Summer Camps

summer_camp_fpThe summer camps around Newfound Lake are special members of the Newfound Community. As historical time capsules of beauty and preservation, they protect thousands of feet of shoreline and hundreds of acres of land that is used for education and recreation. The following camps are well-establised stewards of the lake and closely connected to this land:

The summer camps around Newfound Lake are special members of the Newfound Community. As historical time capsules of beauty and preservation, they protect thousands of feet of shoreline and hundreds of acres of land that is used for education and recreation. The following camps are well-establised stewards of the lake and closely connected to this land:

The Mayhew Program

Mayhew is an independant non-profit program belonging to the New Hampshire United Ways of Heritage, Greater Seacoast, Lakes Region, Merrimack Country, Monadnock, North Country and the Upper Valley.

Camp Wicosuta

Camp Wicosuta is a traditional, four-week, overnight summer camp for girls, located in New Hampshire.

Camp Pasquaney

Since 1895, Pasquaney has pursued the goal set by its founder, Edward Simpson Wilson: “To provide a healthful and natural life in the woods, a life which will make boys strong, confident, … self-reliant and efficient, able to do and think for others as well as themselves.” We pursue this goal beneath towering white pines, on a mountainside above Newfound Lake, one of the clearest lakes in the United States.

Camp Onaway

Camp Onaway is a small, non-profit camp for girls dedicated to creating opportunities for each girl to realize her full potential, not in comparison or competition with others, but through aiming consistently toward high standards. In the natural setting of our un-pressured and accepting community, we believe a girl can come to know her own strengths, her values and her own goodness.

Camp Berea

Camp Berea’s mission is to create and continuously develop awesome programs which appeal to children, teens, adults and families such that they respond to the message of Jesus Christ within the context of meaningful relationships and memorable experiences.