Please go here to register online and follow the prompts.
Feel free to call the main office if you have any questions or need more information: (802) 422-3761.
We are delighted that you want to register your child for a Farm & Wilderness Summer Camp. On this page, we explain how to register by using our enrollment forms (see below). Other pages on our website will provide additional information about tuition and summer camp sessions as well as details about our ‘Campership,’ or financial aid. Please do not hesitate to call or email our Admissions Director, Linda Berryhill, if you have any questions: (802) 422.3761, email@example.com.
To register for any of the F&W summer camps, a family who is not seeking Financial Aid/Campership Funds must send in two things: a completed camper registration form and the non-refundable $500 enrollment deposit. Your enrollment is not considered complete until we have both form and deposit.
If you intend to apply for Financial Aid/Campership funds, your enrollment packet would instead consist of three things: a completed camper registration form, a completed Campership application, and a refundable $250 campership deposit.
Our overnight camps, The Barn Day Camp, and Family Camp all have different application forms and deadlines. Read on to learn more.
Overnight Camps Registration forms
If you are ready to register for any of our overnight programs, please go to our online enrollment or download the 2013 Overnight Registration. You may also call/email the office to receive an Enrollment Packet.
If you need financial aid (‘Camperships’), please visit the Financial Aid section for information and forms instructions here. F&W does not offer a sibling discount, but we encourage you to apply for financial aid if sending more than one child to camp is a hardship.
Barn Day Camp
If you need financial aid (“Camperships”) for a BDC camper, please visit Financial Aid for information and forms. F&W does not offer a sibling discount, but we encourage you to apply for financial aid if sending more than one child to camp is a hardship.