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2016 Raised Jay Day Camps
For kids, a summer week can last so much longer than the days it encompasses. Every moment of a Raised Jay camp will stay with your son or daughter forever. From the first paddle of a kayak to the 18th hole, your Raised “Jayer” will experience hiking, ice skating, surfing, golf, kayaking, tie-dye, outdoor survival skills, rappelling, and, most importantly, the simple, free feeling of being a careless kid in the summer. These camps might last from Monday to Friday, but the moments only grow larger every day thereafter.
Not only will your kids be Raised Right, but they'll also be Fed Right, with lunches cooked by our in-house Food & Beverage Team, and options for even the pickiest of eaters. Healthy snacks, in the form of fruit or granola bars, will also be available in the morning and afternoon.
In order to be eligible to be Raised Jay, children must be between the ages of 6 and 12.
Each session is five days long (Monday to Friday) from 9am to 4pm and limited to 25 campers. Dates available are:
- July 11th - 15th, 2016
- July 18th - 22nd, 2016
- July 25th - 29th, 2016
- August 8th - 12th, 2016
2016 Overnight Wilderness Camp
A continuation of what it means to be Raised Jay, your teens (kids ages 12-16) will experience a 3-day adventure trip in the forests surrounding Jay Peak. Shelter building, water & food procurement, map & compass orientation, and proper backpacking techniques, will just be a taste of the adventure. The trip lasts 3 days and will be staffed by our trained mountain guides, well versed in environmental education, outdoor safety, and having as much fun as humanly possible.
August 2nd - 5th, 2016
|Day Camp First Child||$275|
|Day Camp Additional siblings||$250|
* Rates are subject to change without notice
* Limit of four siblings per purchase when purchasing online
Call 802-988-2737 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Raised Jay Summer Camps are sponsored by the American Cancer Society, providing our campers with sunblock, sunglasses and some kid-friendly details on how to protect your skin in the sun: