The Moosilauke campus is extraordinary. The Camp resides on more than 100 acres of forests and fields and a secluded mile-long lake in the White Mountains of NH. Camps with twice as many campers make do with campuses half our size.
Over one mile of shore front is owned by the Camp and kept for the private use of the campers. The lake is the site for a multitude of activities including swimming, sailing, standup paddle boarding, kayaking, water skiing, wakeboarding, wakesurfing, canoeing, swimming, fishing and nature excursions.
The array of facilities and activities on land is equally impressive: five clay tennis courts, two basketball courts with lights, two minor league quality baseball diamonds, two soccer fields, a lacrosse field, and an archery range. A wood shop, arts and crafts center, and two large recreation halls round out the non-athletic facilities.
Campers are housed in comfortable screened cabins with electricity and dormitory style beds. Campers eat in our historic Moose Dining Hall which is also home to our display of Camp memorabilia, dating back to our founding in 1904.
All of this is located within easy access of New England’s best rivers and mountains.