Summer Camps at BCH are inclusive Christian formation ministries of the Episcopal Diocese of Massachusetts in partnership with the dioceses New Hampshire and Western Massachusetts.
You and your family are welcome here! As an Episcopal camp, we are passionate about being a safe space for all campers and families and we strive for a rich diversity of campers and staff. Each week chaplains participate in all camp activities and lead space for chapel and reflection.
Our 2024 Camp Sessions are:
June 29 - July 2, 2024
Enjoy an extra long weekend of delicious meals, arts & crafts, swimming, boating, outside games, music, worship, and time to be together in new and expanding relationships with folks from all over New England. Come and join us for a time of rest, renewal, silliness, and an experience of Episcopal-centered, family-oriented fellowship, formation, and faith exploration. Families of all configurations are welcome.
Camp Session 1- July 7-12, 2024
Camp Session 2- July 14-19, 2024
Camp Session 3- July 21-26, 2024
Camp Session 4- July 28- August 2, 2024
Youth Camps are for all campers completing 3rd to 12th grade. Whether climbing high on the ropes course or paddle boarding on Otter Lake, there's something for everyone here at BCH. From swimming to games, to campfires and dancing and classic skits, campers are sure to create new friendships and renew old ones year after year. Whether BCH is your camp home or you’re looking at coming for the first time, we’re excited to meet you at camp this summer!
Explorers: Completed grades 3-5
Challenge: Completed grades 6-8
Base: Completed grades 9-12
Summer Camp Rates*:
Housing Dependent; children 5 and under are free
Overnight Youth Camp: $750/ session
*Part of our mission at the Barbara C. Harris Camp and Conference center is that no child or family would be unable to participate in camp due to financial need. Camperships are available for those who need them. More information about applying for camperships can be found as part of the registration process.
The Barbara C. Harris Camp and Conference Center is committed to engaging in equitable practices in all of our programming. Our work as a camping community is to acknowledge and resist systems that allow for oppression and disenfranchisement. Our goal is to honor the diverse backgrounds of our campers, staff, and other participants so that we may all find meaningful ways to participate, together, in community. People of all races, colors, religions, creeds, sexes, gender identities, national origins, abilities, and sexual orientations are welcome.
The Rev. Spencer Hatcher
Barbara C. Harris Camp and Conference Center
108 Wally Stone Lane, Greenfield NH
As we continue into our 20th year of operations, we ask for your support to ensure the ministry of BCH into the next 20 years by safely donating online with a one-time or recurring gift to the BCH Operating Fund
BCH Camp is American Camp Association (ACA) accredited. ACA accreditation means we undergo a thorough (over 250 standards) review of our operation – from staff qualifications and training to emergency management. ACA collaborates with experts from The American Academy of Pediatrics, the American Red Cross and other youth service agencies to ensure that our current practices reflect the most up-to-date research based standards in camp operation. Every camper’s safety and well-being is our chief concern.