Echo Lake


Not only is Tamarack adorned by a gorgeous and comfortable setting, there are more activities than just tennis for the campers to enjoy. At the heart of the camp sits the lodge, containing a dining hall, kitchen a cozy lounge for the staff, a living room, extra bunk rooms, the camp offices, a pro shop, and also a recreational area complete with a pool table, and ping-pong.

Nestled around the lodge, you will find eleven clay tennis courts, which are seamlessly built into the natural setting of the camp. There is also a Large Red Barn and a pasture that are home to a variety of farm animals. In back of the barn, there is a three sided climbing wall ranging from novice to expert skill.

To add to the giant-sized fun, is a professional sized soccer field, a beach volleyball court, a trampoline built into the ground, and spacious lawns for camp games or frisbee. The deck on the front of the lodge is an excellent spot to relax with a book, and it makes the perfect vantage point to watch others compete on Tamarack's two best courts, which include overhead lights for night play. There are five other buildings on the campus that house campers and counselors.


Tamarack Camp lies at the foot of Mount Kinsman, and close by Franconia Notch. Tamarack spreads over 400 acres of rolling fields, streams, and woodlands.

Located in the heart of New Hampshire's White Mountains, easily reached from any state in New England or from New York. Take a ride on Cannon Mountain's Tramway to enjoy the view of five states and Canada while having lunch in the summit restaurant. Visit The Flume, The Old Man of the Mountains Memorial Site, Lost River, and plenty of New Hampshire's other natural wonders. The immediate area is abundant with historic Inns, Charming Bed and breakfasts, and plenty of fantastic restaurants. There is plenty of shopping in Littleton which is only a fifteen minute trip, and Lincoln, home of Loon Mountain, is only twenty minutes away. For more information on attractions, where to stay or eat, contact Tamarack Camp. Surrounding towns also include The beautiful Sugar Hill, and Bethlehem, the highest elevated town east of the Rockies, and known for it's bevy of antique shops. Don't forget to visit the 3 of cups, and Mt. Agassiz Trading Co.