The quintessential Vermont family camp, Ohana is one of five renowned summer camps operated by The Aloha Foundation. The camps are the legacy of an adventuresome family who lived and taught in Hawaii in the 19th century, and returned to New England early in the 20th to establish a pioneering wilderness camp for girls in Fairlee, Vermont. In the Hawaiian language, ohana means family, community, a circle of good friends. So the camp we call Ohana brings families and friends together to refresh and celebrate their ties, and build new ones with others who enjoy living simply for a time in the out-of-doors, and sharing all that nature has to offer.
- All Year
- Wildlife & Nature
- Lebanon Municipal Airport (LEB) / 17.8 miles
- Rutland - Southern Vermont Regional Airport (RUT) / 43.4 miles
- Dillant Hopkins Airport (EEN) / 67.7 miles
* Not all airports listed here may be open to public use, or service commercial flights