Fall Doe Camp, September 14-16, 2018 at Jackson's Lodge, Canaan, Vermont
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Doe Camp update on August 27, 2018
If you are late in signing up for Doe Camp, here's what you need to know:
The cabins are full but we have space for camping out or daily drive-ins.
The only classes with space left on Friday are Log Rolling and Photography
On Saturday and Sunday there are openings in several classes. See our schedule for the list of classes that are full.
Vermont Outdoors Woman is offering a weekend retreat for adventurous women 18 years and older in Canaan, Vermont in September. It will be the beginning of Vermont's fall foliage season and classes are held in the woods and on the lake.
Between courses there is ample free time to talk to instructors, mingle, explore or just relax on the sandy beach -- and the evening campfires are always popular.
Jackson's Lodge & Log Cabins, a family resort located on the shores of beautiful Lake Wallace in Vermont’s scenic Northeast Kingdom, has been a favorite destination of savvy vacationers for decades. And it is the perfect setting for Fall Doe Camp. Located in Vermont's moose country, Jackson's Café is a local favorite for homemade breakfast and baked goods (including gluten free). Proprietor, Gloria Jackson is once again preparing to make this the best Fall Doe Camp ever. Don't miss our moose (if we get one) BBQ on Saturday evening.
Lakeside log cabins at Jackson’s Lodge combine a rustic and relaxing family-friendly atmosphere with modern necessities. Campers can bring sleeping bags or rent linens.
Sponsored in part by: We welcome new sponsors!
Send in a deposit now to hold your spot for the 2018 Fall Doe Camp (click to download a printable PDF).Cost: $390 with 10% discounts available for groups of 3 or more and mother/daughter teams. Save $140 by camping out.
Fall Doe Camp at Jackson's Lodge in Canaan, Vermont
"What a wonderful wonderful thing Doe Camp is. I am particularly glad for the focus on promoting mother – daughter opportunities." Kathleen G
"I can't stop thinking about last weekend and wish it was already time for the next Doe Camp. I met so many nice people and learned such fun and interesting things. I told my sister who couldn't make it last weekend that I think this is going to be an annual event for us!" Jennifer T