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Grafton Vermont Summer Day Camps for Kids

Grafton Trails & Outdoor Center summer camps are back! After a school year full of screens, our Vermont day camps for kids will provide essential hands-on outdoor learning in a fun and safe environment. Come play outside, go on hikes, make new friends, and connect with nature at one of our week-long summer day camps! 

Our environmental camps promote physical fitness, personal responsibility, and teamwork, with an emphasis on care for the equipment we use and the land on which we live. Activities and skills will be tailored for the specific ages of each camp session. Some activities may include hiking, disk golf, team building and problem-solving games, paddling, shelter and fire building, tennis, swimming, or arts and crafts. Older groups (11-14 years old) can expect longer distance hikes.

All of our camp sessions will be following the guidelines outlined by the state.

Camp Prices:
Early Registration (Before June 1): $300 per child
Registration Afer June 1: $325 per child

Refund Policy: If you must cancel your participation for our summer camp program, please contact us as soon as possible. Cancellations made up to 3 weeks prior to the date of the event will receive a full refund less a $5 processing fee. For cancellations less than 3 weeks prior to the date, refunds will be made only if we are able to fill the space from a waiting list.

Grafton Trails & Outdoor Center Camps

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“Over the River and Through the Woods”
Collaboration Camps with The Nature Museum

This summer we’re excited to offer a day camp experience in collaboration with The Nature Museum
Over the River and Through the Woods
, where campers will explore and learn about the natural world local to Grafton. A hands-on mix of outdoor recreation, natural science learning, and survival activities will be the focus of the week for each camp group, including group-building exercises and games to promote community.

Topics include: Survival Skills, Plant & Tree Identification, Group Building, Observation and Exploration, Outdoor Recreation, and Experimentation. 

Sign Up for a Collaborative Camp

Register with the Nature Museum