Brantwood Camp Celebrates

120 years

Brantwood Camp 120th Anniversary Celebration Weekend

Join the BWC Family for a once-in-a-lifetime commemoration that will include Food, Fun, a Live DJ, an Auction, a Raffle, Games, a Back to the Shack, and drinks. These are all designed to ensure a great time for the whole BWC family, near and far!


Saturday, August 24th &  Sunday 25th, 2024 (choose one or both days!)


 127 Brantwood Camp Rd. , Greenfield, NH 03047


120th Anniversary Celebration Fundraiser

Saturday, August 24th , 5-10PM

  • Back to the Shack! Optional overnight stay at BWC, first come first serve (local lodging also available)
  • Sunset cocktails and dinner on the Murphy Lawn
  • Live DJ, Dancing, Auction & Raffles
  • Limited seating so sign-up early to reserve your spot! 

Click here to register for Saturday Evening

*21+ event with movie night for kids 4 and up in the Winslow building.

Alumni Day!

Sunday, August 25th , Begins at 9am with Rising Bells

  • Complimentary Breakfast 
  • Games & Camp Activities 
  • BWC swag
  • Dunk Tank featuring BWC Legends
  • Petting Zoo from Amazing Grace Animal Sanctuary
  • Alumni Meeting

Click here to register for Sunday!

If you have any questions, please contact Julie Merritt at

Places to stay in the Monadnock Region

If you prefer not to stay at camp, please look to some of our local venues for accommodations!

Join us to celebrate 120 years of Brantwood Camp history!

Get your tickets while they last


The complete Brantwood Archives are now part of the Peterborough Historical Society’s Permanent Collection (19 Grove St., Special credit goes to Honorary Trustee Jim Jenkins for his pioneering work in this regard and for his continued devotion to Brantwood and its Archives. Also thanks to everyone who helped with the Archives during their travels, especially Tony and Elsa Hill at St. Mark’s School, former PC Tim Barton, the Gurney family, Ms. Willey, current St. Marker Lindsey Gurian (the 2003 recipient of the John Elliot Seager Cup as the summer’s best shack counselor at Brantwood for Girls), and several folks at the Fay School. Finally, much appreciation and gratitude to everyone at the Peterborough Historical Society for their welcoming hospitality and generous patience.

The Latest Book on Brantwood History

The new Brantwood History, To Honor The Trust, researched and written by Camp historian and current trustee Nick Noble is available for purchase. To order your copy of the most recent history book please contact us.