About The Barn Day Camp in Plymouth, VT

Our campers have the chance to explore the beauty of nature and discover the joy of unstructured play, while also building a connection to the land and developing skills that will last a lifetime. Regardless of the activity, our campers will learn something new and have fun in the process. Campers get to take a break from technology and enjoy the wonders of the natural world. At Killington Ski area/resort in Vermont, the 600-acre wilderness provides a perfect playground for children to explore their wonder and imagination. Whether chasing crickets, milking goats, or playing at the waterfront, campers are encouraged to enjoy the simple delights the outdoors has to offer. Campers have the opportunity to take part in creative activities like splatter-paint art and pirate gold hunts, as well as hosting a farm stand for the local community. With unstructured play and learning the land, campers are guaranteed to come away with lifelong skills and a greater appreciation for the beauty of nature. Technology is put aside, allowing children to experience the wonders of the natural world.

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What kind of kids we support

  • Coed
  • Kids
  • Tweens


  • Lake
  • Sleeping Tents

Programs at The Barn Day Camp in Plymouth, VT

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Rope courses and outdoor rock climbing provide exciting physical activities for our youngest campers. The indoor climbing wall is used for team-building exercises, non-competitive games, and other activities to challenge each camper.

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Work Projects

Using tools is essential for fun with a variety of projects teaching new skills. Campers also learn how to design a project, learn the steps needed for assembly and use hand tools to create their vision.

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Youth Environmental Sustainability

With the wonderment of a child’s perspective, campers explore their natural surroundings from bugs and bird nests, to animal tracks and forest sounds. The wilderness inspires most of our imaginative games and activities. The land, lakes, and forests are our outdoor classrooms. Campers perform experiments along with their exploring where they are looking at things under a microscope, dissecting scat, and shooting bottle rockets to learn about pressure systems.

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Location and contact information

401 Farm and Wilderness Road, Plymouth, VT, 05056