Children Make Lifetime Memories at 78 Year Old Traditional Summer Camp
(Moultonborough, NH – April 25, 2014)
Envision children having fun and playing outside all summer long, free from many of the distractions they face today. That, in a nutshell, is what Camp Quinebarge is all about. It’s a traditional co-ed summer camp for 100 great kids aged 7-15, situated under a forested canopy on 65 acres in Moultonborough, NH, backing up to Red Hill and facing our 1,250 feet of crystal clean lakefront on Lake Kanasatka.
If you are interested in giving a child the opportunity to enjoy a traditional camp experience, enhanced with environmental themes and activities, the time to act is now. Space is limited and preferred sessions are filling fast. Please register by May 1, 2014. The 2014 camp season runs from June 29 – August 16.
“We’re proud of Quinebarge’s camper-to-staff ratio of 3:1,” says Camp Director, Liz Schwartzer. “This ensures that each child receives the attention and assistance he or she needs to have a great summer. Our staff are passionate about children and dedicated to making each child’s experience unique and special.”
Kids don’t have to look far at Camp Quinebarge to find an activity they like. Founded in 1936, there are over 20 traditional and modern, outdoor and indoor activities. All of the activities focus on nature and the environment such as archery, paddle boarding, mountain biking, sailing, swimming, hiking, camping, pottery and ceramics, a climbing wall, ropes course and zip line.
“We believe children should experience mountains and rivers and the wonderful, natural environment around them,” says Eric Carlson, Carbonfund.org Foundation’s President. “There are so many great places to see and challenges to explore in New Hampshire, we encourage every parent to send their child to Quinebarge this summer.”
Complete online registration and download paper forms at http://campquinebarge.com/registration.
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About Camp Quinebarge
Camp Quinebarge, founded in 1936, is a small, co-ed summer camp for kids aged 7 to 15, offering a traditional camp experience where children learn, grow and make everlasting friendships. Quinebarge is located in the heart of New Hampshire’s Lakes and Mountains region, covering over 65 acres and boasts some of the finest camp facilities in the country where children enjoy exploring environmental themes in a fun way. Part of the Carbonfund.org Foundation’s mission is education; acquiring Camp Quinebarge extended that mission in a unique way by offering the additional dimension of an environmental learning center on top of the camp’s already long and storied tradition. Quinebarge is a non-profit, independent Camp certified by the American Camp Association.
About the Carbonfund.org Foundation
The Carbonfund.org Foundation is leading the fight against climate change, making it easy and affordable for any individual, business or organization to reduce and offset their climate impact and hasten the transition to a low-carbon future. Carbonfund.org achieves its goals through climate change education, carbon reduction projects, and public outreach.