How to Register to Camp
Campers may register for two, four, six, or eight weeks. We accept campers from ages eight to fifteen and group them in cabins according to grade/age. For our full registration policy, please stay tuned for our most up to date information.
A deposit of $500 — per camper/ per session — must accompany your registration in order for it to be complete. This deposit is non-refundable.
- Stay tuned for our 2019 dates!
In addition to all of our regular daily activities and evening programs, each session has its own super awesome special events. Visit Activities Page
Session 1 is when we celebrate the 4th of July with a ton of Red White and Blue! We have an all camp Color Wars, a cookout, and epic fireworks at night. Many of the Lake’s residents love to come over on their canoes, and watch the show from their boats! Do you love dancing, singing or lip-sync competitions? Session 1 hosts Battle of the Bands, where cabins compete with musical performances! One of our most exciting all-day events, Hunger Games, takes place during Session 1… it’s always a secret which day it will happen.
Session 2 is when we do the Glee competition. Costumes and eccentric clothes are always appreciated. And we have International Night! Plan to dress up in your best outfit for this feast.
Session 3 is when we put on the Musical! What will it be this summer?!
Session 4 is when we have Country Fair. You will want to bring a t-shirt of every color, good sneakers, multiple athletic shorts and socks, and be prepared to play in the rain (as long as there is no thunder and lighting.) Session 4 also hosts Billings Got Talent, Halloween, and our Final Campfire, where campers can perform skits and songs on the last evening of the summer.
Pricing will be updated in November.
To maintain our commitment to be one of the best values in the camp industry for families, we will maintain our 2016 rates for Sessions 1 and 4, while raising the fee for Sessions 2 and 3 by less than three percent.
Tuition deposit is $500.00 per two week session and must accompany every child’s registration form. The tuition deposit is nonrefundable once your child has been registered. Please note that there will be no exceptions. The tuition deposit will be returned to you if a spot is not available for your child. Reservations cannot be held without payment.
The tuition balance is due by April 30, 2018. The registration form must be completed in full and signed and dated. Once your child is registered the tuition deposit is nonrefundable. If camp is full and a spot does not open up for your child, your original check will be returned. Regardless of your child’s session at camp, the tuition balance must be received by April 30, 2018 and should be mailed to the registrar. Failure to do this will result in your camper’s cancellation and allow us to accept another camper for replacement.
TELEPHONE AND EMAIL RESERVATIONS CANNOT BE ACCEPTED.
All monies must be remitted in U.S. funds.
Make checks payable to Camp Billings.
We do not accept credit card payments.
Please mail to:
Marianne St-Laurent – Camp Registrar
311 VT-244 Fairlee, VT 05045
It may be necessary for a parent to cancel a camper’s registration after tuition has been paid. In case of cancellation, refunds will be made on the following basis:
1. There will be a partial refund of tuition less the tuition deposit ($500 per session) if: WRITTEN notification of cancellation is received at least ONE MONTH before the start of the session the camper is to attend; OR, a written notification from a doctor certifying illness or accident.
2. In all other cases there shall be NO REFUND of tuition unless the camp is able to fill the vacancy.
3. In all cases, the tuition deposit will not be refunded.
CAMPERS WITH SPECIFIC NEEDS
Camp Billings and their staff are neither trained nor equipped to handle children with moderate to severe physical, emotional, or educational needs. In order to provide the best possible experience for your child and for all the other members of our camp family, we require that all special considerations be brought to the attention of, and discussed with, our Camp Director prior to a child registering for a camp session.