Neringa, a Lithuanian cultural camp founded by the Sisters of the Immaculate Conception in 1969, has been around for over half a century. During that time, the camp has proudly served thousands of children and families, with a mission of providing a nurturing experience and a strong Lithuanian heritage, as well as Catholic faith-based values. This dedication to character development has been extended to campers, counselors, staff, and families who come together to participate in the camp.
Neringa has been helping to shape the lives of many children and families for over 50 years. The camp, established by the Sisters of the Immaculate Conception in 1969, has a mission to provide a nurturing environment where Lithuanian heritage and Catholic faith are embraced. This gives campers, counselors, staff, and families the opportunity to focus on positive character development.
At Neringa, campers, counselors, staff, and families can partake in a cultural experience rooted in Lithuanian heritage and Catholic faith. Founded in 1969 by the Sisters of the Immaculate Conception, the camp has been actively promoting positive character development for over 50 years. Thousands of children and families have benefited from the camp's mission of providing a nurturing environment.
What kind of kids we support
Programs at Neringa Camp in Marlboro, VT
Kids playing Daily activities include Lithuanian dancing, singing, folk art, and basic cultural understanding as well as Roman Catholic liturgy and study, nature study, hikes, camp newspaper, art, woodworking, sports, swimming, games, drama, and character development discussions. Campers are involved in daily activities with their own cabin mates, as well as inappropriate mixed groups of children.