We are excited to announce the Class of 1970 Outdoor Center at Marshall Pond!
Located just a mile from campus, the sites at Barrows Barn and Marshall Pond will provide students of all ages and activity levels the opportunity to swim, camp, canoe, and sleep under the stars.
Hebron Academy’s system of groomed trails, used for hiking, biking, snowshoeing, and cross-country skiing, represents an asset of the school, allowing immediate access to the environs, including to Marshall Pond, a 158-acre freshwater pond sourced from the larger Hall’s Pond located upstream.
The Outdoor Center creates a hub for outdoor education and exploration. Anchored by a cottage with additional decking for community activities, the center also provides a tent camping site and a dock for launching watercraft. Upon completion, the Center will include a fire pit, tent platforms, canoe and kayak racks, and equipment.
The site will be immediately accessible to students who seek the opportunity to explore the outdoors and sleep in tents outside. Students will feel Maine breezes and sleep under the branches of juniper and fir trees. The Outdoor Center will be the heart of outdoor activity for the middle school and upper school alike, and the Academy will fulfill the promise of its unique location.