Camp Quinebarge Event & Outdoor Center
Sitting on 70 acres of gorgeous pine forest and 1,250 feet of pristine Lake Kanasatka in Moultonborough, NH, Camp Quinebarge is nestled in the heart of the Lakes Region and just minutes from the White Mountains.
Camp Quinebarge is an ideal location to hold most any occasion, including:
- Family Reunions
- Religious Retreats
- Single Week Camps
- Corporate Meetings
- Group outings, school groups, anniversaries and more…
In this relaxing setting are cabins and yurts to accommodate 210 people, two tennis courts, a ball field, a recreation barn, an extensive waterfront, and a dining hall with complete commercial kitchen facilities.
With trails on the camp property and Red Hill just behind us, the hiking is wonderful, and the White Mountains beckon. Camp Quinebarge is also close to many other New Hampshire attractions such as the Squam Lakes Natural Science Center and the Atlantic seacoast. Please scroll down for more photos.
All listed dates run from Friday at noon through Sunday at noon:
- September 4-7 (Labor Day – 3 night rental required)
- September 11-13
- September 18-20
- September 25-27
- October 2-4
- October 9-12 (Columbus Day – 2 night rental ok)
We have accommodation for 210 in our rustic but clean cabins and yurts, with plenty of space for tents onsite. Our Dining Hall holds 220, and our Barn can hold up to 125, including buffet and dance floor. Organizers should visit the site to determine their specific needs.
Rentals include use of all common spaces including our Dining Hall and kitchen, Rec Hall, fire pits, sports fields and basic equipment, 2 hours of lifeguarded use of our waterfront and boats, and basic cleanup during and following your event. Cabins for guests, bed linens, and extra time on the waterfront are available for a fee.
Kenly Hall was originally built in 1936 and renovated in 2018. In addition to ample seating, it includes the dining room with space for a buffet and dance floor, commercial kitchen, restrooms, and a fireplace with a cozy seating area. The building and restrooms are handicapped accessible. Rentals include the use of tables, benches, and chairs. All of our farm tables and benches were made onsite, and some date back to the 1930’s. Also dating back to the ’30s are the cabin plaques that adorn the walls, giving the space a unique summer camp aesthetic.
The Dining Hall features a split-level floor with banisters, a 20-foot solid wood counter, and two screened-window porches, one of which faces Lake Kanasatka. There are endless layout options during your event. Our staff are happy to help you decide which layout will best suit your needs. No matter what your plans, there is plenty of space in our Dining Hall for your guests to comfortable eat, relax, and dance the night away while surrounded by the beauty of this historic building.
If you have an activity or special occasion for groups of all sizes and are looking for that perfect spot, give us a call.