Lynx B: (Grades 4-7)
Lynx B is a shortened, winterized version of BBC summer program for campers in 3rd – 6th grade. To understand what we do at camp, read this page. It’s about summer but talks about what we do and how we do it. We’ll focus on a theme for the weekend and spend plenty of time playing in this winter wonderland! Check out descriptions and pictures of some of the events below! (Lynx A is an extended weekend taking place during school break. This program, Lynx B, runs during a typical weekend: Friday-Sunday)
Camp’s quarter-mile-long tubing run has three turns and gives you an amazing ride! We provide the tubes, helmets and the ride back up, you provide the fun!
Learn to Backcountry Ski at camp! Brandon “Tuna” Bergey is a trained Ski Instructor who is excited to teach anyone willing to try! We have our own special skis that allow campers to try cross country and downhill skiing.
Are you ready for the 7th Annual Snow Ball Olympics?! This group activity contains a variety of snow-related competitions. Get your flaming torches ready, it’s time for the Olympics!
Broomball is a fun and unique winter sport played on an ice rink! Work together as a team to sweep the ball into the opposing team’s net. You have to pass a lot because it’s hard to move quickly on ice!
Don’t own any skates? Don’t know how to skate? No worries! We have plenty of extra pairs and would LOVE to teach you!
There are two excellent places at camp for some awesome night sledding. We’ll start a fire, set up lights, bring out the smores and then go at it! We provide some sleds, but you can bring your own as well!
BBC is nestled in the beautiful Green Mountains of Vermont. This setting helps makes for some awesome safaris, scavenger hunts, animal tracking, and other adventures!
Just like Summer Camp, we get to gather each evening to sing fun camp songs and listen to a shepherd share about God!
At Winter Camp, campers create crafts unique to the Winter Program: Penguin puppets, snowflakes, handmade pillows, and more! Campers also love warming up by the fire to play games like Spot It, Apples to Apples, and Dutch Blitz.
Cookie baking/decorating and homemade snow ice cream are two of our favorite winter treats!
Outside isn’t the only place to have fun! With the new pavilion, we can run around playing large group events, as well as smaller group games like Gaga, Whizzball, and more!
Super comfy couches, air hockey, ping pong, and foosball. This is one of the most fun places on the property and it’s totally unique to Winter Camp!
No need to cook your own food during Winter Camp! We have a wonderful kitchen team ready to serve up hot meals all weekend long! Meals like Pancakes, Lasagna, Grilled Cheese, and, of course, Baked Oatmeal are common at Winter Camps.
Registration is Friday (6:30-7pm). Pick up is Sunday (2:00pm). Shuttles will be available at the bottom of Lynds Hill Road in case of inclement weather, Call the office or check online for more information the day camp begins.
Any Questions?- Call 802-672-5220 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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- She learned how important it is to work as a team.- A mom
- I really feel that the time spent in prayer and talking about God really helped my son to feel God’s love and to desire to be kind and compassionate with other people.- A father
- BBC is great! It has really helped me grow as a person!- A camper
- I’m sad to leave but excited to come back!- A camper
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