Our 7 week community focuses on child development through friendship & skill building in sports, arts & adventure.
Road's End Farm is a small camp that appeals to girls who just love being around horses, caring for them, and riding for enjoyment rather than competition. Riding, farm chores, swimming, canoeing and arts and crafts round out the program.
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.
Part school, part camp, and part festival, the Walden School Young Musicians Program convenes each summer for five weeks in the beautiful Monadnock region in Dublin, New Hampshire. Through rigorous and innovative daily instruction, students hone their musical and creative skills within a supportive community of like-minded peers and mentors, with a goal of improvising and composing original works.
We are located on Alton Bay overlooking Lake Winnipesaukee, with a variety of facilities lodging and meeting facilities that we utilize to host overnight retreats and lots more.
Mowglis is a non-profit residential camp located in Hebron, NH and offers a traditional summer camping experience for boys ages 7-15. The camp’s property includes 125 acres of pine woods and open space as well as an extensive shoreline.
Camp Wicosuta is a traditional four-week all girls summer camp. Campers enjoy a broad variety of programs and are cared for by some of the best counselors in the camping industry. Our campers leave Wico more confident, competent, and feel connected to a community that loves them.
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.
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.
Kingswood Camp for Boys, located in the White Mountain National Forest region of New Hampshire, provides a unique New England summer camping experience for boys, ages 7 and up.
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.
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.