Vermont Adventure Wrestling Camp

For more information on the limited spots available in Vermont contact us below

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What should Wrestling Camp be?
Fun and Productive.

I was tired of regular wrestling camps. Every kid wants to spend Summer outdoors. For 20 years I went to a wrestling camps in gymnasiums or on a college campus, in 2017 I had enough. I wanted kids to have fun while still progressing efficiently. We combined the fun of summer camp with World Class Technical training. You come here for two reasons; 1. to get better fast and 2. to enjoy the summer while doing that. We are different than the rest because we are not a factory camp and focus on your child’s individual wrestling needs with a 1:6 coach to camper ratio, and we do traditional summer camp outdoor activities. Our camp offers three levels split into groups by experience; we specialize in helping first and second year high school wrestlers catch up to their peers, intermediate level wrestlers get ready for local varsity, as well as high performance athletes refine the details and reach the collegiate level.

Vermont summer camp

All Adventure Wrestling Camps are coached in a small group setting, with 6 wrestlers per coach. Its essentially a week long small group private lesson. Where else can you find this attention to detail?

Camp Skill Levels:

Level 1 and Level 2: Developing Wrestlers with less than 3 years experience

Level 3: Advanced Middle School Wrestlers, as well as JV and Varsity level high school wrestlers.

Level 4: State Level Wrestlers looking to become Nationally Ranked. Aspiring to wrestle in college.

Adventure Wrestling Camp Dates
& Pricing

Camp Costs

6 day Overnight camp $1,051.42

Camp Dates

Check In
Sunday, August 4th

3pm: Check In

Check out
Saturday, August 10th

10am-12noon: Check Out

Register now we have 32 limited spots remaining



Lodging and meals are included in the registration fee. To make sure camp truly feels like Summer Camp, we stay at the Upper Pass Lodge, a quintessential Vermont Ski Lodge at the base of Magic Mountain. Rooming is via a shared room with similar age students and is included in the camp fee. We will assign you to a room with four students per room. Roommate requests can be made during registration, please put roommates names in the comments. The Lodge offers: a swimming pool with lifeguards present, hiking trails right off site, accommodates all food in their restaurant Red Slate ( included in camp fee ), a comfortable Vermont lodge experience at 3,200 foot elevation at the base of Magic Mountain Ski Resort.

Training Facilities:

Training takes place in the Green Mountains at the international level Chris Lewett Tennis Academy, as well as in an open air space at the Magic Mountain Ski Lodge, where we have two 30 foot Resilite Wrestling mats. At CLTA and Magic Mountain there are hiking trails onsite, indoor and outdoor training options ( yes for wrestling! ), boys and girls locker rooms and showers, as well as a swimming hole and lazy river float watched by our lifeguards for a post practice refreshing dip.

Parent Handbook:
Linked here is our parent handbook that answers frequently asked questions about:
  • Camp Overview
  • 2024 Camp Dates and Drop off and Pick up details
  • Lodging and Rooming
  • Camp Safety, medications, illness or accidents
  • Meals at Camp
  • Clothing and Luggage and what to bring and pack
  • Laundry at Camp
  • Electronics at Camp
  • Bedding, Money and personal property
  • Sample of a daily itinerary
  • Check-in and Check-out details
  • Rooming details
  • Safety and camp contact information

For more information on the limited spots available in Vermont, contact us below

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