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Kids Camps Rutland VT

Kids camps exist in many different types to meet various interests. There are day camps, overnight camps, and specialized camps like science camps, tennis camps, and wilderness trip camps. Many camps also offer a wide variety of activities, from horseback riding to swimming lessons to arts and crafts. Read on to learn more and to find the best kids camps in Rutland, VT to meet your child’s needs.

Iroquois Land Family Camping
(802) 773-2832
E Clarendon Rd
North Clarendon, VT
Lake Bomoseen Campground
(802) 273-2061
Route 30 # 173
Bomoseen, VT
White River Valley Camping Inc
(802) 234-9115
Route 107
Gaysville, VT
Coolidge State Park
(802) 672-3612
Route A
Plymouth, VT
Country Village Campgrounds
(802) 247-3333
40 Us Route 7
Brandon, VT
Alpenhof Lodge-killington Camp
(802) 422-9787
West Park Rd
Killington, VT
Sugarhouse Campground
(802) 672-5043
Route 100
Plymouth, VT
Andy's Campgrounds
(802) 273-2751
1239 Route 30
Brandon, VT
Smoke Rise Farm Restaurant
(802) 247-6472
Us Route 7 N
Brandon, VT
Otter Creek Campground
(802) 293-5041
Route 7
Danby, VT

Tips for finding summertime bargains

Tips for finding summertime bargains

Alex Bellamy

Many movie theaters offer free movies during the summer monthsSchool's out for the summer and kids everywhere are looking for fun, cool things to do. While most dads want their children to have fun, some may also be worried about the cost of summer vacation fun. But making sure your kids stay busy and have fun doesn't have to break your budget.

Parenting advice from some experts regarding this issue includes doing some research in advance. If there's an attraction or activity that your son or daughter has his or her heart set on, go online to look for coupons and other discounts. Signing up to receive an e-newsletter or becoming a fan on Facebook or Twitter can often help you get special offers on admission prices.

While taking your kids to the movies is not always the most budget-friendly endeavor, many theaters offer free movies during the summer. Visit websites like and to find schedules, times and details.

Be warned, however, that some free movie programs don't include admission to newly released films. Dads can treat their families to the hottest movies of the season on a budget by opting to travel to a drive-in theater, where you'll pay by the carload rather than per person. In addition, many drive-ins offer double features so you'll really get your money's worth! The experience alone will be worth the trip for many families.

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