Camp Deer Run
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oooh, orphan Camp Deer Run is a Christian summer camp for girls located on Lake Winnipesaukee in New Hampshire, USA. It was started in 1964 on the property of Camp Brookwoods, a summer camp for boys. Camp sessions are either two or four weeks long. First time campers under the age of 10 can participate in a one-week explorer club program.
Camp Deer Run is part of Christian Camps and Conference, Inc. which operates Camp Brookwoods and Moose River Outpost in addition to Camp Deer Run. Camp Deer Run is accredited by the American Camping Association and part of the Christian Camp and Conference Association.
Camp Deer Run in New York
"We regret to inform you that Camp Deer Run will not be re-opening for the 2010 season. Our property in Pine Bush, New York is on the market for sale." 
The 130 acre camp sponsored Operation Purple, a program run by the National Military Family Association, which helps children of the U.S. servicemen cope with their absence. Each camp session is one to two weeks long. In July 2007, Camp Deer Run hosted 59 campers whose parents were serving in the armed forces.
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