Our camp is located in scenic New Hampshire on 116 acres, with a mile of frontage on a beautiful 200-acre lake.
Please note: Due to high demand, we accept new campers who are ages 8 through 13 during their first time at camp. 14 + year-olds are required to have started at our camp by age 13. Prior family campers are considered returners.
We operate as a typical overnight camp; do not formally talk about gender, we just let our kids be kids!
We have three meals together, plus 4 structured activity periods, two free periods, snacktime, and an evening activity
Campers sleep in cabins (“bunks”) with others of the same age group and choose bunkmates with similar or varied gender identities
Campers are under the direct care of camp counselors at all times
Campers and counselors are called by their preferred name and pronoun
Campers sign up for activity periods based on their preferences
Our meals are nutritious, well-balanced, and offer allergen and vegetarian/vegan-friendly options
Campers interact the old fashioned way – no video games, Internet, or cell phones. Music players are allowed.
Parents & family members are encouraged to connect with other families from our camp
Be sure to click on the other green tabs above for information on activities, accommodations, dates and more.
It is important to note that we are not a therapeutic camp. Overnight camp is an intense experience away from home for kids who can be self-sufficient (with help from our camp counselors) and enjoy constant socializing, the outdoors, and an often loud dining experience. Please contact us if you are unsure if our camp is right for your child.
"C. had a great time, "best time of her life" at camp. Possibility-opening, life-expanding sort of time."
C.S., Aranu'tiq Parent
"Thanks for a fantastic, life changing week. G. is happier, more confident, and more proud that I have ever seen them."
L.B., Aranu'tiq Parent