Youth who attend Hosmer Point choose focus areas, participate in fun electives, all while building new skills and friendships.
Craftsbury’s famous Sculling Camps offer rowers of all abilities top coaching, rigorous workouts and world class water.
The Center provides young Nordic athletes the opportunity to improve their fitness technique and training understanding through camps and programs throughout the summer months lead by experienced and knowledgeable coaches.
Runners of all abilities grown and enjoy at our summer running camps. Top coaches and ideal running terrain combine with the Center’s unmatched dining for a summer run-cation to remember.
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Nothing says summer quite like a sleepaway camp. New at Killington, we are offering day and overnight downhill mountain bike camps especially for kids and adults that will progress mountain bike skill development while giving them a summer experience they won’t soon forget. Campers will make lasting connections with other mountain bike lovers all while enjoying all the Green Mountains have to offer. Both our youth and adult camps are co-ed, but we also have a ladies-only camp lead by Amy Alton – professional mountain biker who also runs the Divas of Dirt program established at Killington in 2016. Visit Killington.com for all mountain bike camps.
Mount Snow Outdoor Exploration Camp (OEC) is a high-energy summer camp located in Vermont’s Green Mountain National Forest. Their camp provides kids with the opportunity to adventure and explore the great outdoors with an experienced team of counselors. Your child will be excited to participate in activities including but not limited to hiking, biking, swimming, golfing, chairlift rides, arts and crafts, and exploring the local areas and attractions. Visit MountSnow.com for details.
Children who have taken part in Smugglers’ Notch Resort’s award-winning vacation programs for ages 3-17 have enjoyed Vermont’s Green Mountains as their playground since the Resort first developed these programs more than forty years ago. Traditional activities are still favorites: pool and waterpark visits, nature discovery, arts and crafts, outdoor games, and more. The resort’s specialty camps offer immersion for kids interested in Outdoor Survival, Tennis, Mountain Biking, and High Adventure, which includes aerial trekking, kayaking, rock climbing, and a Tyrolean Traverse ropes course/river gorge experience. New this summer, STEAM camps offer kids fun, hands-on learning experiences focused around science, technology, engineering, arts, and math. Facilitated by counselors trained to support team building and activity skills, the camp day at Smugglers’ is all about having fun and building memories together in a social environment that leaves campers wanting more! www.smuggs.com; 855-581-5906.
Stowe Summer Adventure Camp Runs June 17 through August 20. Stowe Mountain Resort offers a fun and active camp for children ages 3-12. Based out of a new Adventure Center, kids learn climbing, golf, tennis, mountaineering and more. Other activities include tie-dye, arts & crafts, exploring streams & rivers, hiking, swimming, ropes courses, disc golf, back country Scavenger Challenges, Field Games and more. Camp is offered everyday rain or shine; with daily rates, 5-day and season passes. Check out the Camp in Action at Stowe.com.
Summer camp at Stratton means adventure, learning, fresh air and most of all, fun. Full-day programs for ages 4 and older offer activities and themes that take advantage of everything the mountain has to offer. Stratton Adventure Camp promotes fitness, recreational skills and environmental awareness. Campers may also choose to add golf or tennis to their experience. Stratton golf professionals create an engaging and encouraging atmosphere for the junior player whether it is a first introduction or focus on skill progression. If tennis is the game, Cliff Drysdale Tennis School offers junior camps, from single day to all summer long. Visit Stratton.com for details.
Sugarbush offers summer camps for ages 3-18 from late-June to mid-August. Offerings include Adventure Camp for ages 7-12 with activities like mountain biking, hiking, creek cruising, swimming, strawberry picking, ziplining, and disc golfing. Field trips are scheduled weekly and include things like farm visits, rock climbing, nearby hiking and swimming spots, and a cooking class. Additionally, golf, tennis and mountain bike camps are available, along with lodging packages. Visit Sugarbush.com for details.
The Woodstock Athletic Club Kid's Camp has expanded its schedule to provide even more summertime fun! We welcome participants ages 5 - 12 to join us for fun-filled, full and half-day camps during June, July and August. Into tennis? Join our Tennis Academy fun for the whole family and individuals while honing skills and learning new strategies from our pros. The program allows for exciting, yet relaxed competitive action with some doubles matches. We also are offering Gravity Camp specifically designed for Junior Mountain Bikers with certified coaches to help participants develop braking, cornering, balancing, descending and lifting techniques. Visit WoodstockInn.com for details.
Entice your child’s sense of adventure this year, no matter the age! Camp facilities off of Quechee’s Lake Pinneo is the perfect spot for children to spend their summer and features programming for those as young as three years old. Teens can participate in thrilling off-site trips include the rock gym, local hikes, indoor skydiving and much more! The Quechee Club recreation camps are available Monday through Friday and select weekend days from late June to mid-August, with discounts available for multi-day packages. Registration is open to Members and to the public. Learn more at QuecheeClub.com.