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Camp Moosilauke

Residential and overnight camps, Boys only
55 Moosilauke Way, Orford, NH

Moosilauke is one of the oldest residential summer camps in the U.S. Since our founding in 1904, our mission has been simple but powerful: creating confident, happy, and resilient boys. Our continued success in achieving our goals is due to a number of factors: our positive and nurturing peer culture; our program of positive risk taking that encompasses a high level of skill development in sports, waterfront and outdoor adventure; our emphasis on both structure and choice; and our extraordinary attention to the individual needs of each boy. Combine all of this with an enthusiastic and diverse group of 130 campers (from 18 states and 7 countries), an experienced and caring staff, and an incredible campus (100 acres on a secluded mile-long lake in the White Mountains of NH), and you have all the makings for an amazing summer.





Balanced Program with many offerings
Camp Moosilauke offers a wide range of activities in the areas of athletics, waterfront and outdoor adventure


Flexibility and Choice in programming
Campers try every activity we offer and then have the opportunity to choose their activities daily


Outdoor Adventure Program
Camp Moosilauke offers a challenging outdoor program with campers of all ages engaging in experiences.


Great staff!
Camp Moosilauke is fortunate to have a terrific staff who return year after year.


Intentional Community
We spend intentional time with our campers and counselors creating a culture of kindness and respect.


Proactive communication with families
We place a priority on communicating with our families throughout the summer to great the best experience for the campers.


We have great options on our waterfront – sailing, canoeing, kayaking, wakesurfing/boarding, waterskiing, paddleboarding, etc.


Health Care
We have 2 RNs on campus 24/7 for excellent care for campers and communication with families


So many activities!
Camp Moosilauke has a range of fun activities – woodworking, archery, fishing, baseball, tennis, nature program, and so many more!