New London, CT Summer Camps

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Us Coast Guard Academy Summer Introduction
New London, CT  
Camp Type:
Residential Camp
Activities:
Traditional Camps
Gender:
Coed
 
 
Wild Liberty Internships
New London, CT  

We stay at Connecticut College in a specialty house with seven rooms, 2.5 baths, living room and kitchen. Every morning and night we have our meals in the dinning hall....

Camp Type:
Residential Camp
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Academic and Pre-College Camps: Animals
Gender:
Coed
 

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New London is a seaport city and a port of entry on the northeast coast of the United States. It is located at the mouth of the Thames River in New London County, southeastern Connecticut. View of New London in 1854 Historic United Church of Christ on State Street in New London – side photo taken from Citizens Bank The area was called Nameaug by the Pequot Indians. John Winthrop, Jr. founded the first English settlement here in 1646, making it about the 13th town settled in Connecticut. Inhabitants informally named it Pequot after the tribe. The Connecticut General Assembly wanted to name the town Faire Harbour, but the citizens protested, declaring that they would prefer it to be called Nameaug. The legislature relented, and on March 10, 1658 the town was officially named after London, England. The harbor was considered to be the best deep water harbor on Long Island Sound, and consequently New London became a base of American naval operations during the Revolutionary War. Famous New Londoners during the American Revolution include Nathan Hale, William Coit, Richard Douglass, Thomas & Nathaniel Shaw, Gen.Samuel Parsons, Printer Timothy Green, Reverend Seabury. New London was raided & nearly burned to the ground on September 6, 1781 Battle of Groton Heights, by Norwich Native Benedict Arnold in the attempts to destroy the colonial privateer fleet and storage of goods...