Sharing camp with family 

Fishing at Family Camp

Family Camp – Registration for fall 2021 family programs begins January 1, 2021

Every year we hear parents ask us when is it their turn to go to camp. The answer … this year! Come as a family to enjoy the camp experience. Stay in a camp cabin, enjoy the great food and spend quality time with the family. There’s plenty of free time and scheduled programs for every family member. Family camp includes all meals, a variety of programs, waterfront activities, campfires and more!

2021 Family Camp Dates 

  • Labor Day: September 3 to September 6

2021 Family Camp Fees 

$185 per adult

$95 per child ages 5 – 15

Children age 4 and under FREE

Maximum fee per family is $590

To sign up, please use our easy online registration. If you do not have an account with us, you will be prompted to set up an account before you can register.

Click here to sign up for Family Camp.

For more info, contact the camp office at (802) 652-8180.

 

Father/Son Weekend

Hammock time at Father Son Weekend

Come and spend a weekend at Camp with your son. This program allows for Dads (and/or Grandfathers) to see what camp is like and spend it with their sons (grandson). Enjoy popular camp activities, including archery, fishing, boating, and arts & crafts. Sleep in our comfortable cabins, enjoy home cooked meals, and spend time bonding with your son (grandson). Our staff provides a variety of programs and activities to fit everyone’s needs.

2021 Father Son Dates 

  • September 17 – 19

2021 Father Son Fees 

  • $125 per adult (age 16+)
  • $75 per child (ages 5-15)
  • Children age 4 and under are FREE
  • Maximum fee per family is $255

Click here to sign up for Father Son Weekend.

For more info, contact the camp office at (802) 652-8180.



GREATER BURLINGTON YMCA LOCATIONS

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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