We had a registration opening like none we have ever had before and at this time, all of our camps are full with waitlists. We understand the disappointment of not being able to get your child into camp and we are working on changes and new protocols for future registrations, as our state grapples with high childcare needs. In the meantime, you are welcome to add your campers to any of our waitlists through our camp registration provider CampDoc. If you are in need of scholarship funding, please apply as soon as you are able.
Please know that we are still working through the many emails and change requests and appreciate your patience.
Our day camps invite children to explore the world around them, get in touch with all of their senses, and connect to the plants and animals that call the Green Mountains home. There are moments of magic every day at camp, whether around the bonfire, on a hike to Lookout Rock, or scooping for critters at the pond.
Audubon's staff of experienced naturalists and educators is dedicated to providing a fun and educational experience for all campers. We want to inspire your child to connect more deeply with the natural world, build on their talents, and expand their ecological knowledge. While attending our day camps in Huntington, Vermont, they are bound to experience the thrill of hands-on exploration while enjoying the beautiful scenery that only the Green Mountains can offer!
Governor Scott has declared that Summer Matters and we could not agree more! You might have found our program through the state's Summer Matters Program Map. If you are interested in attending our programs but are facing a financial hardship, please fill out a scholarship application and return to Debbie Archer. We welcome scholarship requests in any amount that will help make camp more affordable for you.