The PCP Kitchen
Chef Steve, a native Vermonter, has been with Point CounterPoint from the start. He claims he could survive in the woods as long as he has his rifle, bow and arrow, fishing rod and a knife. Chef Steve hunts, fishes, forages, and with his kitchen staff provides three delectable meals daily. We use many locally sourced food products and we make everything but the bread from scratch. PCP is known for its delicious and nutritious, and often unusual meals!
Dietary/Allergy Accomodations: We are a nut-free facility. We offer fresh and healthy meals, with vegetarian options daily. In addition, we offer dairy free options everyday. A high priority is placed on providing well-balanced meals. Please let us know of food allergies prior to arriving at PCP. In order to maintain rodent and vermin-free living areas, we do not allow food in the cabins. Campers should not bring food into camp or receive it from visitors or in the mail; it will be confiscated. For specific questions/concerns regarding food please do not hesitate to contact our Executive Director Jenny Beck.
"Chef is super accommodating with everyone’s food needs, and he makes really interesting meals. Last year he went out and collected a bunch of mushrooms and made a special dish with them. If you’re a vegetarian, which I am, he always has options. I love his maple pie, he’s really nice, and he wears cool pants." - Maddy (pcp camper)
"The chocolate milk is amazing, and Chef always tries to get a good mix of foods from different cultures, and things you wouldn’t usually find at a camp. The food is always really good, and it’s one of the reasons I keep coming back."
- Schuyler (pcp camper)
Oh and by the way, we serve local Vermont milk and the best chocolate milk in the world. Yes. Really.