What are the sleeping arrangements?
Campers sleep in clean and comfortable guest rooms complete with full, twin or queen beds. Towels, linens, pillows & comforters are provided as well
Where do the kids take showers?
The lodge has 4 full bathrooms complete with sinks, toilets and showers
Are activities planned other than fishing?
Yes, campers may have opportunities to go hiking, swimming, boating, wildlife viewing and exploring the many sights and attractions of Groton State Forest, but typically the kids just want to fish!
What time do campers wake up and go to sleep?
Quiet hours are from 10:30pm – 7:30am and breakfast is served from 8-9am each day
Is there any free time each day for the kids?
Our days are filled with a lot of fishing. But, there is still plenty of free time to relax, tie some flies, chill out in your room or whatever. We don’t force anything, but generally we don’t have to
What is the behavior policy?
Unsatisfactory and disruptive behavior will not be tolerated on any level. Campers with behavioral issues will be immediately suspended from the camp and tuition monies will not be refunded
What if my child becomes sick or injured?
Every staff member of Green Mountain Fly Fish Camps holds current CPR/First Aid Certification. The nearest hospital is located 30 minutes away in Barre, VT
How do campers get to Green Mountain Fly Fishing Camps?
Parents are strongly encouraged to drive their kids to the camp and experience the facility first hand. Transportation to and from the airport and other locations within reason can also be arranged for an additional fee
Are volunteers needed to assist with camp activities?
We always welcome volunteer inquiries. If you would like to volunteer, please send an email to Chris at VTFishCamp@gmail.com