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While we have been busy with many of the typical preparations for camp, we have also been staying up to date with the evolving science and protocols that will support a safe and healthy summer for everyone. At this time, our plans will be based on the most current guidelines for overnight camps from the State of New Hampshire, the American Camp Association, and the CDC. Our own, MJ Parry, Fleur de Lis Camp’s Executive Director, serves on the New Hampshire Camps Board of Directors and has been part of the working group that is making guideline recommendations to the state's Reopening Task Force.  The safety of our campers, staff, families, and community remains our highest priority.

Should you have more specific questions than those listed below, please do not hesitate to contact Executive Director, MJ Parry (mj@fleurdeliscamp.org | 603.585.7751).  Registered families can find our most current Covid information and protocols on their CampInTouch forms page.

Health and Welfare of Campers and Staff:

As always, the health and welfare of our camp community remains our most important priority. We are closely engaged with the work of the American Camp Association, New Hampshire Camp Directors Association, and both state and local health departments.

We have made improvements to our Health Center, as well as other areas of our facility to enhance sanitation.  Rest assured, all of this work is grounded in continuing to provide the Fleur de Lis experiences we all treasure.

 

Enrollment:

Online registration for summer 2023 is ongoing. All families who want to secure a spot for the summer will need to complete the registration process including those families who rolled over tuition from 2022.  

Click here to register.

Additional COVID Fees: 

In the event that there are extraordinary expenses due to COVID, an additional fee of up to $200 per camper may be assessed.

Horseback Riding:

Unfortunately, we will not be able to offer horseback riding for the summer 2023 season as it is an off-site program.

Big & Little Weekend 2023:

This year Big & Little Weekend will run from Friday, August 25th to Sunday, August 27th. Registration for Big & Little Weekend 2023 is open and you can register here. Please see the Big & Little page for ongoing updates about this weekend, including our COVID safety procedures.

Circle Week 2023: 

Registration for Circle Week 2023 will open January 15. In the meantime mark your calendars for August 14-19, 2023. For more information and ongoing updates about this program, please visit the Circle Week page. 

Try It Days 2023:

Try It Days for summer 2023 will be Saturday, July 8 and Saturday, July 29. For more information, please visit the Try It Days page. 

For more information, please see the links below.

ACA Camp Operations Guide Summer 2021

New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS)

Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)

World Health Organization (WHO)

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  • From Boston
    Route 2 West to exit 24B Route 140 North in Gardner, to Route 12 North in Winchendon. Follow Route 12 North to Fitzwilliam (toward Keene, NH)*. At the junction of Routes 119 and 12 in Fitzwilliam, follow Route 119 West. In town Route 119 turns left at the Fitzwilliam Inn, follows the village green, and then goes down a long hill into Fitzwilliam Depot (landmarks: The Depot Store and Fitzwilliam Fire and Police Depts.).In the Depot continue straight ahead across the former railroad tracks (leaving Route 119 which takes a sharp right turn), and onto the Lake Road. Follow this road to the end of the lake where it will take a 90º right turn. Just after the turn, you will see the Fleur de Lis Camp sign and a large white farmhouse on the left.* Do not take Route 12 North from Route 2 through Fitchburg as this involves slow city driving.d a new question go to app settings and press "Manage Questions" button.
  • From Connecticut
    Route I-91 North through Springfield, MA to exit 28A (Bernardston). Take Route 10 North through Northfield, MA to Winchester, NH. In Winchester turn right onto Route 119 East and follow Route 119 East to the stop sign in Fitzwilliam Depot (landmarks: The Depot Store and Fitzwilliam Fire & Police Depts.). At the stop sign, turn right and pass over the old railroad tracks and straight onto the Lake Rd. Follow this road to the end of the lake where it will take a 90º right turn. Just after the turn you will see the Fleur de Lis Camp sign and a large white farmhouse on the left.
  • From Maine
    Take I-95 South to 495 S to exit 29B onto RT 2 W towards Leominster. Route 2 West to exit 24B Route 140 North in Gardner, to Route 12 North in Winchendon. Follow Route 12 North to Fitzwilliam (toward Keene, NH)*. At the junction of Routes 119 and 12 in Fitzwilliam, follow Route 119 West. In town Route 119 turns left at the Fitzwilliam Inn, follows the village green, and then goes down a long hill into Fitzwilliam Depot (landmarks: The Depot Store and Fitzwilliam Fire and Police Depts.). In the Depot continue straight ahead across the former railroad tracks (leaving Route 119 which takes a sharp right turn), and onto the Lake Road. Follow this road to the end of the lake where it will take a 90º right turn. Just after the turn, you will see the Fleur de Lis Camp sign and a large white farmhouse on the left.

"It is no exaggeration to say that Fleur de Lis has transformed my daughter. FDL has given her so many skills — independence, responsibility, and confidence for sure, but also life skills like making new friends and branching out and trying new activities (and foods!) that are not available at home. She’s learned that someone you might not have loved last summer may have become someone you adore now and that you can have lots of wonderful friends, even if you’ve found a soul mate and best friend."

Parent of a Mid Camper

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