If it’s an adventure for kids that you seek then Jay Peak Mountain Kids Adventure Center is what you seek. Make the best of your holiday weekends with family when you visit this spectacular avenue as it provides the best set of adventures that the kids from the age 3-12 can hope to have. The place offers different packages for the kids of different ages and makes the activities more fun by pitching the kids for the activities that are challenging for their age. There are a variety of trainers and guides available to make sure that you do not find yourself lost or without any help amid the high sloped ice-covered mountains.
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Jay Peak Mountain Kids Adventure Center Reviews & Ratings
Ski school for ages 3- 12. Lunch, snacks and skiing. Good learning terrain and the instructors are fun oriented.
Kids loved their afternoon break from the mountain, dads loved the bar overlooking the place so we could multitask.
The kids (5 and 8) learned a lot with two days of lessons and had a great time!
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Very enjoyable couple of days. We went in the middle of the week in the summer, for Pump House. It was worth the drive and will go back in the winter. Staff were very friendly, and the life guards were definitely paying attention. Beds were comfy and shower was great. Very clean everywhere. (I was able to relax and not worry constantly about catching some illness.) The compound is huge and rock climbing was definitely a huge hit. The only thing is... the food sucks. Went to Foundry for breakfast and I swear, I haven’t had canned corn beef hash for years. Dinner at Foundry was equally disappointing. I thought other reviewers were being snobby. No, just be prepared... it’s bad. But in a kids museum or theme park way I guess. Pizza was good but I mean, it’s pizza. I was so hungry, however, I did finish all my food. (So I guess it wasn’t inedible?) We plan to bring our food and coffee next time. The room came with a mini fridge and a small stove. To me, the food situation disqualifies Jay Peak as a ‘resort.’