King Pine is located in East Madison, New Hampshire and has established a rich tradition of delivering enjoyment for kids and their families. King Pine is part of the Purity Spring Resort, located on a pristine private lake, and has celebrated over one hundred years of hospitality. Since 1939, a King Pine institution has been the Ski and Snowboard Camp for kids. This tradition is the longest running ski camp in the country. The Hoyt family has owned Purity Spring since the late 1800’s and offers a variety of year-round family camp destinations, including Camp Tohkomeupog for Boys, Danforth Bay Camping & RV Resort, The Bluffs RV Resort (exclusively for age 50+), Hoyt Wildlife Sanctuary, Purity Spring Resort, and King Pine Ski Area.

King Pine is conveniently located to the south-east of the White Mountains and its proximity to Boston and the surrounding area, makes it a popular destination for skiers all across New England. King Pine is known for its family-friendly atmosphere, affordability, consistent snow conditions, and lodging options.


King Pine Ski Area at Purity Spring Resort

1251 Eaton Road, Rt. 153

East Madison, New Hampshire 03849



About the Hoyt Family of Businesses

For five generations, the Hoyt Family has called East Madison, NH its home, welcoming guests to this tiny, beautiful corner of the world. In addition to Purity Spring Resort in East Madison, NH, the Hoyt Family invites you to learn more about its other businesses:

With a pristine private lake, full recreation program, family-friendly dining and lodging, and stunning natural surroundings, Purity Spring Resort has become a tradition for many and is the ideal destination for affordable family vacations, weekend getaways, weddings and reunions.


Tohkomeupog is a traditional overnight boys’ camp located on 1000 acres of New Hampshire wilderness and surrounding the sparkling waters of a private lake.


One of New Hampshire's top RV and camping destinations, with a half-mile of shorefront on Danforth Bay and a full summertime recreation program.



Seasonal rental sites on 150 forested acres overlooking Huckins Pond and Ossipee Lake - designed just for adults 50-plus.



Company History

Edward E. Hoyt, founder of Purity Springs Farms, started with a small country inn, sawmill and a water-bottling operation. The Hoyt Natural Mineral Spring Water Company bottled the aptly named Purity Spring Water and shipped it to New York... Read more