The Adventure Begins Here

Woven into the rich and long history of Springfield College is the East Campus Outdoor Learning Center experience. The Pueblo of the Seven Fires facility serves as the hub for the College’s full complement of adventure-based programming and curriculum.

On this rustic landscape, thousands of students and community members alike have been changed from within. They’ve discovered what it means to lead, to grow in service, to feel whole.

We invite you to experience the transformation.

Students in canoe

The Perfect Backdrop

East Campus is set on 57 acres of forestland and is bordered by a mile of shorefront on Lake Massasoit. It’s the perfect location for a restful retreat or the scene of a challenge—or some combination of the two.

Our diverse standard and custom adventure programs are known as the most valuable resource for team-building, managerial training, and goal-oriented growth. Groups of all kinds can relax, bond, and build team morale and spirit here.

Junior high, high school, and college students from across the Northeast take advantage of our highly regarded programs.

We welcome small to large organizations, social service agencies, church groups, and other community groups. 

Let us help you build a team or create a memory.

57 acres
of forest ecosystem
Spring Explorers on the ropes course
30
high and low elements on our challenge course
East Campus ropes course
Pre-camp at East Campus
1 mile
of shoreline
Pueblo
4,440
Square-foot authentic southwestern Pueblo

The gift that keeps giving.

The mission of East Campus Outdoor Learning Center is to support the programs of Springfield College through purposefully designed experiential learning opportunities in an out-of-doors setting with educational, recreation, business, and therapeutic groups.

Make your gift.

Camp Massasoit

Looking for the perfect place for your children to spend their summers? Check out Camp Massasoit, which provides campers ages 5 to 16 with a variety of programs to keep their summers fun and exciting.

Campers doing daytime activities