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Re: “Northern Vermont Hoop Camp

For more information on June 2018 boys basketball day or overnight camp please see the link below.

Posted by NVU Johnson Basketball Camp/Clinic on 05/20/2018 at 10:52 PM

Re: “Northern Vermont Hoop Camp

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Posted by NVU Johnson Basketball Camp/Clinic on 05/20/2018 at 10:49 PM

Re: “Bristol Recreation Department

Bristol VT website and forums here, if you are interested :)

Posted by bristolvermont on 03/12/2016 at 2:11 AM

Re: “Green Mountain Training Center

I sent my 9 year son to their Ninja warrior/parkour camp. After the first day, he came home exhausted. The next morning he was unable to lift his arms, and couldn't even lift his backpack, which only had his lunch box and water bottle in it. He begged me not to send him that day. I did keep him home, and when I called to tell them he wasn't coming, I had to call 5 times before anyone finally answered after 9:30. I had left a message the first time, but kept calling since they hadn't called back. When I did talk to someone, I was informed that "You need to rip muscle to build muscle". He was very rude when I told him that that attitude was inappropriate for a growing child. My son did enjoy the activities, and went back for Wednesday and Thursday, but was too sore to attend the final day of camp. I would not send him back.

Posted by Patty Hart-Ahonen on 08/22/2015 at 6:56 PM

Re: “Hosmer Point

My son went to this camp last year for the first time. He had the time of his life and still talks about it today. He can't wait to go back this year. The Camp is very well organized and lots of fun activities. Water sports, biking, they made a pizza oven, gardening, and even feeding the animals.

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Posted by Routhier on 06/02/2012 at 7:49 PM

Re: “Enniskerry Farm

The camp is a good place for riders. My 11 year old grand daughter made some good friends and with the others had to wash, brush, muck stalls, and ride. Little competitions seemed to be enjoyed by all of the kids. Hoping she's choose to go back this summer

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Posted by AJ on 02/26/2012 at 7:32 PM

Re: “Triple Combination Farm

Horrible experience. Quit this stable a few years ago right before Christmas. My 10 year old daughter asked her instructor Mary what she hoped Santa was bringing her for Christmas. The instructor (30 year old woman mind you) saw fit to tell my child that she didn't believe in Santa because her parents told her that he didn't exist. When confronted by my husband later, she defended her actions saying that she didn't lie to children. Since we try to keep jerks away from our kids, we discontinued lessons. BTW, this woman was one of the owners and is still there. One of other partners was perpetually grumpy and miserable and truly seemed to dislike kids. Unless you're the Grinch, avoid!!

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Posted by FivekidsVT on 12/12/2011 at 7:34 PM

Re: “Sunrise Gymnastics

North Stars Gymnastics is out of business as of August 2010. From September 2010 is in the same location Sunrise Gymnastics Inc. which provides gymnastics classes for girls and boys beginners, intermediate and advanced, USA Gymnastics girl's competitive team, tumbling classes, in-ground trampoline, birthday partied, open gym and day-camps not only during summer, but also during winter and spring school break

Posted by Stano on 12/12/2011 at 3:47 PM

Re: “Dan Duquette Sports Academy

"Dan Duquette Sports Academy has great facilities, instructors, and staff. And it is a first-rate sports program. I highly recommend DDSA for any athlete who is looking for a fantastic summer experience!"

Seth Kaplan

Posted by Dan Duquette Sports Academy on 09/16/2011 at 4:32 PM
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New Village Farm Camps

New Village Farm Camps

Shelburne, VT

New Village Farm is a teaching farm that hosts Summer Camps, After School, and Homeschool Programs. We seek to reconnect children to nature, gardens, animals and the outdoors. Our programs combine structured activities with lots of discovery time to interface with chickens, goats, sheep, and cows. We’re raw, we’re unpolished,…(more)

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