Photos of tree, campfire, sculling and gardening
Building Confidence, Building Community

Summer Camp: Hosmer Point is best known as a non-profit camp on Great Hosmer Pond in the mountains of Vermont's Northeast Kingdom. We offer co-ed residential camps for ages 9-15, day camps for ages 5 - 8, and CIT leadership training for ages 17-18, June - August.

Group Programming: We work with all sizes and types of groups, offering hands-on, interactive programs to promote active lifestyles and teach sustainable practices and the importance of environmental protection. Your group can join us for a few hours, a whole day, or even overnight.

Events and Retreats: We have everything you need for productive and enjoyable events and retreats. Our campus includes meeting, dining, learning, and lodging areas for parties of a dozen to 150 people.

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Camp Activities



Take our location on the shores of Great Hosmer Pond, combine it with experienced instructors and quality equipment, and you’ve got world-class sculling opportunities. For maximum water time, check out our Sculling Camps.

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Farm and Build

Get dirty at the farm and garden! Care for the camp’s pigs, chickens, and goats. Dig some fresh carrots. Pick blueberries and bake a pie. Or grab some tools and help construct new buildings for the camp!

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Mountain Biking

Get ready for high-speed adventure! Mountain Bikers will experience a variety of exciting terrain and trails while learning new riding and bike maintenance skills.

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Sailing, Canoeing, and Watersports

Explore by canoe, paddleboard, or sailboat! Jump in the water on hot Summer days, or try the waterslide, aqua jump, or aqua skipper.

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In Wilderness, campers explore the outdoors and push their boundaries. Whether climbing a mountain or learning wilderness survival skills, they’re sure to be challenged – and have fun.

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Build skills, stamina, and have fun! These focus areas may combine one or more games, including soccer, basketball, golf, tennis, and archery.

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Creative Arts

In this focus area, campers express themselves in a wide variety of art forms such as drama and improv, dancing, knitting, drawing, and crafting.

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During Elective periods, campers choose from a wide variety of options. They may be skill-building activities (like archery, cooking, or soccer) or a silly ones (like cloud watching or Sasquatch hunting).

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My daughter really enjoys attending Hosmer Point Camp.mShe feels a strong connection to the land like Hosmer Point is her second home. I really appreciate the life skills she is learning while having so much fun.
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