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The Willowell Foundation Camps

The Willowell Foundation Camps

Stoney Meadow Lane
Monkton, VT 05469
802-453-6195

The Willowell Foundation hosts week-long day camps for children ages 4-12 at our property in Monkton, Vermont. Spanning 230 acres and seven distinct ecosystems, the Willowell land offers diverse exploration in an environment filled with natural wonder. Skilled and caring camp leaders bring children of all ages together by combining adventure, games, nature studies, the arts, and agriculture. Check out camps such as Girls Plant Magic, Jedi Training, Mythology Quest, Chipmunk/Coyote Clan, or Art Pageantry and Play! Each camp brings new adventures and a chance to meet friends, build fires, make art, or dress as your favorite character.

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iD Tech

iD Tech

Burlington, VT

iD Tech is the world leader in STEM education, with 450,000 alumni and over 20 years of experience. Summer programs for ages 7-19 are held at 150 prestigious campuses including NYU, Caltech, and Imperial College London. Students build in-demand skills for futures in coding, game development, robotics, and creative arts.…(more)

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Farm and Wilderness Summer Camps

Farm and Wilderness Summer Camps

Plymouth, VT

At Farm & Wilderness, campers have the woods, lakes, and fields of central Vermont as their playground, classroom, and home. Our camps use more than 4,800 secluded acres where we live together in simple, wooden cabins and canvas structures tucked in the woods or along the lakes. There is no…(more)

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