Camp Tecumseh Inclusion Statement:

Camp Tecumseh seeks to unite campers and counselors from all cultural, racial and socio-economic backgrounds. We recognize that diverse perspectives help strengthen every individual’s appreciation, understanding and sense of responsibility for others within the community and the world around them. We foster an environment that promotes inclusion and emphasizes the values that are core to our culture, including empathy, respect and kindness.

Camp opens on SUNDAY, June 23, 2024!

Camp Tecumseh Pledge for Campers and Staff:

I love sports and look forward to competing individually and as part of a team while at Camp Tecumseh. However, my main goal is to become a better person and return home stronger in mind, body and spirit. I will be kind and respectful to myself and the entire Tecumseh family. I understand that, from the moment I step on campus, my place is earned and not given. I also understand that when I leave campus I am still a member of the Tecumseh family and will take these values with me and hold myself accountable to them.


“I have believed in Camp Tecumseh as a great American institution for the development and training of a boy’s own best self, and of his character, qualities of leadership and sportsmanship and of his ability in various forms of athletic, aesthetic and manly endeavor” 

    – Alexander Grant, Last Will and Testament, June 28, 1943

CAMP TECUMSEH, founded in 1903, is a residential camp offering a wide variety of activities for boys ages 8-16. Tecumseh is located in the White Mountains of New Hampshire with nearly two miles of shoreline on beautiful Lake Winnipesaukee, New England’s largest lake. The campus covers over 300 acres and boasts some of the finest camp facilities in the country.

Since 1903 Camp Tecumseh has offered boys, ages 8-16, the opportunity to grow and have fun in many different ways. Programs in athletics, mountain trips and drama are at the core of Tecumseh’s motto to “Make Good Boys Better!” Our morning “huddles” and evening gatherings also aim at strengthening traditional values of wise decision-making, teamwork, perseverance, independence and self-reliance.

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From the Director
June 14, 2022

Meet Our Board of Trustees

The Trustees invite your participation in helping to sustain the future of Tecumseh through your support of The Blue-Gray Fund.

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