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Windsor Mountain International

Windsor Mountain Summer Camp in southwestern New Hampshire is an extraordinary place for children ages 8-16. For generations, children from the United States and countries around the globe have come to Windsor Mountain to live and play together in a unique and magical place where friendship, creativity and community thrive. We are a non-competitive camp that encourages campers to try new things, learn and improve skills and to respect differences among people. Our warm and talented American and international staff have a wealth of experience mentoring children and focus on creating a welcoming and inclusive environment. Our 365-acre camp located on a beautiful, private lake and surrounded by a pristine 1,000 acre wilderness preserve offers the perfect setting for a classic summer camp experience.

Focus: Outdoor Activities
Cost: $2,895 - $4,695 Per Session

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Overview

Windsor Mountain Summer Camp in southwestern New Hampshire is an extraordinary place for children ages 8-16. For generations, children from the United States and countries around the globe have come to Windsor Mountain to live and play together in a unique and magical place where friendship, creativity and community thrive. We are a non-competitive camp that encourages campers to try new things, learn and improve skills and to respect differences among people. Our warm and talented American and international staff have a wealth of experience mentoring children and focus on creating a welcoming and inclusive environment. Our 365-acre camp located on a beautiful, private lake and surrounded by a pristine 1,000 acre wilderness preserve offers the perfect setting for a classic summer camp experience.

Focus

  • Outdoor Activities

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Cost

$2,895 - $4,695 Per Session

Gender

Coeducational

Accreditation

American Camp Association

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