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With perfect summer weather, countless natural wonders, and spectacular beauty, there are plenty of life-changing moments for our campers just outside our gates.

Pitch a tent, build a fire, cook on the open flame, roast marshmallows, hike the mountains, brave the rapids, see the ocean, take in the stars, watch the sun rise. This is what camp in Maine is all about.

For our youngest campers, a fantastic starter trip is an overnight to our private island, combining the thrill of sleeping outside with the comfort of knowing that home is just a few hundred feet away. First session 4th and 5th graders will venture off to the coastal town of Camden with hikes up Mount Battie and along the state park trails. And, for the oldest 6th and 7th graders, an overnight in The Forks is followed up by Maine’s truest adventure, whitewater rafting down the Kennebec River.

The fun continues into the second session with return visits to the island for new campers, canoe trips along the lake, a hike and overnight at Tumbledown Mountain for the 5th, 6th, and 7th graders and and then an epic two-night excursion to Bar Harbor and Acadia National Park for all full season and second session campers, before returning for a final spectacular week at camp.

Summer camp should expose children to true growth opportunities through relationships, activities, and challenges. Moreover, it should give children the chance to step outside their comfort zone and see the world and themselves in a whole different light. Adventure awaits.