About Fleur de Lis
For a best summer ever come to Fleur de Lis - a girl’s camp filled with great fun, learning, and adventures! Our 90-year old traditional, overnight, non-profit camp is located in beautiful southwestern New Hampshire. With only 100 girls and 45 staff, everyone gets to know each other and make friends of all ages in our simple, joyful environment. Girls ages 8-15 come from all over the country for 2, 3.5, and 7-week sessions and leave with a new second home and life-long memories.
Development of confidence, independence, and skills in decision making, problem solving, communication, leadership, and community living are all hallmarks of our program. Our campers come from all over the country and the world and having a small camp community, allows girls of all ages to really get to know each other and build deep friendships. Our counselors also come from near and far with many having been campers at Fleur de Lis. They are excellent role models and love to help campers grow in their interests, deal with challenges they may face, celebrate their successes, and share the fun and laughter of camp.
The days are busy with a wide range of activities for campers to choose from that include canoe, paddle board, kayak, sail, swim, waterski, drawing, arts & crafts, sewing, knitting, stained glass, ceramics, archery, riflery, firebuilding, outdoor cooking, drama, dance, field sports, tennis and more. We also have great special events and evening programs, and there is also much needed unstructured time to just be with friends, play and hang out.
Campers love the unplugged, simple lifestyle of Fleur de Lis that allows them to discover and become their best selves. It’s no wonder we have been helping campers grow up to be amazing people for over 90 years!
I addition to our camp program we also offer a Big & Little Weekend of camp fun for a female adult and a girl between the ages of 6 and 9, Try It Days during the summer season and Circle Week, a free week of camp for girls who have had a parent die.
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