Whether hosting your next event, family reunion, celebrating a wedding, corporate event, or initiating a yoga retreat, triathlon or marathon training weekend the grounds at Camp Fiver will provide a memorable, non-traditional experience.
Our 129-acre facility includes rolling hills, woodlands, wetlands, sprawling fields and is surrounded by a river. The camp combines nature's best with a touch of rustic charm. The grounds include housing, dining and cooking facilities, a 36-acre natural lake, basketball courts, two tennis courts and a barn.
Amenities for All Events
- 3,500-square-foot dining hall with industrial sized kitchen, plus an additional 500-square-foot exterior terrace connected.
- 2,500-square-foot open-air pavilion with stadium seating built into the hillside for up to 200 people
- 6 foot banquet tables and picnic benches
- Sound system in the pavilion and dining hall
- Large fields can accommodate tents
- Lakeside seating for 180 at the campfire pit overlooking the lake
- 13 wood cabins for housing, rustic camp facilities (off site housing options listed below)
- Several additional meeting rooms and offices available
- Camp Fiver has a full industrial kitchen with walk-in refrigerator and freezer as well as reach-in refrigerator, warming trays, grill top, ovens, ice machine and dish washer.
- There are several catering facilities nearby including two that have hosted events at Camp Fiver: Michael’s Fine Food and Spirits in Waterville and Poolville Country Store in Poolville.
Off-Site Housing Options
There are many hotels and bed and breakfasts nearby.
About Camp Fiver
Camp Fiver is the cornerstone program of the Fiver Children's Foundation. The camp grounds are only used during the months of June through August. Fiver's youth development and camp programs focus on cultivating character, helping children learn to work as a team, try new things, and make good decisions that translate into success in school, careers, and life. During school year, the staff relocates to their New York City offices to continue guiding these children.
About the Name
Fiver is a rabbit character in the novel, Watership Down by Richard Adams. The book was a favorite of Fiver’s founder, Tom Tucker, and the rabbit, Fiver, had always stood out as the visionary. Fiver demonstrated courage in leading his family to a safe new home, away from the dangers that awaited them if they failed to move. As such, the Fiver Children’s Foundation was formed.