Since 1903, Tecumseh has encouraged boys to seek the best in themselves, as athletes, as risk takers, as explorers and as citizens of a larger community. A wholesome environment, a picturesque setting, excellent facilities, skilled and caring counselors - all create an experience that fosters spiritual, mental and physical growth.
At Glen Brook we create a community that values creativity, compassion and stewardship.
We offer a traditional sports oriented camp experience in beautiful New Hampshire. Our highly diversified curriculum emphasizes tennis and waterfront activities. Join the Pierce Family, one of the oldest camping families in America.
As a leader in youth development, Merrowvista inspires people to be their best selves. We achieve this by creating a fun and safe environment where campers will learn new skills and make new friends – and we believe much more is possible!
Run by the Mass Audubon Society, Wildwood offers campers a chance to reconnect with nature through outdoor exploration and hands-on discovery. Campers experience traditional camp and nature-based activities at our serene location in Rindge, NH. With day camps, one- and two- week overnight sessions, a Leaders-in-Training program, Teen Adventure Trips, and Family Camp, Wildwood has a summer experience for everyone.
Camp Starfish is a not-for-profit residential camp which serves children between the ages of 6 to 18 who have emotional, behavioral and learning challenges.
The quintessenial, traditional New Hampshire summer camp, located on Lake Ossipee.
Quinebarge fosters friendship, fun, and personal development in a coed, traditional overnight camp setting.
Brewster Academy Summer School is both a summer school and a camp, located in Wolfeboro, NH, a cozy resort town on the shores of Lake Winnipesaukee.
Camp Wabasso is owned by the Girl Scouts of Eastern Massachusetts. Girls ages 7-17 can choose 1/2, 1, 2, or 3 week long sessions. Camp Wabasso offers both general camp programs and specialty programs such as horseback riding.
Our mission at Camp Hawkeye is to bring together a diverse community of individuals that include campers and staff from a variety of geographic, socioeconomic, cultural, ethnic, and religious backgrounds. In this way we seek to bridge social, economic, and cultural gaps to build positive relationships and deep mutual understanding for our young campers.