Access and Affordability

We are focused on providing a camper experience to boys of all backgrounds and experiences.  For addition questions, please contact Camp Belknap at 603-569-3475 or email

Financial Support

Belknap’s non-profit mission is to be affordable to any family who wishes to enroll in Camp.  In an effort to maintain our mission and to minimize our rate increases, Camp provides three tuition options.  Each family’s choice is strictly confidential and will not influence a camper’s experience or placement.

Tuition Option A covers a camper’s full share of the cost of operating and maintaining Camp.  This price helps to ensure that Belknap will continue to thrive for future generations.

Tuition Option B does not cover the camper’s full share of the operating costs of Camp.  However, thanks to generous donations, we are able to continue to offer this pricing.

Apply for Financial Aid.  Well over 100 families each summer apply for financial aid.  A separate application may be requested by emailing


Camp Belknap’s Policy on Transgender and Gender Non-Conforming Campers

Camp Belknap is an overnight camp serving boys.  For over a century, Belknap has invested in the benefits of a single gender environment to serve our mission of creating good leaders and citizens.  As such, we welcome children who identify as boys, and who are emotionally ready for Camp Belknap.


Community Partners

Camp Belknap works closely with several Community Partners and organizations including schools and direct service groups.

Our Community Partners are aligned with our mission so a camper coming through one of these partnerships is supported year-round, which further enhances their leadership and character development.  Some of these partnerships are only a few years old, but others are long-standing, like Baltimore Rotary, which has been working with us for over 25 years.

Community Partners help make the Belknap experience even more accessible by helping us reach an even broader spectrum of communities.

Our Community Partners…

  • Identify deserving boys
  • Help support them through the application process
  • Assist them with preparations for a summer under the pines

In turn, Camp Belknap commits to making a summer at camp affordable for these families through scholarships.

Our Current Community Partners

Bethlehem Elementary School

Burlington Youth and Family

Carpenter School

Crescent Lake School

Deep Creek Middle School

Dover Housing Project

Effingham Elementary School

Friends 4 Seasons

Karam Foundation

KA Brett School

Listen Community Services

Moultonboro Central School

New Durham Elementary School

Ossipee Central School

Son of a Saint

Tuftonboro Central School



      PO Box 1546
      Wolfeboro, NH 03894

      11 Chase Point Road
      Mirror Lake, NH 03853




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All communications related to COVID-19 and plans for summer 2021 will be posted here.

Pre-Arrival Requirements

Belknap will provide a checklist for families to follow 2 weeks before arrival at camp. Belknap plans to include at least the following as part of the pre-arrival checklist: low risk pre-camp behaviors including list of what activities to avoid, symptomatic screening, testing, and travel recommendations.

Packing for Camp

Click here to view and download the most up-to-date list of items to pack for camp (Updated on February 24th, 2021).

If any changes to the list occur prior to the start of camp, a new list and updates will be posted here.

Please note the following:

  • No Laundry - To minimize handling of camper clothes and equipment, Belknap will NOT be offering laundry for sessions that are 1 or 2 weeks. We will provide laundry for 4-week campers.
  • Mask type requirements are outlined as of the current CDC guidance.
  • Water bottles with strap or carrying device are required. Water fountains will be closed to minimize transmission of COVID. Instead, campers will be asked to carry their water bottles to program periods. Water bottle fill stations are located throughout camp.

Drop-Off and Pick-Up

Belknap plans on coordinated efforts to minimize exposure and risk on these high traffic days. Families will be made aware of exact pick-up and drop off times and procedures for campers and guardians. Information will be posted here.

Camp Life During COVID

Belknap’s mission remains unchanged. Belknap is working on modifications to the property/facilities and program in 2021 to enhance safety and still preserve the core principles of Belknap life. The pictures below will be updated as we make changes around camp.

  • Cabin Fans
  • Hand Washing Station
  • Screen Doors
  • Cabin Fans

    Fans installed on cabin to improve airflow.

  • Hand Washing Station

    Outdoor hand-washing stations installed around camp.

  • Screen Doors

    Screen doors on every cabin will improve the airflow in living quarters.


Masks for campers and staff will be a part of Belknap’s plan for preventing introduction and spread of virus at Camp. Belknap will be providing more information at a later date about type and number of masks to pack for camp. Please note that campers and staff will be unmasked for sleeping, eating, showering and swimming.

COVID Testing

Camp Belknap plans to use COVID testing as a part of our 2021 plan for entry and admittance to camp, diagnostic (symptoms) and ongoing monitoring, The timing, type of testing, and logistics are being reviewed and will be announced as decisions are made. Types of tests and criteria for their use are continuing to evolve and we want to ensure that we are implementing best practices.

Response to Positive Test

Working with Belknap’s medical advisory group, we are developing a detailed plan for the potential of a symptomatic individual and/or positive test at camp. This plan will include isolation, quarantine, contact tracing, and care of campers/staff.


Permission is required to visit camp during the non-summer months/“off season.” Please click below for detailed information on visiting camp. When camp is in session, for the safety of our campers and staff, visitors will be strictly limited. Updated information regarding this policy will be provided here.

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Belknap Pledge

We are developing a pledge to ensure compliance and a clear focus on keeping ourselves and each other safe. More to come on this!