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Camp Ayers Brook

Please join us this summer for our first sessions of summer camp here  at Ayers Brook Goat Dairy in Randolph, Vermont! We are so excited to be able to offer 3 weeks of fun filled day camp to children ages 5 -9.


WEEK 1 : JUNE 24-28th

ages 5-6 (K and 1st grade)


WEEK 11 : JULY 8-12th

ages 5-6 (K and 1st grade)

WEEK 111 : JULY 15-19th

ages 7-9 ( 2nd-3rd grade)

All camps run from 8am-3:30pm and cost $250/per week per child enrolled. A 50% deposit is required at registration with the balance due by June 1st, 2024.

What is CAMP AYERS BROOK all about?

Vermont summers are for having fun and there are a million ways that one can do that.  At CAMP AYERS BROOK we have fun by moving our bodies through sports and games, igniting our creativity with arts and crafts, engaging our minds through time spent in the woods, and warming our hearts as we spend time with friends.  Take note, this is NOT a farm camp.  Ayers Brook Goat Dairy is a large commercial dairy and for everyone's safety it's best if we stay out of the farm facilities. But as we spend our days having fun amidst everything else the Ayers Brook property  has to offer, kids will experience what the flow of life on a commercial dairy is like and go home with a closer relationship to Vermont dairy farms. Camp enrollment is limited to 10 kids and there will be 2 instructors at all times.  



Kids arrive and get settled in.



Free choice (ex. games, legos, reading, badminton, soccer, music, craft project, bike riding, etc.)




Group project (ex. tie dye, seed starting and paper making, paper mâché piñata,

paint and finish piñata, photo booth)




Woods time/Afternoon snack


Group yard game (hide and seek, capture the flag, kickball, soccer, wiffleball, tag games)



CAMP AYERS BROOK is run by Daryll Hooper with the support of her husband Miles and awesome staff member Rob Marchione. Daryll and Miles have owned and operated the dairy since 2017. They have two boys Olcott, age 8, and Weston, age 6. Daryll spent 7 years substitute teaching and working after-school programs and is so excited to be working with kids again. Many people in the Randolph community have spent time at their farm and know that Ayers Brook is a particularly fun place to run around.    



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