensure your camper has sunscreen and a water bottle each day.

Meet Our Instructors

Our Summer Camp team includes experienced educators with degrees in Education, Engineering, Computer Science, and Developmental Psychology and years of teaching experience.  Meet the Team.

The Robo Hub seeks to make high-quality STEAM programs accessible to a wide range of families in the Greater Boston area. To do so, we offer financial assistance and scholarships to members of our community who have expressed a need for support. See our Financial Assistance Application for more information and to apply.

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This camp must comply with regulations of the Massachusetts Department of Public Health and be licensed by the local board of health.