Brantwood camp facilities
Situated on 350 scenic acres in the Monadnock Region of New Hampshire, Brantwood boasts two exceptional camp facilities separated into a Girls and Boys Camp. The core program is the same at each Camp, and when possible both camps come together for special events or extra big programming!
Each camp is equipped with comfortable cabins, fully modernized bathrooms, kitchen and dining areas, large indoor recreational space, nature center, spacious activity fields, and a swimming pool. Campers sleep on a combination of bunk beds and cots, both have mattresses. All bathrooms have flush toilets and hot running water for the sinks and showers. Cabins are around a 5 minute walk from the main Commons Dining room and Main Lawn for both camps. Campers are expected to walk across camp regularly for daily programming and events-we definitely get our steps in!
We also have our own Ropes Course on site located between both campuses that everyone shares. Campers get the chance to do low and high ropes, and a small zip line as well. The Ropes Course is a great place for campers to challenge themselves and to encourage their peers to overcome fears and literally reach new heights!
Brantwood owns 100 acres on Silver Lake in nearby Nelson, New Hampshire, where campers have the opportunity to enjoy hiking, swimming, canoeing, and an overnight camp out. Each of the camps as groups of 2-3 cabins have at least one overnight on the lake front. The view is beautiful, and there are plenty of opportunities for canoeing and kayaking around the lake, as well as cooking over the camp fire and sleeping in tents under the stars!
Off Site Adventures
Though there are many activities and programs scheduled on site, campers also get to occasionally travel off site during the term as well! In past summers, we have taken campers to The Friendly Farm, Squam Lake Science Center, The Harris Center for Conservation Education, and hikes to local New Hampshire State Parks. We are always continuing to look for new and exciting activities that we can do with our campers, though most of our program does stay on site for the term.