Camp Robindel is located in Moultonboro, New Hampshire, in the beautiful White Mountains. Our 75 acres include 1500 feet of private shoreline on Lake Winnipesaukee.
The lake is visible from every corner of camp. Our property has no hills and all cabins and facilities are in close proximity, creating a tight-knit community. We have breathtaking views of the nearby mountains and beautiful sunsets over the lake.
Our wooden bunk beds are sturdy and comfortable, and each camper has an assigned cubby for clothing, a shelf for personal items, and space in the bathroom for toiletries. There are separate living areas for campers and staff. All cabins have screened windows, porches, electricity, and bathrooms with hot water.
Our large air-conditioned dining hall sits right next to the lake, providing comfort and spectacular views as we gather for meals each day as a camp family.
Our dining hall, “Garrett Hall,” is named after Chef Gary who worked at Camp Robindel from 1960-2021. Learn more about him in this ABC News interview.
With sweeping views of the lake, this 7,000 square foot Rec Hall houses our theatre stage & costume room, and gymnastics program. We have a 45’ x 45’ springboard floor, tumbling area, vault, 3 beams and uneven bars.
The Rec Hall is also used for all-camp activities and rainy day fun.
Our extensive art program is housed in a 3-story building known as the “Art Barn.” There is so much to explore in our expansive arts & crafts facility that includes a ceramics studio, fine arts level, crafts floor, and multiple outdoor patios areas.
This is a special hang-out space just for our senior girls. We’ve got bean bags and couches for relaxing with friends, and a ping pong table for playing.
These 2 fully mirrored studios house our fitness and dance programs and all the equipment they need such as yoga mats, weights, jump ropes, lifting bars, medicine balls, fitness bands, ballet bars, and audio systems to keep the music playing as we move our bodies.
Our Landsports Shack is filled with sports equipment used for instructional lessons, and is also available for campers to use during their free time. Girls love to play gaga, basketball and volleyball with friends of all ages.
Centrally located and staffed 24 hours a day, our health center includes a large day room and several private air-conditioned rooms just in case you need to spend the night or take a rest.
This original building on camp is an exquisite 1920’s lodge with a large stone fireplace, camper library and a wrap around porch overlooking Lake Winnipesaukee. Campers love to sit on the Lodge Porch and chat with friends.
Special birthday celebrations take place in the Lodge…keep an eye out for your invitation when a bunkmate is celebrating her birthday at camp!