Summer 2021 was so much fun! We are proud to say that we had no COVID at Fleur de Lis Camp! Our staff worked hard to keep camp clean and safe all summer long. Please read more about our latest COVID information, updated for summer 2022 here: 

COVID Information for 2022 Camper Families

While we have been busy with many of the typical preparations for camp, we have also been actively reviewing best practices from other camps successfully opened in 2021, as well as 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 are based on the 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. We recognize that changes may occur in the coming weeks due to the situation of the global pandemic. The safety of our campers, staff, families, and community remains our highest priority and, should we need to, will update our COVID preparedness plans through the coming weeks.

Should you have more specific questions than those listed below, please do not hesitate to contact Executive Director, MJ Parry ( | 603.585.7751). She would be more than happy to discuss your camper joining us this summer.

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 anticipate that some level of safety protocols, including wearing masks, social distancing, testing, and group size guidelines, will be in place for the summer. 

We are making improvements to our Health Center, as well as other areas of our facility to enhance sanitation. We have been looking carefully at the camp program, staffing, and schedule as it relates to these guidelines. Rest assured, all of this work is grounded in continuing to provide the Fleur de Lis experiences we all treasure.



Online registration for summer 2022 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 2021.  

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 2022 season as it is an off-site program.

Big & Little Weekend 2022:

This year Big & Little Weekend will run from Friday, August 26th to Sunday, August 28th. Registration for Big & Little Weekend 2022 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 2022: 

Registration for Circle Week 2022 is open. In the meantime mark your calendars for August 15-20th, 2022. For more information and ongoing updates about this program, please visit the Circle Week page

Try It Days 2022:

Try It Days are typically held twice a summer for girls who want to have a first-hand experience of a day at camp. Unfortunately, we will not be able to offer them this summer in compliance with our COVID protocols. However, if you would like to schedule a walking tour of camp we would love to host you. Please, reach out to MJ, our Executive Director, at OR Grace, our Assistant Director, at to schedule.

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)


"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