Camps

SUMMER CAMPS 2023– OUTDOOR ADVENTURE CAMP (ages 6-15)*| REGISTER NOW

West Mountain’s wildly popular Weekly Outdoor Adventure Summer Camps will be returning in summer 2023. We offer a 3-day AND a 5-day camp option that meets from 9am-3pm with an After Camp Care Add-On option from 3-4pm. Meal Plans can also be added on to our Weekly Camps. At camp, kids explore the great outdoors with our amazing camp counselors as they engage in activities including hiking, climbing and organized games and activities that will strengthen their bodies and minds. Summer 2023 Registration opens Aug. 27th! New in 2023: Purchase a summer camp at the full rate and receive 10% off each additional summer camp purchase of equal or lesser value per registrant. Register early and save. Price cutoffs apply for the 2023 camps.

Ages: 6-15

2023 Summer Camps Details HERE

Summer 2023 Camp Dates
Week3-Day Camp Dates5-Day Camp Dates
Week 1July 10, 12, 14July 10-14
Week 2July 17, 19, 21July 17-21
Week 3July 24, 26, 28July 24-28
Week 4July 31, Aug, 2, Aug. 4July 31-Aug. 4
Week 5Aug 7, 9, 11Aug 7-11
Week 6Aug 14, 16, 18Aug 14-18
Week 7Aug 21, 23, 25Aug 21-25
Week 8Aug 28, 30, Sept. 1Aug 28-Sept. 1
Summer 2023 Camp Pricing
2023 PricingBuy Before 4.15.23Buy Before 5.15.23Buy After 5.15.23Meal Plan/After Camp Care
Outdoor Adventure Summer Camps, 3-Day$220$240$260$30/$75
Outdoor Adventure Summer Camps, 5-Day*$340$360$380$50/$125

*Purchase a summer camp at the full rate and receive 10% off each additional summer camp purchase of equal or lesser value per registrant.

After Camp Care:

West Mountain Summer Camp Supervisors will provide After Camp Care from 3-4pm for an additional fee of $75 for the 3-day camp and $125 for the 5-day camp. West Mountain closes at 4pm daily so late may fees apply if children are not picked up at 4pm. Children who are not signed up for After Camp Care will not be supervised by our Camp Supervisors and are not responsible for their care.

Meal Plan:
Prepared daily in-house by our executive chef. Includes a Sandwich (on a wrap, white or wheat bread), Choice of Chips or an Apple, a Cookie, and a bottled water. Meal Plan forms will be emailed to parents a week before the camp and will need to be returned by email at least 48 hours in advance of the first day of camp.

Meal Plan Lunch Options:
Vegetable wrap (gluten free)- Peppers, Carrots, Cucumbers, Lettuce and Tomato with an herbed cream cheese.
Turkey and Cheddar Sandwich- Roasted turkey, local cheddar, with lettuce and tomato
Honey Ham and Swiss Sandwich- Honey ham, local Swiss cheese, with lettuce and tomato
Roast beef and Cheddar Sandwich- Roast beef, aged cheddar with lettuce and tomato
PB&J Sandwich- strawberry jam with peanut butter

Additional Details:
All campers must wear comfortable clothing that is not loose.
Wear good sneakers or appropriate footwear for outdoor activities (Flip flops, sandals are not permitted).
Campers should bring least one full water bottle each day
Campers should bring their own lunch (unless the meal plan is purchased), and a snack.

SUMMER CAMPS 2022– Conditioning camp for ski racers and sports enthusiasts (ages 10-15)*|2023 Registration opens in the spring

Please join us for WMR’s 5-day Summer Conditioning Camp for Ski racers and other Sports Enthusiasts in summer 2023!

The camp meets from 8:45am-4pm Monday-Thursday, and 8:45am-12pm on Friday.

Who can participate?
Athletes 10-15 (if younger than 10, please contact sara@westmountain.com before registering)

When is the Camp? Dates will be available in the spring of 2023

2023 Cost:  Cost will be available in the spring of 2023

The Camp incorporates several drill work stations focusing on many of the US Ski Team training systems such as endurance, mobility, strength, power and motor skills. In addition to conditioning exercises, athletes will acquire knowledge about the important elements of dryland training, which are important for successful ski racing.

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WINTER STAY & PLAY HOLIDAY CAMPS 2022–2023 (ages 7-12)*| REGISTER NOW

22-23 Winter Stay & Play Holiday Camp registration is open. Register early and save!

During school vacations give your kids something to do that will get them out of the house and away from their electronics. Send them to camp at West Mountain, where they’ll learn to ski & snowboard or fine tune their existing skills, meet new friends and breathe fresh air. Our stay & play camps include lessons, a 5hr. lift ticket and lunch. The camp runs 9:30-2:30 each day. Registration discount cut-off dates for 2022/2023: 4/15, 10/15, 11/15, last day to register is 12/24.  Add rentals from on-site West Mountain Sports to any Stay & Play Camp during registration. New in 22-23.....We are moving to RFID. Details and updates are available HERE.

Please Read over our Mountain Safety Guidelines for Winter Here before arrival.

22-23 2-DAY CAMP DATES: 9:30AM-2:30PM

  • Session 1: 1/14 & 1/15 (MLK Weekend)
  • Session 2: 2/18 & 2/19 (February Break)
  • Pricing: $230 by 4/15, $250.00 by 10/15, $270 by 11/15, $310 until 12/24

22-23 3-DAY CAMP DATES: 9:30AM-2:30PM

  • Session 1: 12/27, 12/28 & 12/29 (December Break)
  • Session 2: 2/21, 2/22 & 2/23 (February Break)
  • Pricing: $350 by 4/15, $370 by 10/15, $390 by 11/15, $430 until 12/24
Winter Program & Camp Pricing
2022-2023 PricingBy 4.15.22By 10.15.22By 11.15.22By 12.24.22
Holiday Stay & Play Camp - 2 Day$230$250$270$310
Holiday Stay & Play Camp - 3 Day$350$370$390$430
Mountain Explorers - Midweek$320$340$360$400
Mountain Adventurers - Midweek$320$340$360$400
Mountain Masters - Midweek$320$340$360$400
Mountain Explorers - Weekend$340$360$380$420
Mountain Adventurers - Weekend$340$360$380$420
Mountain Masters - Weekend$340$360$380$420
Ladies Lift, Lesson & Lunch$320$340$360$400
Masterclass Series$320$340$360$400
* Beginning in 22-23, all Camp participants will be charged an RFID card fee. There will be an additional replacement fee if the card is lost etc. Participants will need their RFID card to access the lift.

OUR HEALTH MEASURES

Since your well-being is at the heart of our concerns, several health measures are in place and we ask for your cooperation to meet the State of New York's recommendations as they are a priority. We remain attentive to developments and operations could vary rapidly depending on the situation.
Read more about our Mountain Safety initiatives here.