Moose At A Glance

Type of camp: boy’s residential, traditional

Year established: 1904

Number of campers: about 140 (each session)

Number of states represented by our campers: 18

Number of countries represented by our campers: 6

Camper ages: 8-15

Camper return rate: 75%

Session lengths: 4.5 and 2.5-week sessions

Session dates for 2017:

  • 4.5 week June 21 – July 21, 2018
  • 2.5 week July 23 – August 8, 2018

Tuition for 2018:

  • 4.5 week $6,700 tuition, plus $1,000 registration deposit
  • 2.5 week $3,750 tuition, plus $500 registration deposit
  • 4.5 week CIT program $3,850
  • 2.5 week CIT program $2,125

Number of cabin/activity counselors: nearly 50; plus 6-8 Counselors-in-Training

Camper to counselor ratio: 3 to 1

% of staff who have been at Moosilauke for more than one year: 50%

Activity areas:

  • Land sports: baseball, basketball, lacrosse, soccer, tennis, archery, ultimate frisbee
  • Waterfront: canoeing, kayaking, sailing, swimming, waterskiing/wakeboarding/wakesurfing, windsurfing, rowing
  • Outdoor adventure: Backcountry Leadership Program, hiking, whitewater canoeing and kayaking, rock climbing, mountain biking
  • Other: woodworking, arts and crafts

Campus: over 200 acres and a mile of shoreline

Key facilities:

  • 5 clay tennis courts
  • 2 minor league quality baseball diamonds
  • 1 batting cage
  • 2 basketball courts
  • 2 soccer fields
  • 1 lacrosse field
  • 1 archery range
  • private waterfront/swimming area

Daily program: assigned periods in the morning; camper choice in the afternoon (selected each day)

Accreditation: Accredited by the American Camping Association



As seen in the Boston Globe

 

Where boys can be boys, with no iPhones in sight

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July 22, 2017
ORFORD, N.H. — As the gathering dusk surrenders to a warm summer night, constellations take their timeless forms Read More…

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