Information and Policies
Please use mail to keep in touch with your camper while he is under the pines at Camp Belknap. Letters and postcards come via mail boat, which is a long-standing tradition at camp. Please do not send any packages to Camp. Care packages are NOT accepted. See our policies below.
Mail letters and postcards to:
Camper Name, Division & Cabin, Camp Belknap, PO Box 1546, Wolfeboro, NH 03894.
If you have questions, please call the main office at (603) 569-3475. For non-urgent matters, you can also email camp at adminCB@campbelknap.org. For businesses purposes only, our fax number is (603) 569-1471.
Rules and Important Information
Please click here to review the 2023 INFORMATION AND CAMP POLICIES document for important information for parents and campers.
- Final payment is due April 15th.
- Health forms also must be completed by April 15th.
- The following items are ABSOLUTELY NOT PERMITTED: Alcohol, drugs, tobacco (including e-cigarettes and juuls), any illegal substances or items, guns, rifles, knives, hatchets, fireworks of any kind, skateboards, in-line skates, fidget spinners, food (including candy, gum, and soda), money, and electronic devices (as outlined in the above policy document). Campers may not keep a car/vehicle or animal/pet on camp property during camp. These policies are strictly enforced for safety and best camper experiences. Items will be confiscated if found.
IF LANGUAGE ASSISTANCE IS NEEDED FOR CIVIL RIGHTS PURPOSES, PLEASE CONTACT THE NH COMMISSION FOR HUMAN RIGHTS AT: 1-603-271-2767, DIAL “0”, ASK FOR AN INTERPRETER.
SI ASISTENCIA DE LENGUAJE ES NECESARIO PARA CIVILES DERECHOS PROPÓSITOS, POR FAVOR CONTACTO CON LA COMISIÓN NH LOS DERECHOS HUMANOS A: 1-603-271-2767, MARCAR “0”, PEDIR UNA INTERPETER.
The purpose of this Instruction is to establish and convey policy and provide guidance and direction to the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) Food and Nutrition Service (FNS) and its recipients and customers, and ensure compliance with and enforcement of the prohibition discrimination in all FNS nutrition programs and activities, whether federally funded in whole or not.