Staff FAQs

Is there internet access at Camp?
Yes. We have internet access in our staff lounge. This is made available to staff during their time off throughout the summer.

How do I get paid while at camp?
You will be paid by check or cash every two weeks.

What do I do with my valuables while at camp?

Winaukee provides a small locker for you to store your phone, wallet, paperwork, passport, etc.  We strongly encourage you not to bring any items of value (i.e. laptop or jewelry).

How do I get to camp?

Drive:  For Directions, click here.

Fly:  The nearest airports are Manchester Airport (Manchester, New Hampshire – MHT) and Boston Logan Airport (Boston, Massachusetts – BOS). Please call or email to let us know your travel itinerary and we can match you up with our scheduled pick up times.

Bus. You can take a bus from New York City and Boston. From New York you can take the Greyhound Bus Line – 800-229-9424. From Boston take Concord Coach Lines – 800-639-3317 to Center Harbor and we will pick you up from there.

What do I do if I have any questions?
Call the Winaukee main office at 800-487-9157. You can also email

What is the weather like at camp?
During the day at camp the weather is usually in the in the 80’s(Fahrenheit) or mid 20’s (Celsius). The nights can get cold in the beginning and toward the end of camp.

Do I need to bring blankets and sheets?
Staff coming from the U.S and Canada need to bring their own sheets and blankets. Overseas staff will be provided with sheets and blankets.

Will I get a day off?
Absolutely!  You will receive 1 day off each week.  There are so many fun areas to explore around camp.  You can chill out on a beach, hike the White Mountains, shop at the outlets or just relax on camp!

Where will I be living at camp?
Most of our staff live in the cabins with campers. Program heads and some other key staff live apart from the campers.

What do I pack for Camp?
Bring t-shirts, shorts, sweat pants, sweat shirts, towels, bathing suits, sneakers/cleats and any athletic equipment needed to teach your specific sport.