Kenmont Camp Overview

Kent. Connecticut

American Summer Camps

Kenmont Camp Overview

At a Glance

Location: Kent. Connecticut
Fly Into: New York (JFK)
Gender: Boys Only
Length: We offer two 4-week sessions
Ages: 8-15

Camp Highlights

  • Wonderful Lakefront Program
  • Waterski, Wakeboarding, Sailing, Canoeing and more
  • Instructional Sports Program for all ages
  • Extreme Sports including Skateboarding & Go Karts
  • Only 90 minutes from New York City

About

Operating since 1924, we are brother/sister camps with two separate but equal facilities, located only 90 minutes from New York City set on a magnificent 200 acre lakefront property in the foot hills of the Berkshire Mountains. We have a well-rounded program in Sports, Creative Arts and Outdoor Adventure that offers our campers great instruction and recreational experiences. There are up to 225 boys and 225 girls in each session, ranging in age from 8 to 15.

Our program revolves around two 4 week sessions.

Each session comprises of 4 program cycles, and special events. Our program is unique in that all of our campers arrive together, and leave together. They share the camp experience as a whole community and no one can sign up for more than one session.

Camp’s tradition, location, program and staff make it a premier, “Stand Out” camp.
There is no other 4 week camp like us on the planet, making our camps truly special places.

Our Mission Statement

KenMont and KenWood Camps provide an experience for campers, family and staff that focus on physical, emotional and social accomplishments.

Our team models a strong sense of character and the ability to accept challenges that help build life skills, independence and personal growth.

We carry with us KenMont and KenWood's traditions and memories as a guide to live, share and connect as part of our community.

How We Accommodate International Campers

KenMont and KenWood Camps provides door-to-door service with staff chaperons for our international campers. They will pick up your child at the airport upon arrival and stay with them until their plane departs on the last day of camp.