In 1974, Windridge purchased the facility and operated a boys and girls tennis specialty camp until 2010. When Dick Dreissigacker and Judy Geer purchased the facility in 2011, their goals were to preserve the beauty of the facility and grounds and to continue to operate a wonderful summer camp for kids. They re-organized the camp into a non-profit organization and incorporated their mission from the Craftsbury Outdoor Center. The spirit of this mission is woven into the programming of Hosmer Point. Campers have plenty of opportunity to develop a love for lifelong sports, while also developing knowledge and respect for the environment.
The facility includes an archery field, soccer pitch, camper designed and built field golf course, 4 red clay tennis courts and 2 hard tennis courts, an indoor theatre building with stage, an indoor barn for rainy day activities, dining facility, game room with fireplace, arts and crafts building, health center and office. There are 18 assorted sleeping cabins with screens, doors and electricity along with a central bathhouse. In addition, there are vegetable gardens, a small animal farm, an expanded mountain bike shed and miles of running and mountain bike trails.
The camp features 3000 ft of waterfront on Great Hosmer Pond, a lovely protected 2 mile long lake. The camp's boathouse, sculling docks and swim area are located in a secluded bay off the main lake. Waterfront equipment includes: sailboats, sculling boats, funyaks, canoes, kayaks, rowboats, aquaskippers, a water trampoline and a water slide.