A Mountain Classroom Program Sites and Fees
All of Mountain Classroom's program sites are set within acres of spectacular natural lands including locations in the White Mountain National Forest of New Hampshire. Access to unparalleled sites from Maine to New Jersey distinguishes A Mountain Classroom from other residential programs.
Our program sites have different overnight capacities and amenities; available hikes also vary. AMC Program Administrators can help you choose the facility that best matches your educational goals and the group's physical requirements. Large groups often book multiple facilities simultaneously to accommodate the entire group.
Our lodges and cabins in Maine's Moosehead Lake Region are roadside facilities (accessible by car) in summer and fall. In winter, they become hike or ski in destinations. Breakfast and dinner is served family style. Overnight capacities vary (range 36-42).
Located in the White Mountains, this roadside facility (accessible by car) holds 95 people. Meals are prepared by our staff and served family-style.
AMC's eight huts are spread throughout the White Mountains and are accessible only by foot. Hiking distances to them range from 1.6 to 5.6 miles with different elevation changes. Overnight accommodations vary from 36 at the smallest to 92 at the largest. Food service changes seasonally.
Located in the White Mountains, this roadside facility (accessible by car) holds 70 people. Meals are prepared by our staff and served family-style.
Cardigan Lodge is a roadside facility (accessible by car) and has an overnight capacity of 56. Tenting is available, also. Meals are prepared by our staff and served family-style.
Noble View is a roadside facility (accessible by car) with space for 28 in bunk rooms with additional camping. Meals are self-service meaning students, school chaperones, and AMC staff will work together to cook and clean up food provided by AMC.
AMC Harriman Outdoor Center, Harriman State Park, Haverstraw, NY
Harriman, open from May through October, is accessible by car with space for 70 in bunks with an additional option for camping on tent platforms. Meals are self-service meaning students, school chaperones, and AMC staff will work together to cook and clean up food provided by AMC.
Mohican is a year round facility accessible by car with space for 70 in bunks with an additional option for camping. Meals at Mohican are self-service meaning students, school chaperones, and AMC staff will work together to cook and clean up food provided by AMC.
Day Programs at AMC Program Sites
$27.00-$45.00/student, students need to bring lunch
Overnight Programs at AMC Program Sites (Sunday - Thursday nights)
2 days/1 night $111.00-$150.00/student
3 days/2 nights $180.00-$270.00/student
4 days/3 nights $257.00-$350.00/student
5 days/4 nights $362.00-$448.00/student
Overnight fees include
Instruction, all meals from the first day's dinner to the last day's lunch, lodging, and equipment rental.
One chaperone for every ten students may attend at no cost. Additional chaperones pay the student rate.
Payment in full is expected at least 30 days in advance of the program start date.
Due to weekday discounts, programs using Friday and/or Saturday nights have higher fees than those listed above. Call for exact fees if your stay may include a Friday or Saturday night.
For Sunday (except holiday Sundays) to Thursday program nights, the final date for reservation changes is fourteen days prior to your arrival date. The participant number (adults and youth) that is reserved at that point will be the number for which full payment is expected, regardless of actual attendance. If we have not received payment 30 days prior to your program, we may cancel your reservation to make space available for others. For Friday and Saturday program nights, the final date for reservation changes is 30 days prior to your arrival date. Refunds are not given closer to the program date than 30 days.
AMC offers very competitive day and overnight program rates. Price comparisons with other environmental and leadership development programs in the region is available here or call 603-278-3182.
Suggestions for fund raising are available here.