Beautifully situated on pristine Lake Fairlee, Vermont, in the New England region of the United States, Lochearn offers 180 girls, ages 8-15, an outstanding summer of fun, friendship, adventure, and personal growth. Professional instruction in over 40 activities, a culture of kindness and respect, and a carefully selected staff of wholesome, bright, athletic young woman provide the challenges, resources, and love to help Lochearn girls build strong identities. Daughters only grow up once. Give yours a summer of enduring friendships and life-long learning at Lochearn Camp for Girls.
At our core is a strong commitment and well-conceived approach to children's character education where sound values such as respect, responsibility, cooperation and integrity are gently integrated into activities, and cabin and community life. Girls love being part of our warm, loving and inclusive community where kids can flourish without fear of cliques or ridicule.
Lochearn is a teaching camp so girls are always challenged to do their best, learning fundamental skills in athletics, visual and performing arts, nature, and English riding. Lochearn is proud to provide a safe and wholesome social environment where it is "cool to be kind" and where meeting daily challenges in sports and the arts helps to strenghten girls' emerging identities. An incredible opportunity to give your daughter the strength she needs to meet today's challenges.
Quality instruction offered in 40+ activities including favorites such as: gymnastics, field hockey, lacrosse, soccer, tennis, English horseback riding, ceramics, theatre, water-skiing, wakeboarding, sailing, swimming, hiking and more!
The following motto is a living, working text of how Lochearn girls relate to one another and grow into beautiful, well-adjusted young women.
Lochearn Camp Motto
“To be honest, to be kind, to seek a deeper understanding of the beauty about us.
To make the whole camp happier for our being here.
To make and to keep friends, but to do so without surrendering our ideals, and above all to keep friends with ourselves.
To grow to have more courage and self-confidence, and take home an open mind and a kind and caring heart.”
- Vermont Camping Association