Three Mile Island Camp is a family-oriented facility of the Appalachian Mountain Club. Located on Lake Winnipesaukee in Meredith, NH, Three Mile Island welcomes AMC members and the general public to summer and fall vacation opportunities. Situated on an island of 43 rocky woodland acres, this shorefront camp offers families a delightful recreational experience in the heart of New Hampshire's lake district. Exploration of the woods, swimming, boating, and conservation programs are just a sampling of the pleasures this island getaway offers. Meals are served family style in a warm, social atmosphere. Three Mile Island camp is open for nine summer weeks and four fall weekends.

TMI Photo Album

This web site now hosts a photo album, which already incudes hundreds of photos contributed by TMI campers. If you would like to contribute your own photos, please send an e-mail to webmaster Benji Fisher. Use the same address for questions, comments, complaints, and kudos.

Lost and Found

  • Camera—Polaroid Fun Shooter (blue, no case)
  • Prescription Eyeglasses—narrow, black metal frames in a hard, black case with red lining and Converse logo
  • Samsung camera battery—in black cloth bag with red Samsung tag (left in the card room in 2007 or maybe earlier)

If you think any of these belong to you, contact Joy Bloomfield:

Island Educator Jamie McMillan

Island Educator Jamie McMillan

Jamie McMillan is the island educator at the Appalachian Mountain Club’s Three Mile Island Camp for the summer of 2008. Each summer, the island educator provides educational programs for campers on topics relevant to life on the island. This year, Jamie will also be working on developing a Sustainability Plan for Three Mile Island Camp as part of his island educator duties. Work on the Sustainability Plan is being coordinated with the Center for the Environment at Plymouth State University (PSU) where Jamie is a senior.

Jamie is majoring in environmental planning at PSU and he serves as the president of the university’s Outing Club. Originally from Acworth, he has previously worked for the National Park Service in Colorado and Alaska, and also for the Northern Forest Canoe Trail.

Summer Season Under Way

Opening weekend, with enthusiastic volunteers braving the heat wave to replace the shingles on Rock Ledge 1 and 3, is behind us, Croo Week is already a few days old as I write this, and Week 1 will start in a few days. I just received my copy of the summer newsletter in the mail (available here in PDF format). An important item mentioned there is that the island will no longer have an epi-pen on hand for the use of campers, because of a change in New Hampshire law. If you need one, make sure to bring it with you, and tell us about it.


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