New Durham, New Hampshire
July 13 – 17, 2019*
For children age 7 and older
All attendees, regardless of age, are required to pay a registration fee which covers the facility rental, lodging, food, activities, supplies, arts & crafts.
Registration fees will be announced in early February. Past fees have been around $325 per person with small discounts for parties of three or more.
- Families attending must have at least one child with albinism.
- All children must be accompanied by a parent/guardian.
- Transportation to and from camp is NOT INCLUDED.
If you have questions, please contact NOAH at 1-800-473-2310 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Installment Plan Available!
To help families manage the cost of camp, NOAH offers a credit card installment plan to pay camp registration costs. One third of the total will be charged to your credit card on the date your registration is processed, the remaining two installments will be charged at 30 day intervals.
NOAH Camp is an opportunity for children with albinism and their families to share a fun-filled outdoor vacation with others like them. Planned activities include: boating, hiking, arts and crafts, lake swimming, campfires, field games, low ropes course, volleyball, GaGa Ball Pit.
While the camp is primarily designed for families to enjoy camp activities with one another, camp will have some albinism related programming. Grouped by age, campers will attend one informational session or discussion group each full day of camp. Parents will also have group discussion options plus plenty of time for networking and informal conversation to share information and support.
Location & Transportation:
154 Lions Camp Pride Way
New Durham, NH 03855-6119
- 62 miles from Manchester Airport (MHT)
- 95 miles from Boston Logan International Airport (BOS )
For more information see (Camp Pride website)
*Arrival & Departure
Please plan to arrive at camp on Saturday, July 13th any time after 2:00pm. Be sure to make arrangements for lunch before you arrive. The first meal of camp will be dinner, served at 5:30pm. July 14th, 15th and 16th will be full days of camp activities. Camp ends Wednesday, July 17th, with breakfast as the final meal of camp served. Families should plan to depart by late Wednesday morning.
Camp Pride has eight bunkhouses with one shared bathroom per building. A separate shower building provides additional bathing capacity. The bonds of friendship are reinforced through shared living space. Usually 6 – 7 campers share a bunkhouse furnished with bunk beds.
Sharing sleeping quarters with other children is an integral part of the camp experience. Generally, children of the same gender and roughly the same age will be assigned to a bunkhouse then paired with adult counselors. Younger children will be assigned to a room with a parent. Please note any special room assignment considerations and preferences on the online registration form. NOAH will make every effort to make cabin and room assignments as comfortable as possible and will try to assign campers wishing to stay together to the same cabin when practical.