Cragged Mountain Farm

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Cragged Mountain Farm is a summer camp in Freedom, New Hampshire, started by Dr. Henry Utter. It starts in July and ends in August. Campers stay in cabins, the ages range from 4 to 13. Over the years, hundreds of children and adults have found that a summer spent at Cragged Mountain Farm in the fresh mountain air, having fun with their friends, and exploring the mountains and rivers of northern New England is a priceless experience. Most good summer camps are special, but Cragged is an absolute “Old School” gem, providing as it has for more than 80 years the friendships and learning that can change lives, as well as so much fun and so many great activities that you’ll wonder why camp doesn’t go on year-round. CMF is a mixture of a healthy environment and good food along with the encouragement of play and discovery, compounded with music and mountain tops as well as the soothing waters of wild rivers and lakes, and that special feeling you get when you’ve been challenged and not only succeeded, but also took the time to help another person make it with a smile.

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Coordinates: 43°51′23″N 71°01′16″W / 43.85639°N 71.02111°W / 43.85639; -71.02111