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Barry Conservation Camp

Located in the scenic White Mountain National Forest on the grounds of the Berlin Fish Hatchery, Barry Conservation Camp is great for kids who love the outdoors, enjoy hands-on learning, and can benefit from participating in a small camp. Each week has a theme, but also includes a generous complement of traditional camp activities such as swimming, hiking, campfire, canoeing, skits, fishing, archery, and more. Barry Conservation Camp is operated by the University of New Hampshire Cooperative Extension 4-H Program in partnership with the N.H. Fish and Game Department.

 

 

WANTED: Camp Counselors

 


 

Barry Camp Sessions:

  • 4-H Shooting Sports
  • Mini-Camp
  • Fish Camp
  • 4-H on the Wildside
  • Hunter Education
  • North Country Adventure
  • Junior Conservation Officer Camp

 

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Support the Barry Camp Fund

 

Thanks to widespread support from New Hampshire's outdoor community, Barry Camp is open today for our youth. The work is not yet done! Improvements continue, and we are working to build The Barry Camp Fund to ensure that New Hampshire's only true conservation camp will continue to be here to inspire future generations of conservationists and outdoor enthusiasts. This dedicated fund will keep Barry Camp viable into the future by providing the annual operation and maintenance costs. Please help if you can.

 

Children at Barry Camp
Over the years, thousands of children have learned to hunt, fish and appreciate the natural world through
their experiences at Barry Conservation Camp.

 

 

Donate online or send your donation to: Wildlife Heritage Foundation of New Hampshire, 54 Portsmouth Street, Concord, NH 03301. Specify your gift is for "The Barry Camp Fund." Thank you!

 

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Want to send a kid to camp? Information for Sponsors by clicking this link, you will leave the Fish and Game website

 

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Generous Donors continue to make the project a reality. Can your club, organization or business help? Contact Mark Beauchesne at mark.beauchesne@wildlife.nh.gov or call (603) 271-6355.

 


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