Calumet Family Campground, Conference Center and NEW Village Cabins are a great place to spend your vacation any time of year. There’s a lot to do. It’s a safe place to be. Friendly, hospitable staff to make you feel well cared for. A beautiful setting on the shores of Lake Ossipee in the foothills if the White Mountains.
FUN, FRIENDS AND FAITH! That’s a motto that we use here at Calumet. There are so many FUN things to do on vacation at Calumet.
Let's start with summertime (scroll down for winter, spring, and autumn) – swimming and kayaking on Lake Ossipee, singing at the weekly campfire by the barn, or exploring the trails on Jackman’s Ridge, daily devotions and Bible study led by the visiting chaplain of the week, craft activities for all ages, and much more. Spending time with good FRIENDS, some that you have known from past summers or new ones you’ve just made. Growing in your own FAITH - there’s a real sense of God’s presence here, you'll discover a wonderful feeling of Christian fellowship.
Facilities at Calumet include a 38-bed Conference Center, a 65-site campground with both wooded and fielded sites, most of which allow for full electric, water, and sewer hook-ups, and our 9 new Village Cabins that offer private baths and air-conditioning. Affordable family-friendly meals are available every day of the summer with no reservations needed.
$105 per room
Family Package Plans that include room, dinner and breakfast are available.
Children 6 and under stay & eat for free!
$54 per night for sites with hook-ups during summer season ($12 for an extra overnight guest)
$38 per night for sites with no hook-ups during summer season.
$25 per night for Spring (May 1- June 28) and Fall (Sept 3 - Oct 8) seasons
Tent Rental $25 per night (in addition to site fee)
Our Village cabins come in 3 configurations, and styles offer a private bathroom, a comfortable sitting room, small refrigerator and may also have a microwave and coffee pot. There are a variety of configuations and our staff will be ready to help you figure out what is best to meet your needs. Single story units are $130 per night, the two story units are $225 per night, and the "Village Rooms" (hotel style layout) are $110 per night. Price of meals additional.
To learn more about staying in the campground contact Alice@calumet.org ( 603 - 539 - 3223 ext. 220) -- she works magic in helping you find just the right spot for your time away!
Autumn, Winter, Spring
There are several options for year round lodging here at Calumet. We have very reasonable rates. Contact Alice@Calumet.org or Julie@Calumet.org for information and availability.
The two-floor Conference Center has 35 beds in 13 rooms, three lounges, a Dining Room, group meeting space, and game room in the basement. We have rooms with 2 to 5 twin beds. All rooms have private bathrooms and are $105/night/room.
Our Village cabins come in 3 configurations, and all styles offer a private bathroom, a comfortable sitting room and a hospitality station with a mini-fridge. Some cabins have a microwave and a coffee pot. There are a variety of configuations and our staff will be ready to help you figure out what is best to meet your needs. Single story units are $130, the two story units are $225, and the "Village Rooms" (hotel style layout) are $110 per night. Cost of meals additional.
Retreat Lodge and Staff House
These are year round retreat buildings. Staff House is situated on the lakeshore and features beautiful views of the lake, common bathrooms on each floor, bunks in 5 rooms with a capacity of 26 guests, and basic amenities like a coffee maker, a refrigerator, and a microwave. The Retreat Lodge is nestled in the woods and has 2 good sized bunk rooms and "the Middle Room" that has just one bunk. The Lodge has a sleeping capacity of 22 people and offers a large living room gathering space, common bathrooms, and a full kitchen. $46/night/person ($23 student) -- $156/weekend/person with the meal plan ($78 student) -- $507/weekend/family with the meal plan).
We have eight heated cabins that sleep up to 10 people. These cabins are great for a family or for youth groups. $32/night/adult ($16/student) -- $128/weekend/adult with the meal plan ($64/student) -- $416/weekend/family with the meal plan.
In early autumn and late spring, we make our unheated cabins available to use. These are, of course, the most economical choice. More than that, though, there is something really cool about doing basic camping: Throw your warm sleeping bag on one of the beds, plug in your night light and read that book, and listen to the sounds of the night. $14/night/person, $92/weekend/adult with the meal plan ($60/student) -- $334/weekend/family with the meal plan.
Programmed weekend events for youth during the non-summer months is $100/person for food and lodging. This includes Winter Fling, Confirmation Camp weekends, Sunday School weekend, and others.