Mormons make $2.9M offer for Boy Scouts land
KINGSTON, N.H. The Mormon church has expressed interest in purchasing the 125-acre Lone Tree Reservation Boy Scout Camp for $2.9 million, a move that would allow the church to establish a permanent girls camp at the location.
The Mormon church has made it very clear that they intend to buy a property in Southern New Hampshire for a girls camp, said Randy Larson, an executive for the Yankee Clipper Council, the Boy Scout organization that owns the camp.
The proposal, which is not yet a formal offer, would allow Boy Scouts to use the camp for two weeks each summer and on weekends throughout the year.