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32 days to camp!!

Facilities

William Lawrence Camp offers its campers a world-class campus covering 250 acres with 1/2 mile of waterfront on a pristine NH lake.

Campers live in screened cabins separated into the Junior, Middler, and Senior units. Campers are assigned to units based on their grade in school. Each unit has its own bathhouse, and counselors live in the cabins with the campers in separate quarters.

The Centennial Lodge is a new, beautifully constructed activity area that features a large hall with a stage and a basement that houses the new Camp Store and a well equipped weight room. There are plans to finish the basement in the near future to provide dedicated areas for fly tying, a camp museum, a costume room for skits and the Braves Honor Society. The views of area lakes and mountains from the Lodge's deck are unbelievable, as they are in most of camp.

centennial lodge at william lawrence camp

The camp meets three times a day to indulge in the incredible food provided by our camp chef, and to relish in the camp spirit. Our mealtimes are energetic, peppered with songs, chants, and a healthy boisterous attitude.

The Farmhouse is home to the Camp’s year-round administrative offices in addition to the Library, Recreation room, Arts & Crafts, Camp Store, and senior staff housing. The structure itself dates back to the original owner of the land, the farming family Copp. Thus it is a building rich with tradition and character. Our Library houses plaques which catalogue past campers and staff members, as well as those who have earned the right to be called a Brave. In addition to the decor, the Library has a large number of books available for campers to borrow and read at their leisure. The Recreation room has a pool table, two fooz ball tables, as well as a cabinet full of board games.

Our registered camp nurse lives in the Infirmary all summer, ready to care for any and all injuries and ailments. It is located at the bottom of the Knoll, next to the Farmhouse. We are a short 15 minute ride to the hospital should the need arise.

Our Barn is an important area to camp as it provides the ideal location for various Evening Programs, a large game room and, in case of inclement weather, a gymnasium for indoor sports. The Barn dates back to before the founding of the camp and is an important part of the camps heritage. The Barn was recently refurbished as part of the Centennial Campaign to improve its flexibility and usability for the next generation of campers.

the barn at william lawrence camp
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