Jet-Setting To Summer Camp

Tracy Lee Carroll

Happy campers at Boy Scouts' Camp Wanocksett in the Nashua Valley.

New England’s summer camp-dotted forests have long been an economic staple of the region’s tourism industry.  But The New York Times has found that instead of loading up the kids in the mini-van for the trek into the dark reaches of the Northern Forest, some jet-setters (and their kids) are living up to the name.  And it’s been a boon for a number of small airports from New Hampshire to Maine.


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