LOCATED IN BUCOLIC CHARLESTOWN, NH
150 ACRES OF HAPPINESS
Two hours drive northwest of Boston at the end of its own dirt road, surrounded by America's largest Maple syrup farm, sits the 150 acre site of Camp Hawkeye. The camp sits in a hollow in the rolling hills of Western NH between the Green Mountains of Vermont and New Hampshire's iconic White Mountains. Bordered on one side by Great Brook and the other by acres of woods filled with trails Hawkeye is an amazing place away from the bustle.
OVER 100 YEARS OF HISTORY
Mostly wooded, Hawkeye is on the site of an old New Hampshire farm that was transformed to a children's camp nearly one hundred years ago. Stone walls outline what once were fields and pastures but now sit reassuringly among the pines and maples, creating great places to hide clues for the annual Treasure Hunt or conceal the Bumppo Stick as campers and staff search the camp for it high and low. The site in Charlestown became our permanent home February of 2020.
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