Visiting Robin Hood
Camp Robin Hood nestles along a half-mile of shoreline on a bay of Lake Ossipee, the fifth largest lake in New Hampshire. It has a broad, natural shoreline, with a sandy beach and water so clear and clean it is drinkable. With 180 level acres on the edge of the New Hampshire's immense White Mountain National Forest, we are seven miles from the Maine Border, one hour from Portland, Maine and two hours from Boston. Chains of waterways (for canoe trips) extend a hundred miles in every direction, even to the Atlantic. There are many nearby mountains with hiking trails maintained by the Appalachian Mountain Club that allow for day hikes or overnights. Camp Robin Hood itself lies on usable flat ground—sandy ground that recovers quickly from any showers allowing playing immediately following rain. In the heart of New Hampshire's North Conway ski and recreation region, there are fine accommodations for parents and families abound!