Camp Allen

Camp Allen was founded in 1931 by the Boston Lions Club, later Boston Kiwanis in partnership with the Manchester Lions Club as a retreat for young girls who were blind.

Dr. Edward Allen, a member of the club and the Director of Perkins School for the Blind, believed that young people needed to be outside enjoying the sun and learning about their environment.  By the mid 60’s the mission was changed to include individuals of all ages with developmental and physical challenges.

Today more than 450 different campers attend for one or two and even multiple weeks of fun in the great outdoors. Our ratio of 1:2 with 1:1 available allows those campers who may not be able to attend other camps due to age, ability, accessibility or behavioral needs to come to a camp where all are welcome!

We are a typical camp with typical camping activities that include swimming, boating, walking in the woods, exploring the wetlands, arts and crafts, music and dance, and everything in between.  Our cabins and other buildings, pool and bathrooms are all accessible.

Our staff come from all over the world, some have experience and others have a strong desire to make a difference in their world. The campers love learning about other cultures and developing friendships with their peers and counselors.

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Camp Allen Reviews

Best place to spend your summer.

The most amazing camp, so glad I picked it. A lot of truly amazing people that come along and also work there. In the heart of New Hampshire and location is unbelievably good too.

By: Darryl McNicholl
Nationality: Irish
Age: 19

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