Winter Day Camps are coming up!
Check out our Brochure & Application of scheduled 2015 summer camps at NorthWoods! We have day camps, expeditions, science and canoe camps for children ages, 6-14. To inquire about camps or scholarships, contact Maria by email or call 802-723-6551*115
Survival Camp: Advanced Edition, July 7 – 10
A twist on a summer favorite – we’ll set up a base camp on the first day, from here we will explore summer pastimes and primitive skills of shelter and fire-building, orienteering, archery and tracking.
Times: Tuesday – Friday, 9am – 4pm, Overnight Thursday – Pickup Friday 11am
Fee: $175, includes all meals
Survival Camp: Junior Edition, July 13-16
Outdoor skills, knowledge and opportunity is packaged for youngsters, in a shorter camp day, with challenges that are appropriate for this age group. The perfect way to introduce, but not overwhelm, your young camper with the outdoors.
Times: Monday – Thursday, 9am – 2pm, Overnight Thursday – Pickup Friday 11am
Fee: $125, includes homemade lunch
Nature Day Camp: July 20 – 24
By popular demand, it wouldn’t be summer if we didn’t devote a week to exploring nature up close, including canoe trips on the neighboring Clyde River, a hike up a local peak, investigations into pond life, games and outdoor challenges.
Times: Monday – Friday, 9am-4pm
Fee: $200, includes a homemade lunch
Wild Science Discovery Camp: July 27 – 31
Campers who are fascinated with nature and wildlife will gain valuable experience with the scientific method, sampling techniques, and knowledge of the wild flora and fauna of the northern forest ecosystem, exploring alongside scientists.
Times: Monday – Friday, 9am-4pm
Fee: $250, includes a homemade lunch
Earth Sisters Camp: August 3-6
Ages: 8 – 13
We are excited to offer this all-girls experience, celebrating our relationship to nature and to each other. Led by female instructors, this camp will emphasize primitive skills, arts and crafts, and nature exploration and interpretation.
Times: Monday – Thursday, 9am – 4pm, (Overnight Wednesday)
Fee: $200, includes homemade lunch
Mountain Bike Adventure Camp on Burke Mountain: Dates TBA
Young bikers will use a fleet of single and full suspension mountain bikes, gain cross-country and single- track riding skills from experienced instructors, and participate in tours in and around East Burke. While travel on two wheels will be the focus of camp, we’ll also make time for a hands-on introduction to trail building, environmental awareness, and summer outdoor favorites, like swimming, hiking, and climbing. Located on Burke Mountain.
The Northern Forest Canoe Trail is a 740-mile waterway traverse from the Adirondacks of New York to the Allagash of Maine. NorthWoods will team up again with the NFCT to lead these adventures in VT and NH.
The Journey: Explorers prepare for the journey at the NorthWoods campus, then head to the river. Here, explorers practice in-depth outdoor skills campcraft and wilderness ethics, and gain a new perspective on and appreciation for the natural beauty and cultural significance of these waterways.
June 29 – July 3: Northern Connecticut River Explorers
From the Class I rapids and quickwater of the northern reaches, to wide meandering stretches, this section of the CT river, from Colebrook to Guildhall teems with soaring birds of prey, expansive views and prime riverside camping.
July 13-17: Clyde River Explorers
From its headwaters in Island Pond to its terminus in Lake Memphremagog, the Clyde River is made up of distinctive wetlands, flat and quick waters, and a history of legendary salmon runs and Native trade routes. We’ll celebrate the 4th of July on the river!
Time: Drop off Monday 1pm – Pickup Friday 1pm
Fee: Sliding scale. Contact NFCT to apply.