Windsor Mountain’s private 365-acre camp is located on a beautiful lake among the pristine white-pine forest of southwestern New Hampshire. Our summer camp facilities are well-kept and built into the natural beauty of the surrounding landscape, providing the perfect summer camp setting. Scroll through the photos below and visit our Virtual Tour and Interactive Map to get a feel for life at Windsor Mountain.
At the heart of camp is our dining hall and expansive deck, offering plenty of gathering places for campers. Our cabin meadow includes our farm, garden and a grassy meadow with our all-camp fire-pit. Our bunks divide campers by age, and each is well-maintained and has electricity with bathrooms inside or near-by. Each area includes a gathering space for campers to connect.
Girls finishing grades 2-6 live in the “Treehouse”, a two-story bunkhouse nestled in the white pines just up the hill from the lake. Each bunk houses six to eight girls, with counselors living in attached rooms. The bathroom, which includes hot showers, is just a few steps away. On the other side, an expansive deck connects to a cozy library where campers can spend rainy days or simply a quiet hour.
Boys finishing grades 2-6 live in traditional, New England style cabins located near the cabin meadow and garden. Each cabin bunks seven to ten boys and has running water, toilets and sinks. The hot showers are set back just behind the cabins. A fire pit in the cabin meadow makes a wonderful gathering spot.
While the name dates back to when this living unit was comprised of platform tents, today our older campers live in Amish-built cabins that sleep eight to ten. Our Leaders-In-Training stay in Adirondack-like cabins and canvas tents on raised platforms. All living units have lights and electricity, and bathroom facilities and new showers are located nearby. A stone campfire pit and a pavilion with a fieldstone fireplace offer welcoming places to sing and connect with friends.