2968 Lake Morey Road, Fairlee, Vermont 05045 | 802-333-3400
Through Hulbert Outdoor Center, The Aloha Foundation makes its facilitites available on a limited basis to hold your meeting or conference. We can simply host your program and let you design the program, or help you design and facilitate workshops and events that will meet your particular goals. Rentals may be for one or two days or for as long as a week! Just let us know what you need, and we will do our best to help. Email Lynn Daly or call 802-333-3405 for more information.
Hulbert Outdoor Center is located in the Upper Connecticut River Valley, on the shores of beautiful Lake Morey, convenient to Interstate 91 in Vermont. Hulbert is 150 miles from Boston, 275 miles from New York City, and 175 miles from Montreal, Canada.
The Main Campus at Camp Lanakila/Hulbert Outdoor Center revolves around a traditional Vermont farmhouse, with attached kitchen, dining, meeting and living room facilities. The Conference Center set slightly apart from the Main Campus, provides dining and meeting facilities for smaller groups. The combined facilities at Hulbert offer comfortable, attractive accommodations for up to 82 people, quad occupancy.
Accommodations include six comfortable, winterized cabins, each with three or four bedrooms, two baths and cozy living rooms. The cabins are equipped with easily converted bunk beds to accommodate double or quad occupancy. In warm weather, rustic open-air cabins (no heat or electricity) may be used to increase the living capacity up to 150 people.
Meeting spaces include the Main Hall which seats up to 150, our historic barn with large fieldstone fireplace, finished hardwood floor and stage with space for 200, and a variety of flexible meeting areas that can accommodate groups from ten to 50.
Recreational facilities include canoes, two all-weather tennis courts, hiking trails, a basketball court, and playing fields for soccer, baseball and volleyball. Winter facilities include cross-country skiing and snowshoeing trails, and a lighted ice-skating area on the lake.