The founder of Copper Cannon Camp, Hamilton Ford, never forgot the significant impact of his adventures as a young boy at a summer camp. Camp offered him an outdoor experience, new friends, and a retreat from poverty. That life-changing experience eventually led to his founding of Copper Cannon Camp in 1963. From its humble beginnings in an old Franconia ski lodge to its present location on 128 acres bordering the White Mountain National Forest in Bethlehem, Copper Cannon Camp continues to embody Ham Ford’s commitment to provide low-income young people with life-enriching camp experiences.
Copper Cannon Camp
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