Tranquility on Little Camp Island Lake Winnipesaukee New Hampshire USA


Cottage, 1600 sq. ft, 2 Bedroom and large loft sleeps maximum of 9:
1st Floor Master - 1 Double
1st Floor Guest - 1 Double
2nd Floor Loft - 1 Double, 3 Twin/ Single
Fireplace, gas grill, North point camping deck with fire pit, private dock with deck, garden chairs and tables, canoe, 2 kayaks...

Activities: All water sports including

  • Swimming
  • Boating
  • Sailing
  • Fishing
  • Canoeing
  • Kayaking
  • wind-surfing
  • Water skiing
  • Scuba diving or snorkeling


Lake and Mountains - Views of islands, Ossipee Mountain Range as well as Passaconaway and White Face mountains.

Clearest Water On Lake Winnipesaukee: You have found the seclusion and a change in the pace of life you need for the perfect vacation! This is the prettiest place on Lake Winnipesaukee and your family will not want to leave. It is private and the water is the cleanest on the lake as Little Camp boarders the 'Broads' which keeps the water clear. There is no gross milfoil! The evening melancholy calls of the loons across the lake is a symphony like no other.


Lake Winnipesaukee is 32 miles long by 10 miles wide with 350 Islands. Little Camp is just about in the middle. Unbelievably beautiful and private remote island accessed only by boat. The change in the pace of life a vacation needs! Automatic generator primarily to pump water and lighting by Kerosene lamps and propane gas. Solar array powers fans in the bedrooms as well as provides 12 volt receptacles with USB ports for recharging cell phones and other electronic devices. Though called "Little" Camp Island, the property is very spacious and very private.

On Site Inspections

On site inspections are welcome. If you are planning on being out on the lake please give us a call with a rough estimate of the time frame and we will arrange to meet you at your convenience.

Camp With Dock, 2 Bedrooms Large Loft, 1 Bath (Sleeps 9)

Little Camp Island on Lake Winnipesaukee is located south of Bear Island and North of the Forties. Accessed only by boat. Very private. Island contains only two other camps which are not visible. Large private dock with deck and mooring. Camp built in 1963 and faces north toward White Mountains. Enjoy both sun rises and sets. Sun greets you each morning as it rises over the east beach and across the 'broads.' Moon comes up in the same place. Sun sets to the west while you enjoy your dinner on very large deck. Does not get any more beautiful and romantic than this vacation gem. On site toys include canoe, 2 kayaks and badminton. Bedrooms comprised of master, guest (both with double beds) and very large loft with 3 single beds and 1 double bed (five boys grew up in the house). North point beach includes a fire pit surrounded with a deck for outdoor sleeping and marshmallow cooking under the stars. Wild blue berries in August great for pancakes and muffins. Pictures are worth a thousand words.
  • North Point Beach Under Water
  • Front of Camp Doors Closed
  • South End of House From The East Side Of Camp
  • Camp Fire Place
  • Camp First Floor with Loft
  • Oak Table w/6 Chairs and Kerosine Lamp
  • 1st Floor Master Bedroom East
  • Loft Area
  • Loft East 3 of 5 Beds
  • North Point Camping Deck and Hammock
  • Blueberries East
  • West Side of Camp some Toys Under

Remote, Rustic and Comfy

Though only 2.5 miles from the mainland, it is remote enough that it does have its inconveniences and lack some modern conveniences which adds to the change of pace; for example a generator for pumping water and for limited house use (bathroom lights, a few sockets for a hair dryer, help light path to dock...), No A/C (camp is very open to cool lake breezes and the lake temperature is refreshing) kerosene lamps (though the days long,) fire place for heat, no TV and is accessed boat. For our families, it has always been a place for fun and togetherness without the distractions of modern life.

Rates (MINIMUM Stay 5 nights, Sorry, No Exceptions)

Recommendations: Full moons weeks June 20, July 19 and August 18, 2016

New moons, though later at night are my favorites, week following June 5, July 5, August 3 and September 2, 2016.
The evening sky has been spectacular this June and July with Jupiter and Venus setting side by side after sun down. Venus has been shining so brightly it casts a "Venus beam" on the water.
Time of year Begins Ends Weekly Extra Minimum

Night Stay
Pre-Season May 18 June 26 $1,780 $254 5 Nights
Peak June 28 July 31 $1,780 $254 5 Nights
Tail Aug 1 Sept 15 $1,780 $254 5 Nights

Additional information and fees

  • Cleaning $100 per two hour visit (self cleaning option available with your own linens).
    Deposit of $500 to hold, refundable with 2 weeks cancel notice.
    Lodging sales tax in NH is 9%.
    Security deposit $500 refundable at departure.
    Transportation to and from Glendale is available for $50 per trip to cover operating costs.
    Cell phone and wireless internet service is available with Verizon offering the strongest signals.
    Minimum stay is 5 nights.

Telephone and Email Contacts

Language: English
Telephone: 1-603-998-4564
Owner: Scott and Becky
We welcome your call or email.