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About Our
Our summer program offers a unique camp experience for Deaf & Hard of Hearing teens and youth. Hearing children with deaf parents and/or siblings are also welcome! 

 The Green Mountain Lions Camp will not be open this summer of 2024.  However, Vermont District 45 Lions  do want to support Vermont children with hearing loss in attending a camp of their choice.  If you are interested in applying for a scholarship, please reach out to Lion Patricia at  for more information.  We wish you a wonderful summer!

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Do you want to be a part of our camp this summer?!

Camp Sessions
Dates & Fees
Teen Session

Our 13+ (until graduation) session runs from Sun.


Youth Session

Our 8-12 year old* session runs from Sun. 


* There can be flexibility with camper ages and the session they attend with Director/Coordinator permission. 

** Registration for each session is the first day (Sunday) from Noon - 1pm followed by a lunch prepared for us by members of the Lions Club.  Parents and families are welcome and encouraged to stay through lunch!

*** Camp ends on the last day of the session at NOON.  It is extremely important that arrangements are made to pick up your child/children by that time.  A fee may be charged for late pick-ups.

Our Activities

Registration Days

On registration days we will review camp registration forms, answer questions, and give you an opportunity to see our facilities and meet our staff.  Members of the District 45 Vermont Lions Club always provide lunch for us on that day! Families are welcome and encouraged to stay for the duration of lunch and getting settled in the cabins!


Daily Activities

Campers in each session participate in a number of activities.  Weather permitting, there will be water and swimming activities every day and a camp fire each night. Other daily activities include Learn-ing Opportunities, sports and games, arts & crafts, team building and occasional special events and field trips (see below). We encourage campers to teach others, be leaders, and develop pride in themselves; they are offered opportunities to do so throughout their time at camp.

Special Events & Field Trips

Each session includes special events and field trips appropriate for the ages and interests of our campers.  In the past we have participated in horseback riding, waterpark at Jay Peak,  hiking at a local state park, and a visit to Montshire Museum!

Please keep in mind that our adventures are different year to year.  Our beautiful location at Covenant Hills also has hiking trails, fields to play on, and a barn for indoor activities.

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