Staying Connected – Update Your Contact Info

Reach Out and Say Hi. Staying connected with your camp friends is easy. We all cherish the meaningful the friendships that we made. Your camp memories are only a click away. Stay in touch with your camp friends or reconnect with friends you haven’t seen in a while than through the Camp Abnaki Alumni Association.

Click here for a link to our Alumni Association Facebook page. Post pictures and share stories. The site can be an easy connection to the best times of your life.

Send your son or relatives to camp. There’s nothing more rewarding that having your family experience camp for the first time. Multi generational campers help to keep our camp traditions alive. Click here for more info about day or overnight camp.

Volunteer. Do you ever wonder how Bill, our Property Manager gets camp ready for the spring or close camp down for the winter? Come help out at our volunteer work days or come volunteer at camp. Twice a year we have volunteer work weekends to help open up and close down camp. Visit with old friends, make new friends and help out with camp spring/fall projects.

2022 Work Weekend days are Saturday May 14, and Saturday, October 15.

Update your contact info. Do we have your up to date contact info? Help us grow the Abnaki Alumni database. Click here to update your contact info. This link also allows you tell tell us about your camp experience. If you choose not to give us your contact info, please consider sharing your camp story. Your camp story is part of a rich heritage of camp memories and helps us to continue with the great work we do.

Visit camp! If you are ever in the area stop by and say hi. If you can, call us at 802-652-8180 to arrange a time for a tour. When you arrive at camp, please check in at the Admin Building. Click here for directions.


Pomerleau Family Y
298 College Street
Burlington, VT 05401
802 862 9622 (YMCA)

Camp Abnaki
1252 Abnaki Road
North Hero, VT 05474
802 372 9622 (YMCA)

Additional Program Sites
in Vermont

Addison, Franklin, Grand Isle, Washington and Chittenden Counties


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