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C.A.M.P. Easterseals

Providing residential camping for children & adults with disabilites and special needs

Empowering Our Campers

As a non-profit camping program, we have served children and adults for nearly 50 years. We are dedicated to providing integrated recreational opportunities for our campers

By providing a safe environment, we enable our campers to challenge themselves to learn and grow, develop confidence, and discover how much they can achieve.

Easterseals NH and the Daniel Webster Council Boy Scouts of America are excited to launch this co-ed day camp for children in grades 2-6 with disabilities or special needs. Launching on June 30, 2019, C.A.M.P Easterseals will offer a fully-integrated day camp in partnership with the residential camp offered by the Boy Scout program at Camp Carpenter in Manchester, NH. C.A.M.P Easterseals will offer Extended School Year programming. Campers will participate in all traditional camp activities while reaching social and physical goals set by their respective school districts.

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Session 1 July 1 - 5
Session 2 July 8 - 12
Session 3 July 15 - 19
Session 4 July 22 - 26

Camper Safety

The care and well-being of our campers is our top priority! Because many of our campers have special medical and/or nutritional needs, fully-trained medical personnel are available as well as a year-round camp director with more than 20 years of experience. Our staff receive extensive training on therapeutic crisis intervention, medical/water safety and first aid/CPR ensuring our campers enjoy a safe and meaningful camp experience. Camp staff hail from many countries and bring their culture and background with them.

The lodge houses medical staff, handicap and accessible bathrooms and bedrooms.

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C.a.m.p. Easterseals
Camp Carpenter | 300 Blondin Rd | Manchester, NH 03109 | 603.364.5818

For more information about C.A.M.P. Easterseals, please contact Rob Kelly, Regional Director of Camping at 603.364.5818 or

Click here to see the 2018 NHSA Summer report

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