T.L. Storer was originally donated to the Boston Council by Theodore L. Storer. It was operated as a BSA resident Summer Camp from 1958 until 2019. The Spirit of Adventure Council currently owns and operates the camp. Today T.L. Storer functions as much more than a BSA camp. We provide high quality experiences in an outdoor environment for all ages.
T.L. Storer’s facilities includes dozens of cabins and campsites, a 400 seat function hall, commercial kitchen, bath houses, beaches, miles of hiking and biking trails, climbing tower, ropes course, archery, rifle, and shotgun ranges and more! We are able to accommodate groups of nearly any size whether it be for just a day or a multi-day adventure.
Located on almost 1,000 acres of beautiful New Hampshire woodlands, our property extends to three towns; Barnstead, Pittsfield and Strafford, and three counties; Strafford, Belknap, and Merrimack. T.L. Storer’s property includes frontage on both Adams Pond and Wild Goose Pond. There is lots of room for you or your group to have an exciting adventure!
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