4 Sessions: June 28- July 2, July 5- July 9, July 12- July 16, and August 2- August 6, 2021
Hiking, biking, rock climbing, creek cruising, nature exploration, cooking classes, golf, and more! With weekly adventure themes, your child is sure to experience and learn something new daily!
Pricing: $425 per child per week; $110 per child per day. Please call 802-583-6542 or email us for more info.
Prices include all daily activities, from lift rides, pool time, mountain activities, offsite trips, and more! Prices do not include lunch, bike and protective gear rental. Rental bikes, helmets, and pads are available at a discounted price through our Gear Shop.
SugarXpress cards are required for most camp activities. Campers will be provided with one complimentary card on their first day of camp. Replacement cards may be purchased for $5 each. Learn more about SugarXpress .
Important Summer Camp Details
Hello Sugarbush Adventure Campers and parents!
We are very excited for a great summer of Mountain Biking, Hiking, Creek Cruising, Rock Climbing, Farming, Swimming, and Disc Golfing, just to name a few of the fun things we will be doing this year.
Below are the necessary gear and clothing needed for camp. Please pack a lunch for your child as lunch will not be provided. We strongly encourage your child to bring healthy nut free snacks as well. The kids work hard and are often very hungry by the end of the day.
Every Tuesday, we will be offering a bike option along with our adventure camp activities. Campers are welcome to bring their own biking equipment, or they can rent from our gear shop.
On Fridays, weather permitting, campers will enjoy a cookout lunch at Allyn's Lodge up on the mountain, with food provided by Sugarbush.
Everybody should be prepared to spend a lot of time outdoors, rain or shine. Remember, smiles are highly encouraged, regardless of weather.
- Appropriate clothing for rain or shine outdoor time – rain coat/ windbreaker, shorts or pants, shirt, sweatshirt /fleece for cooler days (cotton is okay for dry days, tech materials are better regardless of the weather), change of clothing for rainy days
- Sturdy sneakers, bike shoes and/or hiking boots
- 2-3 masks
- Water proof Sandals/Water Shoes that can be worn in the river (no flip-flops)
- Swim suit
- Backpack (small daypack is okay)
- Water bottle or Camelbak type system for hydration (very important!)
- If you plan to bike, a properly sized and working bike with front and rear hand brakes (disc brakes highly recommended! – rentals available)
- Properly sized bike helmet (required at all times when biking – rentals available)
- Full-face bike helmet (required only for lift access biking – rentals available)
- Knee/shin & elbow/forearm pads (required for park riding and lift access biking – rentals available)
- Bike gloves (required for park riding and lift access biking – available to purchase)
- Eye protection – glasses or goggles (required at all times when biking)
*Bikes and Protective gear available to rent at the Adventure Gear Shop.
Additional Recommended Gear
- Bug repellent
- Sun block
- Hat with brim
- Extra pair of socks
- Extra snacks (no nuts please!)
The Adventure Gear Shop, located in The Farmhouse at Lincoln Peak also has a wide assortment of bike gear, clothing, backpacks, disc golf equipment, food and drinks and lots of other cool stuff for your mountain adventures.
If you have any questions or concerns, or if anyone has food or environmental allergies or special conditions, please let us know as soon as possible. For questions or to make a reservation please call 802-583-6542.
COVID Protocol: The safety of our campers and staff is our highest priority. Sugarbush Camps will be using/following all of Vermont’s COVID-19 guidelines in regards to schools and camps. We will continue to evaluate through the springtime and keep all registered camp families up to date with important information. At this time we do not have Vermont’s plan/ regulations for summer camps, but will adjust and plan as these regulations come in. We will be taking an abundance of caution to mitigate risk in regards to COVID-19.