Inter-generational summer camp and conference center for your vacation, retreat, workshop, training, wedding... From June through September we host, or you can bring people together for educational presentations on global justice issues, hike or bike outings, art, yoga, Fun Night talent show, concerts ukulele... Opportunities abound.
Founded in 1941 with a theme, 'In a Time of War, Prepare for Peace' by utopian socialists, this independent very non-profit organization is a progressive oasis on 455 mostly wilderness acres in the splendor of New Hampshire’s White Mountains.
Daily optional presentations and opportunities to play, be creative, and explore. Meals and daily children's program are included in our June 22 - September 4 rates.
-- Mountain/lake retreat open May - Oct
-- Campsite or Room
-- Discounts for children. 6 & under no cost
-- Swim, kayak, rowboat, walk in the woods, garden.
-- Music, arts & crafts, games. Read. Nap.
-- Lively community and plenty of quiet space
-- Welcoming, funny, supportive, inclusive
-- Intellectually exciting, politically inspiring
-- Inter-generational: babies to great-grandparents!
-- Timely, fascinating social/political program offerings.
Bring your self, a reunion, work retreat, wedding, or any gathering for a weekend, a week, or longer!
Courage and commitment have long been part of making World Fellowship and imagining a better world. The work we have to do in community begins by being the best people we can be, awake to listen, include, and fight for justice for people who are too long and too often ignored and excluded, exploited and disrespected... The type of work that will be highlighted this year in our 77th summer program.
We look forward to welcoming you for your getaway in NH! And to seeing you standing up for justice in the face of wrong - in the streets, in your community, in your neighborhood.
Your courage, commitment, and generous support for World Fellowship make a better world possible.
Thank you for joining in our mission to promote social justice and connections between people, communities, and nature though education, recreation, and creative expression.