A starting point for some of the best adventures in the Northeast.
Located throughout the mountains and forests of New England, these camps and cabins act as a gateway to some of the best hikes, paddling adventures, and relaxing retreats the area has to offer. Whether you’re relaxing on the porch of your own cabin at Three Mile Island, or cooling down in the Cold River after a strenuous loop over the summits of North and South Baldface, these camps and cabins throughout New Hampshire and Massachusetts allow you to enjoy your journey and meet new people along the way.
Cold River Camp
Since 1919, Cold River Camp has offered guests an authentic New England hiking camp experience in the White Mountains, great for all ages. Surrounded by the mountains of Evans Notch, Cold River Camp is within striking distance of The Presidentials and the Saco and Androscoggin Rivers.Learn More
Harvard Cabin is an excellent headquarters for skiing, snowshoeing, day hiking, bicycling, climbing, and canoeing on the Saco River. Located on Route 16 in Jackson, NH and just a 15 minute drive from Pinkham Notch Visitor Center, you’ll find plenty of nearby activities to enjoy.Learn More
Originally purchased by AMC’s Berkshire Chapter in 1931, Noble View’s peaceful, pristine mountaintop location overlooks the Pioneer Valley and features 360 acres of woodlands, trails, and abandoned farm fields to explore.Learn More
Located in the Blue Hills, one of the largest forest areas and the best hiking in eastern Massachusetts, Ponkapoag Family Camp provides comfortable cabins for visitors looking to escape the noise of Boston without having to travel far.Learn More
Three Mile Island
Accessible only by boat, Three Mile Island Camp, at the northern end of Lake Winnipesaukee, seems untouched by time, a place apart from the modern world. Longtime campers and new visitors of the Three Mile family enjoy the camp’s traditions of simplicity, community, sustainability, and volunteerism.Learn More