Vermont Adventure Camps and Programs

If your child likes participating in a wide variety of activities that span from everyday sports to thrilling, action packed extreme sports, then a summer adventure camp may be just the thing for them. Adventure camps vary from camp to See More »

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Hosmer Point

Hosmer Point is a place campers call "home." With only 80 campers, and a camper/counselor ratio of 3:1, our small size and emphasis on community builds friendships and respect. Perfect for first-time campers! Children direct their own schedules, fostering self confidence as they choose from activities such as: sculling, sailing, farming, furniture building, and mountain biking. Other highlights are our delicious farm-to- table food, focus on environmental stewardship, and electronics-free campus. Tuition is on a sliding scale, with families paying $250 - $1300 per week.

Camp Farwell

"Some of the benefits of coming to Camp Farwell are getting experience in being away from home and being more independent. Ive met so many true friends and Ive learned so much about myself. I started as a 3 week camper and now I always come for 7 weeks." - Katy S., Camper

Killooleet Camp

Camp Killooleet is a summer camp for boys and girls ages 9 - 14, is nestled into a beautiful corner of the Green Mountain National Forest in Hancock, Vermont. For over 70 years it has been owned and run by educators who know and listen to children. We build a supportive community with a balance of sports and arts activities.

Killooleet is a 'traditional camp' (varied activities, full season, weekly hikes and two overnight trips) that goes its own way in a non-traditional manner. The directors state, 'We want every camper to find activities they particularly enjoy and specialize in them. A child works hardest in areas he/she delights in. Camp is geared so that the artist can still play on a softball team and the avid basketball player can still ride horses or have the lead in a dramatic production. Camp is non-competitive and highly individual. Strong cabin groups are built through working and playing together. Trust is extended and minimal defenses are needed. Vitality explodes. Almost all campers return until they're too old to return. This is their second family, where they find themselves.


Kroka Expeditions of Vermont

  • Putney, VT U.S.A.

New England Vacation Tours

  • West Dover, VT U.S.A.

NorthWoods Stewardship Center

  • East Charleston, VT U.S.A.

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