Sail into the Future at Camp Fuller!
The Turner Point Development Project
Camp Fuller's Turner Point is the "Jewel of Salt Pond" and this waterfront area has been the heart of the Camp Fuller experience for over 125 years. The Turner Point Development Project (TPDP) is a comprehensive revitalization and beautification project dedicated to improving and protecting our waterfront asset for generations to come.
Led by Capital Campaign Chair Arthur Holden and Co-Chairs David Shine, David Avedesian, and Paul Sheinkopf (read our November 2014 Welcome Letter), as well as many other committed Fuller alums, the Turner Point Development Project has secured $1 million in funding toward a goal of $1.5 million. Please consider donating to our capital campaign. Learn more here.
Out with the Old & In with the New
Our old and battered Boathouse withstood 50 years was dispatched with alacrity, to make way for an environmentally responsible and state-of-the-art NEW Boathouse. See new construction photos below. And camp historian and renowned photographer Jonathan Geiger, who was there to capture her demolition, invites you to check out THESE PHOTOS, and VIDEO of her demise.
Old Boathouse tear-down
New boathouse as of July 2015