2968 Lake Morey Road, Fairlee, Vermont 05045 | 802-333-3400
Our large play field and basket ball courts offer the perfect spot for girls to get involved in many different Landsports. From soccer to sponge tag, campers head to the activity of their choice for skill building and fun! Soccer, Softball, Lacrosse, basketball and Rounders are just a few of the sports talented counselors come to camp ready to teach hivers. Campers enjoy small group instruction in different areas and have many opportunities to play an “intramural” soccer game with each other and other camps. The emphasis on sports being self improvement, cooperation and sportsmanship.
Set deep in the woods at the top of camp property Hive has a challenging and safe ropes course. Our trained staff helps girls learn all the skills necessary to take on the individual and group challenges a ropes can provide.
Tennis at Hive is played on three beautiful hard surfaced tennis courts. Through fun games and 1:1 to small group instruction, campers have the chance to learn beginning to advanced skills in Tennis. Each summer campers participate in a fun Camper / Counselor tennis tournament! There are also other opportunities for campers to work towards playing in a tennis tournament with one of our other camps. Riding is available to all campers for an extra charge. Campers can sign up to head to the riding stables about 2 miles from camp property. The program is designed for beginner and intermediate riders. Girls ride the same horses each time they go to riding. In addition to learning and building on skills, there are four opportunities each summer for campers to sign up for a full day trail ride. For advanced rider, campers and their families can choose to sign up for riding lessons at Morton farm Riding Stable at Dartmouth College. The fee for this program and more information is on the web site.
The archery range is set in a beautiful spot in the woods. Girls learn and practice skills on both beginning lower targets and regulation distance targets. From learning all the safety procedures to enjoying ad tournament with each other, campers have many chance to head to archery.
Horseback Riding at Aloha Hive takes place at Open Acre Ranch, a local stable ten minutes from Hive. It is owned and operated by an experienced equestrian, Rebecca Guillette. Rebecca, her staff, facilities and horses provide a nice riding program for Hive campers. Campers at all riding levels will have the opportunity to take lessons and learn skills on a trail ride. We suggest that your daughter sign up for no more than two riding lessons per week. Experience has shown us that when girls are out of camp often during each week, they miss some of the important relationship building time with other campers and the community. If you have questions about this, please email Director Kathy Plunkett. To sign up for horseback riding, please complete the form below and send with your check (made out to Open Acre Ranch) to the Aloha Foundation office.
Aloha Hive Riding Registration Form
For questions about the riding facility or program, please email Rebecca Guillette , or contact her by phone at 802-333-9196.