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Camp Bonnie Brae

Camp Bonnie Brae WaterfrontNestled in the Berkshire Mountains, Camp Bonnie Brae allows girls and their families to experience the beauty of New England during all four seasons. Resident camp is held in the summer months and during the Fall, Winter and Spring, the facility is available for rental for both large and small group camping experiences. Canoes, rowboats and paddleboats are available for a leisurely cruise around Big Pond, as well as sports equipment and a sports field. And, don't forget the Challenge Course. Bonnie Brae also boosts winterized facilities available for rental to troops, families and other groups interested in experiencing the tranquil, winter beauty of the Berkshires. Cross-country skis and snow shoes are available for use during your stay. Camp Bonnie Brae operates as a GSCWM Overnight Camp during the summer months.

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Rental/Unit Information

Maximum Capacity: 160 people
Rates are for GSCWM troops/groups and service units. All other groups, please call for rates. Special weekend packages available to GSCWM service units. Restrictions may apply.

Winterized Buildings Capacity Fee/Night

Camp Bonnie Brae - Archery


Camp Bonnie Brae - Tanglewood


Camp Bonnie Brae - Ancorage
   Big House 30 $95
   Anne's Boathouse 20 $80
   Leadership Lodge

20 $160
Non-Winterized Buildings Capacity Fee/Night
   Jerry’s Cabin 4 $25
   Sue’s House 10 $35
   Dining Hall - Day Use 150 $120
     w/ Institutional Kitchen

$180
Cabin Units Capacity Fee/Night
   Anchorage (Yurts) 30 $45
   Sherwood
   (Small Cabins)
40 $50
   Tanglewood
   (Tree Houses)

32 $55
Tent Units Capacity Fee/Night
   Birnhamwood 28 $40
   Green Horizons 16 $20
   Tyro

24 $35
Primitave Unit Capacity Fee/Night
   Enchanted Forest

16 $10
Specialty Areas
Certifications Required
Fee
   Waterfront – Swimming No Charge
   Waterfront – Boating No Charge
   Archery Range   $30
   Group Challenge Course (Half Day) $10
   Group Challenge Course (Full Day)

$20
Exclusive Use of All Facilities             $600

Driving Directions to Camp Bonnie Brae
951 Algerie Rd, East Otis

From Springfield (I-91):

  • Take I-91 North to exit 9B (Route 20).
  • Follow Route 20 West into Westfield.
  • In the center of Westfield, Route 20 makes a right turn. Continue to follow Route 20. You will pass under I-90 and come to the top of a large hill.
  • At the flashing yellow light turn left onto Route 23 West (Blanford/Otis).
  • Continue on Route 23 for 11.3 miles to Algerie Rd and turn right (Algerie Rd is just after a sign for “The Clayground”). There will be a green and white Camp Bonnie Brae sign on your right. If you pass the "Entering East Otis" sign, you have missed the turn
  • Camp Bonnie Brae is a little less than two miles on your left.

Camp Bonnie Brae - Big HouseFrom I-90 (Mass Pike):

  • Take I-90 (Mass Pike) to Exit 2 (Lee) to Route 20 East (Jacobs Ladder Rd).
  • Continue on Route 20 East into West Becket. At the Jacobs Ladder(Route 20/8)/Otis Rd (Route 8) split in West Becket, follow Otis Rd (Route 8 South).
  • Continue to follow Route 8 South into the town of Otis.
  • Turn left on Route 23 East.
  • Continue on Route 23 to the Town of East Otis and continue approximately a half mile out of town.
  • Take a left onto Algerie Road.
  • Camp Bonnie Brae is a little less than two miles down on your left.

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