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Camp Directory, Part 2 

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It's time to start planning for summer — school will be out before you know it, and your kids will be looking for something to do.

Luckily, the Green Mountain State and the surrounding region are home to numerous camps and programs offering experiences you just can't find in the classroom. At camp, kids can make new friends, learn new skills and test their independence by spending time away from home.

To help you understand all of your options, we've created an easy-to-navigate directory of area summer camps. We've noted the type of camp, the age of the campers, the location and the dates of the sessions. We've also included phone numbers and websites to help you find program details and costs.

In the February issue, we listed traditional day and sleepaway programs, as well as academic and adventure camps. You can find that list at This month, we're featuring camps that offer arts, sports and science instruction, as well as nature camps and specialty programs.

We hope this guide helps you fill those long summer days. Can't wait for them to get here already.

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