New Durham, New Hampshire 03855
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Granted in 1749 as Cocheco, New Durham was first settled almost entirely by colonists from Durham, New Hampshire. It was incorporated as New Durham in 1762. An early minister in the town, Reverend Benjamin Randall, founded a new religious denomination called the Free-Will Baptists, later known as Free Baptists. Today, New Durham is a summer vacation destination – the popular Camp Birch Hill is located here and welcomes summer campers to the explore favorite New Hampshire activities like hiking, camping, fishing, swimming, boating, and more.
Camp Birch Hill, 333C Birch Hill Road, New Durham, NH 03855 | 603-859-4525
Your home away from home! Camp Birch Hill is a family owned, traditional summer camp for boys and girls ages 6 to 16. Campers choose from 50 activities throughout their 2, 4, or 6 week stay. Birch Hill is nestled on over 100 private acres in the Lakes Region of NH. Healthy food options, friendly staff, and beautiful facilities. Celebrating more than 20 years of friendships and memories for a lifetime!
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