St. Albans Area Summer Camp Information for 2019

We are pleased to be able to share a variety of information about local summer camp and scholarship opportunities.

Below are helpful links to programs and documentation.

Day camp is designed with fun in mind! Campers will enjoy lots of outdoor play, arts and crafts, learn about wellness, field trips, enjoy special guests and entertainment, participate in special theme days and spend each afternoon splashing away at the St. Albans City Pool!
Great Registration Options! Pick whatever days’ work for your family with a minimum of 2 days per week-
No need to pack lunches! St. Albans Recreation Department participates in the Free Summer Lunch Program. Kid friendly lunches are prepared daily by the Abbey Group. If a camper prefers to pack lunch, that's fine, but lunch is provided. Campers still need to pack water/beverages and snacks.

When kids participate in a Greater Burlington Y Camp, they have the opportunity to explore nature, find new talents, try new activities, gain independence, and make lasting friendships and memories. And—what else?—have fun!

If you are 12 to 14 years old and want to learn about Vermont's wildlife and gain outdoor skills, consider attending one of the Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department's Green Mountain Conservation Camps this summer. 

The Vermont Humanities Council sponsors Humanities Camps — intensive, week-long, summer day camp programs for at-risk middle school/junior high students — to engage young people with reading and the humanities. Youth are hungry for the opportunity to learn and discuss, and the camps introduce them to the world of literature and ideas, fostering self-expression in a safe, nurturing environment.

CAMP! provides traditional residential camp programming with a broad range of activities to meet a variety of camper interests and skills. Our program empowers campers to make choices that directly affect their experience. By expanding campers understanding of the impact of their choices, we hope they will be better able to make good choices in their own lives outside of camp to have a positive impact for themselves and communities around them.

Camp Daybreak’s mission to support young Vermonters in developing lasting relationships and improve self-concept remains a priority.

Our guiding principle is to enable the children to experience agape, a Greek word which is the kind of love God has for us. Agape is love given freely, generously, and unconditionally. It is love with no strings attached.

Capture the flag in the moonlight, cranking homemade ice cream, singing by the campfire and eating s'mores, making new friends, cultivating new skills... Green Mountain Camp for Girls is caught in time -- it’s the way camp should be!