Mini Campers

8 Weeks, Monday- Friday, from June 28, 2021 to August 20, 2021

Ages: 4 - 6
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM, Monday through Friday. Drop off between 8:45- 9 AM and pick up between 3:45- 4 PM, at the lower side entrance of the Schoolhouse Building.
Reservations & More Info
Call 802-583-6542

Experience a Vermont summer! Activities include hiking, biking, lift rides, swimming, rock climbing, creek/water exploration, art, nature crafts, field games, and more!

Pricing: $425 per child per week; $110 per child per day.  Please call 802-583-6542 or email us for more info.

Prices includes all of our activities for the day, from lift rides, disc golf, arts and crafts, pool time, and more! Prices do not include lunch and snacks, or bike and protective gear rentals. 

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 .

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Daily Schedule:

  • Drop off (morning activities, free play stations set up)
  • Morning Meet
  • Activities Block (Scheduled activity all group participation)
  • Adventure
  • Lunch
  • Activities Block (Scheduled activity all group participation)
  • Adventure
  • Afternoon regroup/ Home

Adventure time will include activities like hiking, biking, dance, kickball, berry collecting, drawing and painting, storytelling, lift rides, swimming, bug catching, fiber arts, handicrafts, group games, archery, river exploration, and much more! On Thursdays, we will be having Campfire Lunches- campers are encouraged to bring something for lunch that they can use a campfire to cook.  Campers will work together at lunch time to building a small cooking fire or use a grill to prepare their food.  

Important Mini Camper Information

Welcome Mini Campers and parents!

We are very excited for a great summer of hiking, biking, swimming, creek cruising, disc golfing, strawberry picking, nature exploration, and much more!

Sugarbush Mini Camp is now run of the Micro Bear room in The Schoolhouse at Lincoln Peak. We ask that you bring a packed nut free lunch and 2 snacks with your child with an ice pack to keep it cold if needed.  Ready to go lunches that do not require reheating of food are appreciated.  Please pack plenty of food.  With as much activity as the kids are doing, they usually work up a big appetite throughout the day.   

Everybody should be prepared to spend a lot of time outdoors, rain or shine. We will be spending the majority of the day outside exploring this amazing mountain and all it has to offer. 

Required Gear

  • 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 for campers to wear and switch out when needed
  • Waterproof sandals/water shoes that can be worn in the river (no flip-flops)
  • Swim suit
  • Backpack (small daypack is okay)
  • Life Jacket- all campers need to pass a swim test with our camp counselors and lifeguard present to swim without a life jacket or floatation device. 
  • Water bottle or Camelbak type system for hydration (very important!). Please do not pack your child any soda of any kind. 
  • Campfire Lunch Thursdays: If your child is attending camp on Thursdays, we encourage them to bring something for lunch that can be heated over the campfire. Food ideas include things like hot dogs, grilled cheese, pre-cooked chicken skewers, or baked potatoes.

Additional Optional Gear

  • Insect Repellent
  • Sun block
  • Hat with brim
  • Extra pair of socks
  • Bike and Helmet for biking days
  • Extra snacks (no nuts please!)

Please label everything.  Your child will have a cubbie to keep all their belongings together as well.

COVID Protocol: The safety of our campers and staff is our highest priority.  Sugarbush Mini Camp 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. 

All Mini Campers also need a registration form on file every summer. Click here to download the form and either email, mail or bring with you to camp. Forms can be emailed to  If we are unable to locate your form online at time of check in, you will be asked to fill out another form.

* All Mini campers must be potty trained and non-napping to attend camp.  If your child is not potty trained, or unable to work through the day without a midafternoon nap, they are welcome to participate in our Day School programs if space allows. Please call the Sugarbush Day School at 802-583-6717 to make these arrangements.*