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ADA Camp Carefree takes place at

Lion's Camp Pride

154 Lion's Camp Pride Way

New Durham, NH  03855

 

You can use address above in your navigation/GPS system.

The interactive map below is provided by Mapquest.

 

Written directions are provided below the imbedded map.  Just click the "FROM" links above.

 

 

FROM THE SOUTH EAST

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Take Route 95 North through the Hampton toll plaza and continue onto the Spaulding Turnpike North.  Please be aware that there is ongoing construction on Spaulding Turnpike and signage is in transition, so read existing signs carefully.

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Go through the Rochester toll and take Exit 15 (Route 11 West/Lake Winnipesaukee).  Turn left at the end of the exit ramp on to Route 11 West.

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Follow Route 11 West to Route 153 North (a right hand turn-off).  You’ll pass a gas station and a furniture store and the right hand turn onto 153 is right after.

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Proceed through Farmington, bear right after downtown Farmington, and continue on 153 North.  You’ll pass Middleton Building Supply and a truck dealership—stay straight on this road (don’t turn right).  The road turns into King’s Highway at this point.

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Go about 4.9 miles on King's Highway and take a left onto Lion’s Camp Pride Way—this is a dirt road, with a house and horse corral.  At each fork of the road, bear left.  Go 2.1 miles, and it brings you directly into camp!

 

 

FROM THE SOUTH WEST

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Take Route 3/Everett Turnpike North to 101 East in Manchester.

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Follow 101 East until just past the split with 93 North (stay on 101).

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Take the first exit following the split for 28 by-pass.

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Follow 28 by-pass North to the junction with 28 North in Hooksett.

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Continue on 28 North through 2 circles, ultimately to Middleton Road (Middleton Road joins Route 28 in Wolfeboro).  At the intersection of Route 28 and Middleton Road is a blinking light, and Weston Auto Body (straight ahead).

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Turn right onto Middleton Road.  Drive about 4.5 miles and turn right onto Lion’s Camp Pride Way—this is a dirt road, with a house and horse corral.  At each fork of the road, bear left.  Go 2.1 miles, and it brings you directly into camp!

 

FROM THE EAST

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Take the Route 153 South exit off of Route 16.

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Follow 153 South through Union and turn right at the stop sign at Middleton Building Supply.  You are now on King’s Highway.

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Go about 4.9 miles on King's Highway and take a left onto Lion’s Camp Pride Way—this is a dirt road, with a house and horse corral.  At each fork of the road, bear left.  Go 2.1 miles, and it brings you directly into camp!

 

 

FROM THE NORTH OR WEST

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bullet Take Route 28 to Middleton Road (Middleton Road joins Route 28 in Wolfeboro).  At the intersection of Route 28 and Middleton Road is a blinking light, and Weston Auto Body (on your left).
bullet Turn left onto Middleton Road.  Drive about 4.5 miles and turn right onto Lion’s Camp Pride Way—this is a dirt road, with a house and horse corral.  At each fork of the road, bear left.  Go 2.1 miles, and it brings you directly into camp!

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