2017 Killington Summer Camps
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Off The Beaten Path
Step up to the tee at one of Vermont’s finest disc golf courses. This fun and exciting 18-hole course is great for players of all ability levels.
Stop by Liquid Art for a cup of some of Killington’s best Vermont Artisan coffee, tea, espresso and lattes. If you’re looking for something a little stronger, they also offer signature cocktails. You can also try one of their nightly Dinner Specials – and enjoy the Loft Dining Room for Dinner Service Thursday through Sunday from 5:30 – 9:00 PM. Chef Daniel Oakes puts out an incredible revolving menu each week. Call for reservations.
Green Mountain National offers a great Vermont golf experience for all ability levels. Play one of New England’s top rated courses at unbeatable prices.
The Adventure Center at Killington Resort has something for everyone and will be fun for the entire family!
Designed for all ability levels, fat bikes have wider hubs and tires than a mountain bike for better flotation and more stability in the snow. Fat Bike Vermont’s satellite location, located on Route 4 in Killington is open year-round and offers a variety of fat bike rentals for you to explore the Killington region by pedal power; Fat Bike Vermont* also offers service, sales and local knowledge and tips on where to ride.
Stocked annually with an array of Brook and Rainbow Trout, Kent Pond offers the perfect scenic fishing experience. In addition to the stocked trout, Kent Pond is home to a variety of fish including largemouth bass, pumpkinseed sunfish, brown bullhead, white suckers, yellow perch and golden shiners. Which ones will you catch?
If you’re feeling creative, check out the Killington ART Garage. The Art Garage is a fully stocked creative space with many workshops and art social events.
With terrain for all ability levels, come and check out what makes Killington the premier mountain biking destination of the east coast.
Not a skier or snowboarder? No Problem. You can still enjoy the mountain with a scenic Gondola ride to Vermont’s second highest peak. Once your gondola cabin arrives at the peak, take a short walk to the Peak Lodge for top-of-the-world views and a dining experience like no other featuring custom menus and fresh local entrees.
Looking to get out of the cold? Take some time to check out The Killington Arts Guild located on Route 4. Founded in 1998, the arts guild features a variety of artists and their goal is to develop cultural advancement and awareness about arts in the world.
This short hike is a local favorite. Walk along a boardwalk and short trail to the spectacular 140-foot cascading waterfall. Check out a map of other hikes in the area here
With its location at the base of Killington and Pico peaks and close proximity to the Appalachian and Long trails, this park is a favorite of hikers. Many through-hikers pass the park on their Appalachian Trail journey from Georgia to Maine. The park is also a popular destination during the fall foliage season for its dramatic autumn colors. (Camping is available)
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