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Time Off

Camp is all about the kids, but there is still a lot for you to do on your time-off! You will have plenty of opportunities to explore New England and hang out with your new friends.

Travel near or far! There is always an adventure waiting to be had.

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Explore These Cities & Towns

  • Boston, MA - 2 hours south of camp - city filled with rich history, diverse neighborhoods and a legacy arts, culture, and education. Boston has something for everyone!
  • Freeport, ME - 2 hours east of camp - One of Maine’s top tourist destinations boasting a mix of local shops and restaurants, national retailer outlets, and historic points of interest. Maybe stop at Orchard Beach for some sun and boardwalk fun while you are there!
  • Portsmouth, NH - 2 hour southeast of camp - A great seacoast town filled with amazing shopping, dining options, and more. Not to mention there are a lot of nearby beaches for soaking up the sun!
  • North Conway, NH - 1 hour north of camp - A popular destination in the Mount Washington Valley, offering everything from great shopping and dining to hiking and other outdoor adventure.
  • Meredith, NH - 20 minutes from camp - Closest town to camp with plenty of shopping, dining, and other activities.
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Outdoor Adventure & Other Opportunities

  • Tubing or White Water Rafting down the Saco River
  • Hiking Mount Washington & Franconia Notch
  • Town Docks in Meredith, NH - great outdoor restaurant with a yummy ice cream stand next door
  • Jojo’s Country Store in Moultonborough, NH - Country store with yummy sub sandwiches and whoopie pies
  • Fun Spot in Laconia, NH - Largest arcade in the world featuring games from the late 1970’s to the present