Camp Belknap is a non-profit traditional overnight summer camp for boys age 8-16 located in Tuftonboro, New Hampshire. Established in 1903, Camp Belknap today flourishes on the shore of New Hampshire’s majestic Lake Winnipesaukee, not only because the concept of summer camp remains evergreen, but because its founders and succeeding generations of directors and leaders have created and continually improved on something special – a felicitous blend of place, tradition, and purpose. The aim, from early on, has been to ground boys in the present, while preparing them for the future. Camp Belknap prides itself on its home-grown leadership program and its core values of fortitude, truth, beauty and love.

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We are proud of the work that went into the 2023 season and are already beginning the preparation for next summer! Your contribution to the Annual Fund will have an immediate impact on life at camp. Donations support camper scholarships, program equipment, staff safety certifications, facility upgrades and more.

Your gift is integral to upholding our mission and providing a modest retreat for boys to learn the tenets of kindness, leadership, and independence each summer!


2024 Registration

Thank you for your interest in Camp Belknap! Applications launched in November of 2023 and we are no longer accepting applications for 2024. You may still follow the link below to submit an inquiry to be sent an application for the summer of 2025 when registration launches in late 2024.

Registration/Application Requests

Solar at Camp Belknap

Is there a better combination than sunshine + camp? We don’t think so, and we’re proud to announce that Camp Belknap is now harnessing the clean, renewable power of the sun through solar!

Thanks to the generosity of an anonymous donor, we were able to partner with Brentwood-based ReVision Energy to install a roof top solar system on our facilities building. The 10.4-kilowatt solar project is comprised of 26 panels and will generate over 11,294 kilowatt-hours of clean, solar energy every year.

When the sun is shining, the solar array produces electricity that is either used in real-time by the building, or fed back to the grid where it benefits our community (and earns us a credit). Each year, the system will offset 11,079 pounds of carbon.

To see what our system is producing, both today and across its lifetime, click here.