Inter-Actions

Summer Camp for Children who are Blind or Visually Impaired

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Camp Inter-Actions in Kingston, NH provides a traditional summer camp experience for boys and girls ages 8-15 who are blind or visually impaired.

Take a look at our camp daily schedule here!

Through challenging and rewarding experiences the campers will make new friends, learn new skills, gain self-confidence, and develop independence. All program activities are designed in a safe and fun environment for children who are blind or visually impaired.

Inter-Actions is located on 200 acres with a secluded shorefront on a crystal clear lake. A sandy beach, canoes, and kayaks add to the fun at the waterfront. Campers and their counselors sleep in screened cabins. The dining hall, main house, and nurse’s cabin are close by in a rustic setting. Camp Inter-Actions is an ideal setting for a traditional summer camp experience.

Activities include; music, swimming, boating, fishing, adapted sports and games, arts and crafts, pottery, woodworking, camping, nature activities, leadership skills, and daily living skills. All activities are incorporated into fun-filled days!

  • Camp Director Debbie Gross received a M.Ed. from Boston College.   She founded Camp Inter-Actions in 1998, bringing more than 20 years experience as an Orientation and Mobility Instructor.  Debbie’s many summers of enjoyment as a camper and camp counselor influenced her decision to create a traditional summer camp experience for children who are blind or visually impaired.
  • Music Director Duy Bui is a graduate of Manhattan School of Music in Piano Performance. Duy taught piano at the Lighthouse International Music School. The wonderful experience of teaching our campers has inspired Duy to pursue a graduate degree at UNH, majoring in Music Education and Choral Conducting.  With Duy’s guidance, music has become a highlight of the camp program for our campers.
  • New Hampshire Public Radio

    Our Music Director, Duy Bui, and our music program highlighted on New Hampshire Public Radio, April 2012. Learn more here.

About Us

We are a non-profit organization providing summer camping and recreational programming for children who are blind or visually impaired.