This site is dedicated to the  remembrance of Camp DeWitt, a camp for young men  which operated on the shores of Lake Winnipesaukee.  It is maintained in the hopes of providing an avenue for renewing old acquaintances and keeping friendship’s ties alive. 


     Friendship’s ties may ne’er be broken, formed at Camp DeWitt

     Summer hours bring their token, joys we’ll not forget


LAST UPDATE: August 24, 2015.  Dwindling days of summer.   There are yet more new contacts in the contact list.  If your address has changed, please let me know. 


Gene Mitchell wrote some musings after a recent visit to the old Camp property.  Link


Check out the Facebook DeWitt group—, feel free to post comments/memories there.  That’s where most updating occurs nowadays…..please send me an email when you try to join, too many spammers out there to leave it open.


Leo Verdonck set up a Camp DeWitt LinkedIn group:


Email addresses available.  Also, I have a stack of DeWitt car magnets available.



1988—Pictures provided by Frank van Ekeris

1977— Pictures Provided by Tony Bellmont

1971—Pictures from John Clader

1968—Photos Provided by David Marsh

1961-1968 - Pictures Provided by George Meredith

1950’s Photos Courtesy Craig LaForce

1940’s Photos Charlie Holbrow

Sunset Gallery

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Webmaster:  jtmoore at [thiswebsite].