Robin Hood at Home Coloring Pages

Are you looking for a way to bring camp home during this time? We have made customized coloring pages just for you! Pick from the waterfront, our camp logo or BOTH.

Click on the images below to get the PDF versions and print them out to color however you please.  Send us photos of finished pages at or tag us in your social media posts @camprobinhoodnh and #RobinHoodatHome.

We will be printing these out and hanging them around camp. Come find yours on opening day!  We can’t wait to see what you all come up with.

Awards Night

Greetings from the Realm!

It was a beautiful last day in the Realm as all groups engaged in fun activities underneath gorgeous weather. For our final night we gathered in the barn to give awards for excellence in our specialty areas around camp. In addition all camp big awards were given out to certain boys and girls who demonstrate the qualities we view as representative of the Robin Hood values we hold dear.

Girls Camp:

Service: Jessie Zweifler and Caroline Press

Sportsmanship: Ruby Eisler and Mia Bloom

Fellowship: Perin Romano

Master Camper: Maggie Shanahan

Boys Camp:

Service: Cooper Strauss and Sam Rosenthal

Sportsmanship: Jake Baumoel and Noah Ratner

Fellowship: Angelo Casabianca

Master Camper: Jesse Schumann

Thank you for your loyal readership! 


The Woodchuck Staff

Saxon Speeches

Last night we witnessed the tradition of our oldest boys, the Saxons, making speeches in front of Boys’ Camp. They talk about their journey through Robin Hood, and offer thanks to those who have impacted that journey.
It was gratifying to hear that, although there have been some hurdles along the way, they have used these challenges to establish the obvious bond that exists as they close out their final summer as campers.
It is also clear that some of these boys have experienced stresses and traumas away from camp, and that our wonderful safe haven has allowed them to escape, breathe and heal each summer, and thus return home stronger.
I have had the privilege of watching the Saxons’ journey through the past few summers. Now and again I have had to help steer the ship through rough waters, but when calmer seas were reached, they have taken control again, and forged themselves into a formidable unit. The love and trust they have for and in each other is admirable, and I know they will become invaluable counselors in the years to come.
The speeches are a sign that the summer is coming to a close, and soon we will spread ourselves far and wide on our journeys home. Although parting is always sad, we will celebrate being a part of something so special: a wonderful place with amazing people, where the people AND the place make the magic.
Sweet dreams from The Realm.