What time does the camp begin?
Campers should arrive between noon and 3:00pm on Sunday, July 9. We will have an all camp meeting at 4:00pm (parents welcome). The first ice session is Sunday evening at 6:30pm
Is there a trainer/medical staff on site?
Yes, a certified athletic trainer will attend all ice sessions and be on-call 24/7. In addition, University of Vermont Medical Center is on campus.
Who can attend?
Summit Hockey Camps are open to any female player regardless of ability graduating high school 2020-2022.
Can campers request roommates?
Yes! We will do our best to accommodate all requests.
Do campers need to bring their own bedding?
Yes, players need to bring their own sheets, towels and blankets.
What else do campers need to bring?
In addition to bringing a quest for knowledge, campers will need: Hockey equipment, including two or more sticks (jerseys provided), any medications you take regularly, clothing for the entirety of camp including clothes for outdoor activities.
What is the best airport to fly into?
Burlington International Airport (BTV) is less than 3 miles from campus. We will provide free transportation to and from the airport the morning of July 9 and the afternoon of July 14. Sorry, but we cannot house campers on campus who plan to arrive prior to July 9.

Have more questions? Contact us at info@summithockeycamps.com