Copper Cannon Camp has been providing a free residential summer camp experience for 58 summers! Since its inception in 1963, our camp has served more than 22,000 youth in New Hampshire. That’s more than 22,000 camper alumni.
We would love to hear from former campers staff so that we can grow our alumni network to help spread our mission, document the impact these programs have made, and just relive the special memories from those life-changing summers spent at Copper Cannon!
If you are a former camper or staff, we want to stay in touch with you! We would be delighted to hear your stories and see any pictures you may have.
If you have pictures or stories to share, you can get in touch with us at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at (603) 823-8107.
Follow us on Facebook – Our Facebook page is updated regularly and includes all sorts of information including current events at camp, throwback photos, a chance to chat and reconnect and much more.
Follow us on Instagram – Our Instagram account gives live updates from camp. If you want to see what is going on at camp in real time, follow our Instagram!
Contact Us – Use this form for anything and everything you need to better stay connected with Copper Cannon Camp. We would love to hear from you! You can share your contact info as well as stories and pictures.
Come Visit – We are always open to alumni who want to come back and visit! We will be happy to give you a tour so you can see how camp has evolved over time. Please fill out the Contact Us form or get in touch with us at email@example.com, or call at (603) 823-8107 to set up a visit!
Browse the Site – Our website is chock-full of all sorts of information and media about Copper Cannon. If you are an alumni visiting the site, some pages that might be of interest to you include our Newsletter, History, Videos and many more! Browse to your heart’s content.
Fill out our survey – Filling out our survey helps us to keep you up to date on all things Copper Cannon Camp
Copper Cannon remains a free camp to campers and their families, even after 58 years. But that doesn’t mean it’s an entirely free camp to everyone. The funding has to come from somewhere. There are plenty of ways to give back at Copper Cannon. You can make a donation, attend events or volunteer.