Admission to Vermont's state parks and historic sites isn't exorbitantly expensive, but if you're paying for a carfull of kids, it adds up — unless you're visiting during Vermont Days. The state doesn't charge visitors during one weekend each June; that Saturday, it's also free to fish without a license. The freebie is a welcome gift to penny-pinching parents. Two more: the Venture Vermont Outdoor Challenge and the Vermont History Trek. Complete these fun, self-guided scavenger hunts, and you and your family can earn free admission year-round. Download the entry forms at vtstateparks.com or vermontvacation.com. And read about our Venture Vermont and Vermont History Trek adventures this summer at kidsvt.com.
Rock Point Summer Camp - Caring for Creation, Caring for Neighbor, Caring for Self & Having FUN! Ideally located on Burlington's waterfront, one week sessions are arranged by age group and include both day camp and sleep away opportunities. At Rock Point Camp you can: Belong to a caring, cooperative…(more)