Our two private lakes and surrounding wetlands provide an ideal setting for all types of water related activities and are well-suited for satisfying a boy’s curiosity and developing his self-confidence and physical coordination.
Campers enjoy exploring the aquatic habitats of the animals that live at Night Eagle. Campers have waded through the wetlands and crawled inside an abandoned beaver lodge, walked on a ten foot tall beaver dam, listened to King Fishers rattle overhead as they patrol the lakes and stared in awe at Great Blue Herons and loons. After practicing their stalking techniques, campers are sometimes able to catch a glimpse of a bull moose as it browses for food along the lake’s edge or surprise a family of otters as they play around the floating dock.
Waterfront activities may begin before breakfast with a brisk dip as a member of the Polar Bear Club, or it may start with a community water safety class later in the morning. In the afternoon, a session in canoeing or swimming instruction might be followed by a general swim, a watermelon scramble, or even a log rolling challenge.
In the past, campers and counselors have worked together to make lasting contributions to the waterfront by designing and building a tripod rope swing and a floating dock which they ceremoniously launched. On such fun projects, work and play become one and everyone is proud of the results!
After supper may find campers enjoying a twilight canoe ride, an all-camp water game or an impromptu Coyote Cooler -- all, of course, under the supervision of Red Cross trained personnel. Under no circumstances is a boy allowed in the lake or on a river unless he has passed a swimming test and there is a certified lifeguard on duty.
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Night Eagle Wilderness Adventures, Inc.
P.O. Box 374, Cuttingsville, Vermont 05738
Phone (802) 446-6100
Bruce Moreton, Owner
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