Vermont Outdoors Woman, Winter Doe Camp
February 1 - February 3
Doe Camp is a series of seasonal skill development weekend retreats open to women of all ages and abilities – from youthful 18-year-old daughters to sprightly great-grandmothers. Each woman signs up for four skill development workshops throughout the weekend. With the support of Vermont Department of Fish & Wildlife and other Vermont outdoors based organizations we offer Doe Camps for two seasons: Winter and Fall.
Doe Camp provides educational and skill-building programs in virtually all outdoor activities, including archery, firearm safety, hunting skills, fishing, horseback riding, orienteering, GPS, canoeing & kayaking, snowshoeing, search & rescue, wildlife photography, snowmobiling, ATV safety, rock climbing, winter camping, wilderness first aid, self defense, mountain biking, wild medicinals & edibles, forestry and more.
Winter Doe Camp February 1 – 3, 2019
Friday afternoon through Sunday weekend retreat at the Hulbert Outdoor Center in Fairlee, Vermont.
Course listings, schedule, registration, instructor bios, and more HERE.
A $100 deposit will hold your spot and give you first choice of classes at Doe Camp.
Total cost for the 2018 weekend was $390. Discounts for drive-ins, camping, groups of 3 or more, and mother/daughter attendees. Minimum age is 15 and minors must be accompanied by an adult.
Accommodations are in Hulbert’s comfortable, winterized cabins. Each cabin has 4 rooms with 4 beds in each room, as well as 2 bathrooms 2 showers and 2 toilets. Participants bring their own blankets, pillows, linens, and towels – or rent them for $10. Program fee is based on quad occupancy. Delicious, hearty and well balanced meals included and are served buffet- style in Hulbert’s sunny dining hall.