Residential boys' summer camp
Hebron, New Hampshire
Established in 1903
Camp Mowglis (pronounced Mao-glee) is a traditional full season summer camp for boys ages 7 to 15, established in 1903 on the shore of New Hampshire's beautiful Newfound Lake.
Mowglis is a fun, challenging, and expertly managed environment where boys are empowered to become strong, independent, and self-confident young men.
At Mowglis, campers unplug from technology and take part in the tradition of true American summer camping. With 160 acres, a pristine lake, miles of hiking trails, and over 15 different activities to choose from, it's not difficult for our campers to leave technology at home and truly engage with the world around them.
In addition to summer camp staples like tennis, theater, sailing, canoeing, and swimming, Mowglis is known for its excellent hiking, camping, and crew programs. Some of the more unique pursuits offered at Mowglis include riflery, rock climbing, SCUBA diving, stand-up-paddle-boarding, axemanship and woodworking.
Mowglis campers learn positive lessons, make lifelong friends, become more confident and develop skills, which will stay with them well into adulthood.