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Farm and Wilderness Summer Camps

Farm and Wilderness Summer Camps

401 Farm & Wilderness Road
Plymouth, VT 05056
802-422-3761

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 electricity or running water in the cabins; there are no movies, televisions, computers, or recorded music. Instead, we create our own entertainment, grow some of our own food, and build our cabins. In choosing to live simply, we build a participatory community that works, plays and sings together.

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Farm / Animals; General Interest; Adventure; Religious

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Vermont Chess Camp of Champions

Vermont Chess Camp of Champions

Shelburne, VT

One week only! On July 27-31, 2020, learn chess from a former national high school and collegiate chess champion! Whenever William Aramil, a US Chess Federation National Master, is in Vermont, he is one of the highest-rated chess players in the state. Join Will and some of Vermont’s top scholastic…(more)

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Camp Farwell

Camp Farwell

Newbury, VT

Founded as the first girls camp in the US, we are a family run business providing a completely elective activity program, which allows campers to choose only the activities meaningful to them. Girls build skill and confidence in their favorite activities and build self-esteem, self-concept, and leadership skills. Campers are…(more)

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