Aloha and Aloha Hive are traditional sleep-away camps for girls who love living simply in nature, learning new skills and making fabulous friendships. Though traditional, Aloha and Aloha Hive are no ordinary summer camps. Our community is caring and encouraging—we are a place where every young woman discovers her personal strengths and best self.
Each summer, campers build a strong camp community and forge lifelong relationships. At camp, we intentionally leave behind some of the distractions of girls’ daily worlds. We wear simple uniforms, so clothing and styles aren’t a focus. We leave our cell phones and computers at home, so we talk to each other face-to-face. We make our own music together. And we write letters home with paper and pen!
Campers learn the value each girl brings to the community. Together we share interests, knowledge, and ideas in our tents, at the table and during activities. And with the help of outstanding mentors trained in the art of Success Counseling, campers learn to address challenges with self awareness and creativity. Every camper brings the gift of self-discovery back into her life at home and in school.
“At camp, I don’t have to pretend to be someone else to please other people. Because everyone is so accepting, I’ve built friendships I know will last.”
– Kate Gasparro, Aloha Camper ‘16
Since 1915, Hive, located on Lake Fairlee, has been a natural place for a girl to discover the person she really wants to be.
For girls, ages 7-12.
Since 1905, girls from the world over have shared the magic of Aloha, surrounded by pine forests, sunlit meadows and Lake Morey’s sparkling waters.
For girls, ages 12-17.