What better way to spend those long summer days than ripping and shredding at America’s Bike Park? Learn to shred the mountain from Highland Camps’ expertly trained coaches during one of our five weeklong Summer Ride sessions.

Summer Ride is a multi-day camp for 3rd to 7th graders interested in mountain biking. We offer both day camp and overnight options. Campers of all abilities will learn new skills, develop more confidence, make new friendships, and take their riding to the next level. Riders have the opportunity to focus on specific freeride and downhill skills with an emphasis on safety and rider etiquette.


  • Located at Highland Mountain Bike Park in Northfield, NH — an hour and a half drive north of Boston
  • All-inclusive overnight camp: food, lodging, transportation, lift tickets, instruction, and lifetime memories
  • Overnight and day camp options available
  • For campers going into grades 3rd – 7th in the fall of 2020

Highland Mountain Bike Park Facilities:

  • Many premier lift-access trails, ranging from beginner to pro lines
  • Multiple skill-building areas
  • Multiple jump parks
  • 50X50ft Ayr Bag
  • Highland Training Center (9,100 square foot indoor facility)


Off the mountain, the quality camp experience continues!

Summer Ride partners with a local private academy to provide camper accommodations at the Tilton School.The campus is located a short van trip from Highland Mountain. Campers will live in the Ayr dormitory and have access to top-notch school facilities including the gym, dining hall, basketball court, sports fields, lounges, and more.

Food & Beverage:

The Summer Ride overnight camp price includes three meals a day, beverages and snacks. Breakfast and dinner will be served in the school’s dining facility. 

Plate/bag lunches will be served to all campers slope-side at Highland Mountain in a designated camp dining area.


When not riding on the mountain or in the HTC there’s plenty of off-slope entertainment. Can’t sit still? Jump into one of many camp games, knockout, or foam pit drop sessions. Campers will be able to kick back in one of the school’s lounges equipped with pool tables, ping pong, foosball, and air hockey.

Make sure you come to camp well rested!

What does a typical day look like?

8:00am–8:30am — Breakfast at the school dining hall*
8:45am–9:00am — Bus over to Highland Mountain*
9:30am–12:00pm —Riding skill of the day instruction
12:00pm–1:00pm — Lunch break at Highland
1:00pm–5:00pm — Ride Mountain
5:30pm–5:45pm — Bus back to school*
6:00pm–7:00pm — Dinner at school dining hall*
7:00pm–9:00pm — Evening activity/downtime*
9:00pm — Bed time*

* Overnight campers only

Overnight campers return to Highland on Tuesday nights for games and riding. There will always be a group participating in non-riding games or downtime for campers too tired to ride.

Schedule subject to change based on weather and participants.

Do I have to be an Expert Rider?

You don’t have to be an expert rider

We welcome all riding levels. Highland Mountain offers trails for a full spectrum of abilities. We’ve hosted first-timers to advanced riders with years of experience. Our coaching staff is trained to evaluate campers and group them into instruction groups based on ability levels, so every camper gets the attention they need to progress.

Practice makes perfect

Most of the Highland campers are intermediate riders who just want to improve their skills, learn to catch some air, or hit a famous drop at Highland. Every morning coaches focus on a valuable fundamental skill in a small-group setting, then work on dialing those skills throughout the day.

What if I have a Special Diet?

We can accommodate many dietary needs. Meals always have a vegetarian option. On your enrollment forms, there will be space to describe in as much detail as possible any dietary needs. Please contact us with any questions.