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There’s So Much Fun to be Had Here!

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While many camps specialize in a sport, music, or drama, we specialize in fun. After safety, the number one job of our counseling staff is to ensure that everyone is having the time of their lives at camp.

One reason campers have so much fun at Billings is the amount of choice they are given. With many activities to choose from, campers are not locked into a preset program schedule. During each meal, counselors announce what’s going on in each of the program areas that morning or afternoon. Campers are able to explore and discover new programs, and revisit favorites whenever they’d like!

Camp Billings' Latest News

June 30, 2020

Virtual Camp 2020!

Welcome to Virtual Camp 2020! While we are all heartbroken to not be together on Lake Fairlee this summer, we will be keeping Billings alive with 3 posts a week. A challenge, a tutorial, and a live event! The schedule for the week will be posted every Sunday, and you can find more information, here,… Read more »

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June 23, 2020

Spring Clocktower Times

Read the Spring 2020 issue of the Clocktower Times here! This edition includes a letter from our President of the Board of Directors, Mike Lemme, about closing camp and an exciting preview of virtual camp from our Directors, Anne and Sean Collins. There are also lots of wonderful submissions from camp alumni that will bring… Read more »

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What People Think

  • Henry Lang: camper since 7, now 19 year old staffHenry Lang: camper since 7, now 19 year old staff
    “Camp Billings taught me how to be the best version of myself by embracing my authenticity. Every camper who passes through our white gates is accepted; we take pride in guiding them to realize their true potentials. No matter where life takes us, Billings will …
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Camp is closed for the 2020 season. Check back in the Fall for Summer 2021 registration information

The registration instructions and PDF downloads are for informational purposes only and will be updated accordingly for 2021 registration.

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A deposit of $500 — per camper/ per session — must accompany your registration in order for it to be complete. This deposit is non-refundable.

 

PDF Downloads:

Registration Form 2020

Registration Information

Parent / Camper Handbook

If you have any questions, please contact our camp registrar Marianne St Laurent or our camp directors Anne and Sean Collins via email.

Send registrations to
311 VT-244 Fairlee, VT 05045!

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