Mowglis’ mission is to guide boys on the journey to manhood by providing summertime, overnight “School of the Open” under the guidance and care of experienced staff members. Mowglis offers a rite of passage, giving boys the opportunity to become young men as they learn leadership skills, responsibility, integrity, their role in the community, and respect for nature.
Mowglis is a non-profit residential camp located in Hebron, NH. Mowglis offers a traditional summer camping experience for boys ages 7 to 17, helping them develop confidence, independence, personal resources, and a sense of responsibility toward others and the environment…all while having fun and making lifelong friends. Campers come from all over the world, representing as many as 20 states and 10 countries each year.
Mowglis is situated in the heart of New England on Newfound Lake, just south of New Hampshire’s White Mountains. The property includes 125 acres of pinewoods and open space, as well as an extensive shoreline.
The Yearling Program is an opportunity for boys ages 15-17 to develop additional leadership and outdoor skills. The three-week program incorporates backpacking, whitewater kayaking, rock climbing, mountain biking, and canoeing. Whitewater and rock climbing are provided through guide services. The purpose of the program is to have fun learning a variety of new hard skills while evolving into a high functioning group.