The Camp Fuller Archive Project is a living history of YMCA Camp Fuller. We have created a repository for historic photos, documents, stories, memories, songs and music as well as a collection of events that make up the fabric of Fuller. This website is a shared collection of the summers we spent in a tent, on the water, in the water and what we hold as memories of times past. Through photos, letters and shared times at camp, we want to tell a rich story that started over 130 years ago and has no end. No matter when you were at Camp Fuller, whether it was for a week or several years, we want to hear your story. We will add it to the collection so others can hear about it as well.
“Preserving the past for future generations”. Our mission is to collect, preserve and share the rich history of Camp Fuller and create a sharing community that anyone can contribute to. We want to hear from you.
This website has been a collaborative effort of a small group of volunteers, the administration from Camp Fuller and the Greater Providence YMCA. Read more about how this all started.
We have also received support and assistance from several alumni who have contributed their writings, photos, ideas and stories to make this project come to life. Our heartfelt thanks for all we have received. We continue to welcome input from all.
Drop us a line with a question or share your best, worst, or plain craziest Fuller memory. If you have photos to share, let us know. We will respond with a link to where you can send us your stuff.
Do you remember the Camp Fuller address by heart? In case your memory is fuzzy, here is the best way to contact camp:
619 Camp Fuller Rd.
Wakefield, RI 02879