Family, Troop, and Group Camp
Camp Menotomy: Meredith, NH
Share your love of camp with your family, troop, or friends! Set on
beautiful Lake Winnipesaukee, Camp Menotomy welcomes families, troops,
and groups for overnight visits. Forget screens and technology! Try
our many activities led by certified staff. Swim and boat in the clear
waters, head out on a nature hike, see who can hit a bullseye at the
archery range, or work together on a scavenger hunt. Meals are served
in the dining hall (if part of your program). Then join us for a
nightly campfire sing-along! Sleeping accommodations are rustic cabins
and platform tents. We’ll handle the details so you can enjoy your
There are 5 platform tent units that sleep 24 campers per unit. Other features include a fire circle, cold running water, latrines (1 unit has flush toilets), cots, and mattresses.
One unit sleeps 22 in 3 cabins and 1 tent. This unit features a fire circle, running water, latrines, cots, and mattresses.
There are 2 refrigerators shared by all campers in a pavilion and 2 refrigerators in the dining hall. There are no showers.
Tents and cabin/tent units are available from end of May through early October (excluding summer camp).
|GSEMA troop availability and pricing (effective 11/20/2017):|
|Tent sites||$50/night (4 PM-10 AM)||$25/day
use block of time |
(11 AM-3 PM or 4 PM-8 PM)
|Cabin/Tent unit||$55/night (4 PM-10 AM)||$30/day use block of time |
(11 AM-3 PM or 4 PM-8 PM)
For all other event rental inquiries, including weddings, corporate
events, and celebrations, please email email@example.com.
Address: 386 Meredith Neck Road, Meredith, NH
From Boston: Take Route 93 North to Exit 23 (New Hampshire). Turn right on Route 104. Stay on Route 104 (about 8 miles) to Route 3, Meredith. Turn left on Route 3. Stay on Route 3 to intersection of Route 25. Turn right on Route 25 and follow the lake. At the fork, bear right (Pleasant Street). This runs into Meredith Neck Road. Camp Menotomy is on the left approximately 5 to 6 miles from town; ½ mile past signs for Brown’s Boat Basin, across from a yellow curve sign.
About the Director
Aimee Oteri has been involved in camping since childhood. She has
worked at several Girl Scouts of Eastern Massachusetts day camps. This
summer marks her 25th year of work at Girl Scout camp. She
had the pleasure of directing Camp Virginia for 10 years. During the
school year Aimee has been employed as a middle school and high school
science teacher for 12 years, and is currently on the faculty of North
Andover High School. Her favorite camp activities include canoeing and
fire-building. In her free time she enjoys reading, going to the
beach, and spending time with her husband and two sons.