Wallingford, CT Summer Camps

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Camp Ulbrich
Wallingford, CT 06492  

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Gender:
Coed
Camp Type:
Day Camp
Activities:
Arts and Crafts, Baseball/Softball, Basketball, Counselor Training (CIT), Field Trips, Music, Soccer, Instructional Swimming, Recreational Swimming, Aquatic Activities, Camping Skills/Outdoor Living, Climbing/Rappelling, Football, Team Building, Tennis
 
 
Choate Rosemary Hall English Language Literature
Wallingford, CT  
Camp Type:
Day Camp
Activities:
Academic and Pre-College Camps: Languages
Gender:
Coed
 

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About Wallingford, CT

Wallingford is a town in New Haven County, Connecticut, United States. The population was 43,026 at the 2000 census. Wallingford was established on October 10, 1667, when the Connecticut General Assembly authorized the "making of a village on the east river" to 38 planters and freemen. The “long highway” located on the ridge of the hill above the sandy plain along the Quinnipiac River is the present Main Street in Wallingford. On May 12, 1670, Wallingford was incorporated and about 126 people settled in the town. Six acre lots were set out and by the year 1675, 40 houses stretched along today's Main Street. In 1775 and again in 1789, George Washington passed through Wallingford. During the 19th century, Wallingford industry expanded with a considerable concentration of small pewter and Britannia ware manufacturers. By mid-century, Robert Wallace acquired the formula for nickel silver and established with Samuel Simpson, R. Wallace & Company the forerunner of Wallace Silversmiths. It was also during this period that many of the small silver and Britannia plants were combined to form the International Silver Company with its headquarters in Meriden, Connecticut and several plants in Wallingford. In October, 1871, Wallingford's train station was completed for the New York, New Haven and Hartford Railroad. Noted for its mansard roof, ornamental brackets and stone quoins — the interlocking exterior corners — the station is among the few...