camping@nhscouting.org
603-625-6431 Ext. 116
Daniel Webster Council | 571 Holt Avenue | Manchester, NH

Daniel Webster Council

FACILITY RESERVATION SYSTEM

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2012 Gilbert Hall Dedication
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CAMP CARPENTER

Manchester, NH

Located on the outskirts of Manchester, New Hampshire, Camp Carpenter is a 250-acre wooded property that is the Daniel Webster Council’s Cub Scout Summer Camp.  The rest of the year it is available for use by Scouting Units and non-profit organizations.

Camp Carpenter is also home to the Lawrence L. Lee Museum which houses one of the largest collections of Scouting Memorabilia in the world.  The Manchester Scout Shop is also at Camp Carpenter.  BSA uniforms, literature and equipment can be purchased here.

CAMP BELL

Gilmanton Ironworks, NH

Camp Bell is located in Gilmanton Ironworks, New Hampshire and is situated on Griswold Scout Reservation.

Camp Bell offers world-class facilities and programs for Scouting units and outside groups and organizations.  Operated year-round the facility offers close proximity to local ski resorts and other attractions. Camp Bell has a long tradition of serving Scouts from all over the Northeast.

HIDDEN VALLEY

Gilmanton Ironworks, NH

Griswold Scout Reservation located in Gilmanton Ironworks, New Hampshire is home to Hidden Valley Scout Camp and Camp Bell.  Griswold Scout Reservation covers over 3,500 acres in the Belknap Region of the White Mountains.

Griswold Scout Reservation offers world-class facilities and programs for Scouting units and outside groups and organizations.  Operated year-round the facility offers close proximity to local ski resorts and other attractions. Griswold Scout Reservation has a long tradition of serving Scouts from all over the Northeast.

HOGE BASE

Walpole, NH

Located in Walpole New Hampshire, Pierre Hoge Scout Base is one of Daniel Webster Council’s many camping opportunities. With over 200 wooded acres, it is ideal for units looking for a rustic camping experience. There is an activity field, a conservation pond, Plumb Lodge cabin, many undeveloped campsites and plenty of woods for wilderness camping. This allows for basic outdoor skills to be practiced. Drinking water is available on site during spring thru fall seasons.

The property also contains Chickering Mine, a famous site for rock and mineral hunters.

For more information about Hoge Base call
Paul Giacomo 603 847 9019
bunkerman52@yahoo.com


Is your unit visiting Camp Carpenter?  If so, then while visiting you can schedule
a tour of the Lawrence L. Lee Scouting Museum and Max Silber Library.