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The Annual Camp Meeting played a significant role in the spiritual revivals of historic New England. Families from hundreds of miles around poured into campgrounds once a year for worship, singing, preaching, and fellowship. The Newmarket, NH Camp Meeting grew so large that its 18,000 people had to move to Epping, NH! What would it have been like to see that many people assemble to listen to God's Word, or have families sit around the campfire teaching the youth about the things of God? These camp meetings eventually died out and are now forgotten.

NESBC has decided to bring back an Annual Camp Meeting each September that focuses on the teaching of God's Word in a casual, camping setting. This environment provides access to the great outdoors, fishing, boating, making fire, and survival skills, but it also presents the opportunity to disciple the next generation away from the busyness of daily life by spending time in God’s Word. Camp is an opportunity to take a break from television, computers, jobs, and routine tasks to fellowship, sing, worship, and serve with other Bible-believing Christians. Daily preaching and quiet times are interspersed with food and fun. For those who are not interested in camping overnight, please visit us during the day. You are welcome to independently rent a cabin just a few miles away if you prefer not to camp out.

The campground we use is rustic and limited to tent camping or popups. RVs and pets are not allowed. The camp sites do not have water or electricity hookups, but both are easily accessible. Showers are about 1.5 miles away, but modern bathrooms are on site at the pavilion in the middle of the camp. All gatherings, meals, and services will be held at the pavilion. Grills are provided for cooking if needed.

When: Friday September 20, 2024 1:00pm through Sunday September 22, 2024 3:00pm.

Where: Pawtuckaway State Park in Nottingham, NH. Less than 40 minutes to the coastal beaches to the east and to Manchester to the west, Pawtuckaway State Park Campground is situated for easy access to a variety of attractions and activities. This 5,000-acre preserve is one of the largest state parks in southeastern New Hampshire and is named for Pawtuckaway Lake and the Pawtuckaway Mountains. 128 Mountain Rd, Nottingham, NH 03290

  • Arrive between 1-6 pm on Friday. Upon arrival, proceed to the Welcome Center to the right and get a parking pass for NESBC at the Youth Camping Area. Please inform the attendant that admission has been prepaid.

  • Continue 1.7 miles and turn right towards the youth group area. Proceed .2 of a mile to the end of the road. Do not enter the dirt parking lot on the left at .1 of a mile.

  • Special medical instructions or allergies must be reported at registration.

  • If it is necessary to change your plans or arrival time, please notify us immediately.

  • All camp site assignments will be arranged before the campers arrive. We will try our best to accommodate requests, but we cannot make guarantees. All children must sleep with the same parents or guardians each night. Please do not share camp sites.



Pastor Justin Weberg grew up in a solid Christian family in Minnesota, and professed Christ as his Savior at the age of four.  Surrendering to the call of ministry in high school, he attended Northland Baptist Bible College in Dunbar, WI and graduated with a degree in Missions.  The summer after graduating, he worked at Northland's camp where he met his future bride, Amy, a camp nurse who grew up in a missionary family serving in Cuernavaca, Mexico.  They married the following year while Justin was working on his M.Div. at Calvary Baptist Theological Seminary in Lansdale, PA.  Following seminary, the Webergs served for a year in Dujiangyan, China and then participated in a year-long internship at Trinity Baptist in Concord, NH under Pastor Charles Phelps.  They have served in Colebrook since 2006.

Pastor Justin & Amy Weberg

The Sunday Morning service serves as the weekly Worship Service for New England Shores Baptist Church. We encourage campers to attend their own local church, and we do welcome visitors to our service. 

What To Bring

Cost: A registration fee of $20 per family for overnight camping or $10 for day guests for all three days of activity will be fully donated to our special speaker, Pastor Justin Weberg. 

The cost of the camp sites are paid for by NESBC. While admission to the campground is covered, you will be responsible for bringing your own food and drink. NESBC will assist by providing the following food:

  • Friday Night Dinner (5:30pm-7:00pm): Hot Dogs, Buns, Chips, Condiments Provided by NESBC

  • Saturday Breakfast (7:45am-8:45am): Pancakes Provided by NESBC

  • Sunday Breakfast (7:45am-8:45am): Pancakes Provided by NESBC

  • Sunday Lunch (12:00pm - 1:30pm): Provided by NESBC

  • An abundance of caffeinated coffee will also be provided by NESBC

  • You are responsible for providing your own meals for Saturday’s lunch and dinner, and any special dietary needs that are necessary.

What To Bring:


Camping: Tent, Sleeping Bag, Pillow, Air Mattress, Bible, Pen, Notebook, Tarps, Warm Clothes, Bug Spray, Sunscreen, Recreational Equipment, Refillable Water Bottles


Clothes: Socks, Jeans/Pants/Skirts, T-Shirts, Sweatshirts, Regular Shirts/Blouse, No Tight Fitting Clothes, No Short Shorts, No Short Skirts, No Bikinis (ladies, please wear a t-shirt over for modesty). Ladies are welcome to wear modest slacks or pants. Men are requested to keep shirts on unless attending a designated swim time.


Towels: Washcloth, Hand Towel, Beach Towel, Bath Towel, 


Toiletries: Toothbrush/paste, Hairbrush, Shampoo / Soap, Deodorant


Shoes: Sneakers (General Use & Trails), Hiking Boots, Sandals, Water Shoes


Coats: Lightweight Jacket, Raincoat or Rain Poncho




Friday, September 20
1:00pm - 6:00pm: Check-in: 
5:30pm -7:00pm: Dinner - NESBC provides hot dogs, buns, condiments, chips

7:15pm - 8:00pm: Church Service
8:00pm - 10:00pm: Fireside Fellowship
10:00pm: Lights Out


Saturday, September 21
7:45am - 8:45am: Breakfast - NESBC provides pancakes
9:00am - 9:45am: God & I Time
10:00am - 10:45am - Morning Devotional
10:45am - 12:00pm: Free Time
12:00pm - 1:30pm: Lunch - BYOF - Grills provided
1:30pm - 5:00pm: Free Time Activities

Pickelball Tournament

Teen Nerf War

Pawtuckaway State Park Nature Discussion
Children's Craft
Ladies Craft
Bushcraft Skills

Scavenger Hunts

Organized Sports


5:00pm - 6:30pm: Dinner - BYOF - Grills provided
6:45pm - 7:30pm: Church Service
7:45pm - 8:30pm: Entertainment Time
8:30pm - 10:00pm: Fireside Fellowship
10:00pm: Lights Out


Sunday, September 22
am - 8:45am Breakfast - NESBC provides pancakes
9:00am - 10:00am: Cleaning
10:30am -12:00pm: Sunday Worship
12:30pm - 1:30pm: Lunch - NESBC provides sausage sandwiches, condiments, chips
2:00pm: Dismissed

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