The Best Summer Camps in Vermont

The Best Summer Camps in Vermont
June 6, 2019

Summer camps offer children a fun and memorable experience. Find the best summer camps in Vermont!

Why choose a Summer Camp in Vermont?

As the leading producer of maple syrup in the United States, Vermont is also a good destination for outdoor recreation, with different mountains along with Lake Champlain that forms half of the state’s western border. Hikers can enjoy spots like Long Trail and Catamount Trail.
This State has unbeatable quality of life, pristine environment and caring neighbors: is so much more than pretty landscapes.
From top-rated schools to thriving small business economy and world-famous craft breweries, Vermont prides itself on its dynamic, progressive culture. It is also consistently ranked one of the safest places to live and one of the best states to raise a family.
Your children love the outdoors? Feel best when they’re out in nature? They’ll love living in Vermont. Many Vermonters live active lifestyles, whether because they choose to be active in their leisure time or because they work in the state’s agricultural sector. The state has plenty of outdoor places such as national and state forests, parks and campgrounds. Moving to Vermont is a great opportunity to explore the natural world.

Best Summer Camps in Vermont

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Located on beautiful Lake Dunmore in the heart of the Green Mountains in Vermont, Keewaydin Dunmore combines a rich in-camp activity program with the adventure of an extensive trip program to provide a summer camp experience unlike any other! Boys ages 8-16 return year after year for the magic of a Keewaydin summer. Camp truly…

  • 10 Keewaydin Rd, Salisbury, VT 05769, USA
  • Co-Education
  • Number of students:
Yearly Tuition FEE (MIN) : USD 4'400
Yearly Tuition FEE (MAX) : USD 9'250

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