Pemi’s facilities are specifically suited to the needs of an active summer camp community, and are maintained solely for that purpose.
One of the best ways to see the layout of Camp Pemigewassett is to play with our interactive map!
- Art Building: used specifically for creative endeavors for all ages. Read more>>
- Cabins: every camper’s summer home, where he rests his head at night. Read more>>
- Health Center: with two nurses in residence.
- Junior Lodge: home to Pemi’s music program and recreational spot for younger campers.
- Library: with a permanent collection of 2000 books, magazines, and newspapers; where boys gather for reading, writing, and quiet games.
- Messhall: the setting for family-style, delicious meals with lots of singing. Read more>>
- Woodshop: where boys create projects using hand and power tools. Read more>>
- Nature Lodge: the nerve center for Pemi’s acclaimed Nature Program. Read more>>
- Pemi Hill Shelter: rustic, platform shelter for overnight camping, about ⅓ mile from the center of camp.
- Senior Lodge: recently renovated and enlarged. Contains the office, camp store, and mailboxes for campers and staff, and is the location for all major indoor gatherings and entertainment.
- Shower houses and bathroom facilities
- Staff housing: throughout camp.
- Athletic fields, courts, and ranges. Read more >>
- Flat Rock café: paddling destination across the lake for cabin suppers.
- Hiking and running trails.
- Lower Baker Pond: about 1-mile long and ¾ mile wide, surrounded by Pemi-owned land, which means no public boat traffic.
- Pine Forest: paddling destination across the lake for cabin suppers.
- Two sandy beaches with swimming areas.
- Three streams for exploring and nature study.
- Two campfire circles.
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