Get your child outside this February vacation week with our Winter Kids’ Camp where they’ll meet new friends, try new outdoor sports, and play in the snow!
Each day of our winter Kids’ Camp will provide an exciting new selection of adventures for your camper. Our friendly, experienced instructors will help guide campers in small groups through winter sports such as cross-country skiing and snowshoeing, as well as other fun activities like geocaching, shelter building, sledding, and camp craft skills.
We’ll also play lots of games that will encourage lifelong friendships to be built among your camper and their peers. Our camp fosters an environment where campers can develop confidence while trying new winter sports and exploring Maine’s great outdoors.
Our campers love being able to explore the Maine woods on cross-country skis, snowshoe their way to our sledding hill, and meet the Maine Search and Rescue Dog group for a hands-on demonstration!
Camp hours are 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., Monday through Friday. You can sign up for the whole week of adventure or for single days. Whichever fits your camper’s schedule! Special sibling and multi-session discounts are available.
All necessary equipment for these outdoor adventures is provided. Please be sure to view our packing list to make sure your child is best prepared for the weather.
Check out the daily activity schedule to see what a typical day at camp looks like!
NOTE: Drop-off and pick-up is at the L.L.Bean Paddling Center at 14 Marietta Lane in Freeport, Maine.
L.L.Bean does not usually cancel events due to inclement weather. However, we reserve the right to cancel an event at any time due to severe weather, low enrollment or other concerns. If L.L.Bean cancels your event, you will receive a full refund for the cost of your reservation
*Synthetic clothing dries quickly and is the best choice for outdoor pursuits. Please do not wear cotton clothing. When wet, cotton rapidly robs the heat from your body and takes a long time to dry. We also recommend you dress in multiple layers, allowing you more flexibility to comfortably respond to the weather conditions and your level of exertion.