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 sailing, kayaking, windsurfing, water skiing, wake boarding, wake surfing, canoeing, swimming, fishing and nature excursions.
The array of facilities and activities on land is equally impressive: five clay tennis courts, two basketball/hockey courts with lights, two minor league quality baseball diamonds, two soccer fields, a lacrosse field, and an archery range. A wood shop, 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.
Moosilauke, located in Orford, NH, at 55 Moosilauke Way, is 30 minutes from Hanover, NH. It is a 4.5-hour drive from New York City, and 2.5 hours by car from Boston. Air travel is possible through Manchester, NH, and Boston, MA.
Directions from NYC: Take either Interstate 95, 84, or the Merritt Parkway to 91 North. Stay on 91 to exit 15 in Fairlee, VT and Orford NH. Turn right off exit to Route 5, and head north on 5 to the center of Fairlee, where you take a right across the bridge into NH and Route 10. Turn right on 10 South and proceed for 1 block, and then turn left onto 25A (at the Orford Service Center). Travel for 10 miles and take the second left at the bottom of a large hill.
Directions from Boston: Take Interstate 93 North until the second Plymouth NH exit. Follow Route 3A to Route 25 to Rumney NH; stay on 25 for approximately 10 miles to Wentworth. Take a left at the yellow blinking light onto 25A and travel 5 miles, where you will see the Camp sign and entrance on the right.