February 20, 2021

COVID Information for Summer 2021

What does a Bubble at Billings look like: In order to create a modified bubble at Billings we need to limit who comes in and out of camp and minimize the chances of COVID-19 getting in. This means there will be limited ability for trips out of camp for both campers and staff. Visitors will… Read more »

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October 3, 2020

Boosting for Our Old Camp
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June 9, 2020

Camp Billings Can Not Stay Silent

The Camp Billings Directors and Board of Directors stand in solidarity against racism. We are deeply saddened by the death of George Floyd and countless others from acts of racially charged injustice and police violence. Black Lives Matter as do the invaluable and historically underreported contributions of the Black community. We must work harder to… Read more »

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April 4, 2020

Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update #2: April 4, 2020

Camp Billings To Close For the 2020 Season  On Saturday, April 4 the Board of Directors of Camp Billings on Lake Fairlee made the difficult unanimous decision to not open its gates for the 2020 season. Our 114 year old, coed, non-profit camp will close for only the second time in its long history. While… Read more »

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March 16, 2020

Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update #1: March 16, 2020

TO OUR CAMP BILLINGS FAMILY  AN UPDATE ON THE Coronavirus (COVID-19)  Dear Camp Family,  For 113 summers Camp Billings has operated under the philosophy that the health and safety of our entire camp family, particularly our campers and staff, is the cornerstone of each and every summer. We create an environment that is healthy and… Read more »

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August 13, 2019

Billings food in the news

From the Valley News. See the full article here! “THETFORD — At Camp Billings, nearly all of the campers, counselors and staff know where their next meal is coming from. The few who didn’t before the camp’s annual farmers’ lunch last week learned from head cook Casey Huling, a former camper and counselor himself. Huling needed… Read more »

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