Burley Farms at Southeast Land Trust
247 North River Road
Epping, NH 03042
United States

All-Terrain Learning Adventures (ATLAS) Summer Camp!

Embark on a journey of self-discovery and nature exploration at the Southeast Land Trust (SELT) of New Hampshire's All-Terrain Learning Adventures (ATLAS) Summer Camp! Designed for adventurers aged 9-12, this week long experience promises an unforgettable blend of outdoor fun, wild play, and social-emotional wellness.

Camp Highlights:

  • Dates: Two separate weeks of camp: July 15th-19th and 22nd-26th
  • Time: 9:00AM-3:00PM
  • Location: Burley Farms, Southeast Land Trust of New Hampshire, Epping, NH and Local Parks
  • Registration and Cost: Registration will open April 1st through 4HOnline and will close on June 28th. Full camp tuition is due upon registration and is $200 for one week. Registration fee is fully refundable prior to July 1st. Financial aid is available upon request. Limited space is available (there will be a wait list).
  • Ages: 9 to 12 years

What to Expect: 

Wild Play Adventures: Dive into the wonders of outdoor play, fostering creativity, resilience, and teamwork. From building forts to nature-inspired games, campers can expect a safe space to explore their natural surroundings with the comfort of their peers as well as trained and supportive adults.

Exploration of Local Wild Spaces: Immerse yourself in the beauty of New Hampshire's natural landscapes. In addition to exploring Burley Farms, our campers will go paddling on the Lamprey River, spend a day at Jenness State Beach, and go swimming at UNH.

Social and Emotional Wellness: Guided by experienced outdoor educators and counselors, our camp focuses on building essential social and emotional skills like assertive communication, empathetic listening, and mindfulness tools to support their mental wellness. Utilizing expressive outlets, like painting and writing as well as more active ones like yoga and cooperative games, campers will be encouraged to reflect on their own thoughts, feelings, and behaviors, while also being part of a community.  

Experienced Educators: Campers can expect a small youth-to-adult ratio, with our licensed educators and counselors, UNH interns, and Epping High School students (as counselors-in-training) to ensure an engaging and supportive experience.

Why Choose ATLAS Summer Camp?

  • Experienced Outdoor Educators and Counselors
  • Safe and Inclusive Environment
  • Hands-on Learning in Nature
  • Unforgettable Memories and Friendships

Campers Will Need the Following Items: Water Bottle, Lunch (Daily), Swimsuit (depending on the day’s activity), Towel, Sunscreen/Bug Spray, Seasonably Appropriate Clothing for Outdoor Activities (shorts, sneakers, t-shirt, sweatshirt, raincoat, hat/sunglasses, etc.)

Let's make this summer a wild and wellness-filled experience for our youth!

Accommodations: If you need an accommodation to participate in our programming, please contact Kristin Eberl at or by phone at (603) 432-5260, prior to the event. Given ample time, we will make any reasonable effort to meet your needs, including language access services if requested, which will be provided free of charge.

Youth canoeing at SELT Southeast Land Trust in Epping NH
  • For more information contact:

    Kristin Eberl, Extension Field Specialist, Youth Behavioral Health & Wellness

    Lizzy Franceschini, Education Program Manager at SELT

    For help with 4Honline registration contact Janell George at or call 603-696-1716