YMCA Camp Abnaki is accredited by this respected organization. ACA’s website includes general information for parents and professional resources for counselors, volunteers, staff and board of directors.
Co-ed summer day camp for kids who have completed kindergarten through age 12 operated by the Greater Burlington YMCA. Camp Koda has six convenient locations across Chittenden, Franklin & Washington County.
More than 2,500 YMCAs are around the country, making it the largest not-for-profit community service organization in America. Learn more about how the YMCAs are striving to to make communities better. The Y: we’re for youth development, healthy living, and social responsibility.
The Greater Burlington YMCA, located at 266 College Street, in Burlington, VT, features an accredited childcare program, two indoor pools, nautilus and cardiovascular center, programs for people of all ages and fitness abilities and more. To learn more about our Y, check out the website.
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The Vermont Camp Association has listings for camps throughout Vermont. This is a useful resource for parents or families looking for a girls or co-ed camp experience.
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Our “informal” sister camp. YWCA Camp Hochelaga is located 20 minutes south of Camp Abnaki in South Hero. They offer day and overnight programs for girls. The YWCA is dedicated to eliminating racism, empowering women and promoting peace, justice, freedom, and dignity for all.
Planning to stay in the Burlington area? Check out this site for things to do around Burlington, Lake Champlain and the Champlain Valley.
Driving up to camp from New York? The ferry is a great way to see the lake. Check out their site for schedules and fees.