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Building Confidence, Building Community

 

 

Summer Camp: Hosmer Point is best known as a non-profit summer camp on Hosmer Pond in the mountains of Vermont's Northeast Kingdom. We offer co-ed residential camps for ages 9-15 and day camps for ages 5 - 15 throughout the summer.

 

Group Programming: We work with all sizes and types of groups, offering hands-on, interactive programs to promote participation in life-long sports, teach sustainable practices, and develop an understanding of the importance of environmental protection. Your group can join us for a few hours, a whole day, or even overnight.

 

Events and Retreats: We have everything you need for productive and enjoyable events and retreats. Our campus includes meeting, dining, learning, and lodging areas to meet the needs of any group from parties of a dozen up to 150 people.

 

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Camp Activities

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Sculling

Take our location on the shores of Great Hosmer Pond, combine it with experienced instructors and great equipment, and you’ve got world-class sculling opportunities. For maximum water time, check out our Sculling Camp.

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Farm and Build

Get dirty at the farm and garden! Care for the camp’s pigs, chickens, and goats. Dig some fresh carrots. Pick blueberries and bake a pie. Or grab some tools and help construct new buildings for the camp!

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Mountain Biking

Get ready for high-speed adventure! Mountain Bikers will experience a variety of exciting terrain and trails while learning new riding and bike maintenance skills. New: Mountain Biking Camp!

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Sailing, Canoeing, and Watersports

Explore by canoe, paddleboard, or sailboat! Jump in the water on hot Summer days, or try the waterslide, aqua jump, or aqua skipper.

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A.C.E. Adventure

Adventure, Challenge, Excellence - in A.C.E., campers explore the outdoors and push their boundaries. Whether climbing a mountain or learning wilderness survival skills, they’re sure to be challenged – and have fun.

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C.O.R.E. Sports

C.O.R.E. stands for Conditioning Ourselves for Regular Exercise. These focus areas let campers be physically active and learn about fitness. Focus areas may include team sports, tennis, archery, running, and fitness training.

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Creative Arts

In this focus area, campers express themselves in a wide variety of art forms such as drama and improv, dancing, knitting, drawing, and crafting.

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Electives

During Elective periods, campers choose from a wide variety of options. They may be skill-building activities (like archery, cooking, or soccer) or a silly activities (like cloud watching or Sasquatch hunting).

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"My daughter really enjoys attending Hosmer Point Camp. She feels a strong connection to the land like Hosmer Point is her second home. I really appreciate the life skills she is learning while having so much fun."
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