Saltash Mountain Camp | Summer Programs

Saltash Mountain Camp


This wilderness tripping camp adheres to Quaker values. Six to eight campers, led by two counselors, go on each trip. Participants may rock climb on Deer's Leap; reroute a part of the Appalachian Trail; canoe on Maine's Flagstaff Lake; hike a 5000-foot peak in the White Mountains; or scale Camel's Hump on Vermont's Long Trail to see the sunset, then return for sunrise a few hours later. While on these trips, campers develop such outdoor living skills as fire building, cooking, knot making, and facility with a map and compass.

General Info

Name Saltash Mountain Camp
Location Plymouth, VT
Year-round Contacts 802-422-3761
Program Focuses & Features Boating, Canoeing, Conservation, Crafts, Drama, Exploration, Farming, Hiking, Mountain Trips, Music, Outdoor Education, Peace/Cross-cultural Studies, Rock Climbing, Swimming, Ultimate Frisbee, Wilderness Camping, Wilderness Canoeing
Age Range Residential — Coed Ages 11-14
Application Deadline Rolling
Director Jeff Bounds, Director
Residential Fee $2625-7675, 3½-7 weeks.
Year Established 1962
Sponsor Farm and Wilderness Foundation
Dates & Sessions June-Aug; 3 sessions, 3½-7 weeks long


Jeff Bounds, Director