Week Two Activity Offerings

Each week of family camp this summer is jam-packed with opportunities to try new things, allowing each member of your family to customize their own vacation experience!

July 29-August 4

All Ages Activities (unless otherwise noted)

• Tennis
• Swimming
• Morning Yoga with Morgan
• Guided hikes
• Archery
• Soccer
• Softball
• Giant Bubbles
• Educational tours of neighboring Footprint Farm
• Board games
• Afternoon and evening family activities
• Camper Samplers: Share your own talents during an hour block in the afternoon!
• Campfire
• Big Show (end of week talent show)
• Quidditch
• Brick Oven Pizza Night
• Rollicking evening activities for all ages (look for clues throughout the week...curious characters have been known to appear)
• Men’s Group (adults only)
• Women’s Group (adults only)
• Tennis lessons      
• Golf outing with Jim Mendell
• Hiking & nature exploration with Kim Dunkley

Morning Kidville Activities

• Arts & crafts projects
• Recycled Boat Building
• Blueberry picking & Fun in the garden
• Slip-n-Slide
• SPUD, Capture the Flag, Gaga Ball, Watchtower, and other summer camp games
• Ultimate Frisbee, Soccer, Kickball, and other sports
• Science Experiments
• Nature exploration; Plant and Creature Identification
• Fairy House Building
• Dress-up
• Sandbox & Playground
• Board & card games
• Tumbling/Gymnastics
• Storytime and Sing-along
• Outdoor games in the woods

Morning Adult & Teen Activities

• Yoga Lab/Listening Lab discussion group with Morgan Andrews 
• Woodcarving with Tim Gillespie
• Samba with Alyx Lyons
• Jell-O and block printing with Lyna Lou Nordstrom
• Improv theatre with Liz Ritter

Teen Activities

Teens generally meet at the beginning of each week to select activities that interest them. Past activities have included:
• Making a short film
• Outing to visit a local swimming hole, paddleboard on Lake Champlain, go Ziplining, or eat ice cream
• Archery
• Nature hike
• “Spa” day (homemade facials, etc)
• Baking
• Woodburning signs
• Self Defense
• Jewelry Making

 *Please note that activities are tentative, and additional activities will be added periodically.

Additional Information

All of our meals are homemade, local, and organic where possible--we are lucky to live in a rural area surrounded by farms nearby where we get eggs and produce. We do our best to accommodate special needs and welcome you to satisfy some of your own if you'd like by storing food in the community kitchen in the farmhouse.

Our wellness coordinator this week is Amy Coe. Amy is a certified Adult and Women's Health Nurse Practitioner practicing in Boston, MA. She'll be at camp for her third year with her family, and looks forward to meeting you!