Our staff is our greatest asset. Windsor Mountain’s camper to staff ratio is less than 4:1, and we carefully select a team of warm, talented, creative, and mature staff members who love working with children. They come to camp with special talents and skills that they share with campers, and we work closely with them to develop a fun and meaningful summer program that excites and engages campers.
My (Jake’s) dream of owning and directing an overnight summer camp dates back to my early years as a child. I developed a great love for the magic of the camp experience over the eight summers that I spent at camp in New Hampshire. Those sunny summer days have made me a strong believer in the amazing impact camp has on the growth and development of children. I am truly living a lifelong dream of improving the lives of kids. Kerry grew up on a farm in the Midwest, where she also attended camp as a child. When not on the phone chatting with parents, she can be found having fun with campers and staff. We have two camper-age children and a goofy Labradoodle, all of whom love spending their summers at camp in the woods of New Hampshire. As parents, we are keenly aware of the responsibility given to us by camp parents and take the safety, happiness and well-being of every camper to heart. We are accessible, hands-on and committed to creating fun, meaningful and enriching experiences for the entire Windsor Mountain community. We would love to speak with prospective families to share what makes Windsor Mountain so special.
Curtis is the Assistant Director for Windsor Mountain, and has been working with us since 2010. He grew up just down the road and began attending Windsor Mountain as early as age seven. During his college years, Curtis returned to Windsor Mountain from University of New Hampshire to work with campers. In his own words, Windsor Mountain has been his home for a very long time, and he loves giving back to the place that meant so much to him growing up. During the summer, you’ll find him leading crazy games, or dressed up in costume, and connecting with campers of all ages. Curtis can be reached by his email, Curtis@windsormountain.org.
Our staff is our greatest asset. Windsor Mountain’s camper to staff ratio is less than 4:1, and we have an outstanding reputation in the camping world. We carefully select a team of warm, talented, creative, and mature staff members who love working with children. They come to camp with special talents and skills that they share with campers, and we work closely with them to develop a fun and meaningful summer program that excites and engages campers. Counselors, whose average age is 23, arrive from more than a dozen countries each summer. More than half of our staff returns each season and many grew up as Windsor Mountain campers. We provide one of the most thorough orientation programs in camping. Staff is trained in all aspects of camp life, with a focus on how to best foster campers’ growth, development and happiness. Safety is our top priority, and most of our staff is CPR and first-aid certified. Come see for yourself why our staff is the best around.