Archives and Publications Overview

The history of Camp Pasquaney is integrated within the history of the surrounding area, including the various towns around Newfound Lake. As a record of this history, the Camp’s archives contain some of the most complete accounts of American camp life from the early 1900s as can be found anywhere — as well as items of historical significance to the towns of Hebron, Bristol and Bridgewater, New Hampshire.

Through this website one can find Camp Pasquaney publications and photographs as far back as the Camp’s founding in 1895.

Due to the immense volume of archival material and the time required to put this information into a digital format searchable and accessible through this site, not all material is currently available. However, new materials are being added on a regular basis and the hope is that over time a good amount of material will be available through this site.

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      19 Pasquaney Lane
      Hebron, NH 03241
      Tel: 603.744.8043


      2 1/2 Beacon Street
      Suite 285
      Concord, NH 03301
      Tel: 603.225.4065


    • VISIT

      Camp Pasquaney must be experienced to be understood. A visit before coming as a camper helps a boy and his family to get a sense of our community.

      Please call ahead for an appointment to visit, (603) 744-8043 (summer) or (603) 225-4065 (winter).

      Click here for directions.

      Click here for places to stay.


      • Opening Day

        PARENTS 11:30AM- 1:15PM: Camper arrivals On arrival, you will be shown your son’s dormitory and bunk, and you will be helped with carrying his gear....

        June 23
      • Camping Expeditions

        July 2 - July 6