Maine Summer Camps

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Total: 59
Camp Wekeela for Boys and Girls
Hartford, ME

Camp Wekeela is a coed residential camp nestled on Little Bear Pond in the beautiful state of Maine. Water Skiing, Tennis, Outdoor Adventure, Land Sports, Water Sports, Creative, Performing and Culinary Arts are core components of our program, as well as Outdoor Adventure tripping.

Kamp Kohut
Oxford, ME

Four weeks and a lifetime of memories...

Camp Walden
Denmark, ME

Walden, founded in 1916, is a traditional girl's summer camp, ideally situated on Walden Pond in Denmark Maine.

Camp Tekakwitha
Leeds, ME

French-speaking camp situated in Maine, U.S.A. Recognized for its emphasis on human relationship, it offers a wide variety of activities and a special program for teenagers (mountain trekking).

Acting Manitou
Oakland, ME

Experience Maine, theater training and performance, and a lifelong community of friends and fellow artists

JCC Camp Kingswood
Bridgton, ME

JCC Camp Kingswood is an overnight camp for boys and girls entering grades 3-11. Located on a beautiful lake in southern Maine.

Camp Runoia
Belgrade, ME

Traditional girls, overnigt camp offering a wide ranging , general program in a family type environment.

Camp Med-O-Lark
Washington, ME

Med-O-Lark Camp is a coed summer program with 300 campers from across the world. Our program focuses on many genres of dance, theater arts, over 15 crafts courses, culinary arts, varied levels of tennis, circus arts, fine arts, waterskiing, and equestrian arts.

New England Frontier Camp
Lovell, ME

New England Frontier Camp provides unparalleled action and excitement through programs designed for young men. We are located on Kezar Lake and occupy 300 acres of wooded countryside just south of the White Mountain National Forest.

Camp Wawenock
Raymond, ME

Wawenock is a welcoming camp family that celebrates each girl’s unique skills and personality. A Wawenock experience grounds girls with stable roots and empowers her with the confidence to fly at camp and beyond!

Chewonki
Wiscasset, ME

Located on a 400 acre coastal peninsula in Maine, Chewonki offers a boy's camp program for 8-15 year olds, adventures for girls, and a variety of coed wilderness expeditions for teens.

SoccerPlus Camps
Multiple Sites in Multiple States, CA

SoccerPlus Camps conducts soccer camps across the country and is presented by Tony DiCicco, Head Coach of the 1996 Olympic Gold-Medal Winning, 1999 World Cup Champion USA Women's National Soccer Teams, and 2008 FIFA U20 Women's World Cup Champion USA U20 National Soccer Team.

Agawam
Raymond, ME

Traditional, values-oriented camp program at a site combining mature forest and open spaces on the shores of beautiful Crescent Lake in Southern Maine.

Champions Hockey Academy
Gorham, ME

Champions Hockey Academy offers all young and adult players an opportunity to enhance their game with proper fundamental training, strength and conditioning exercises in a fun, energetic atmosphere.

Ocean Classroom Seafaring Adventure Camp
Boothbay Harbor, ME

One and two week learning adventures along the New England Coast for young people ages 13-19, sailing and living aboard the schooners Spirit of Massachusetts, Harvey Gamage, and Westward.

Modin
Belgrade, ME

Established in 1922, Modin is the oldest Jewish camp in New England, providing children a premiere camping experience with top-notch facilities and a nurturing staff. Our community-oriented environment provides 375 children from around the world the means to learn, grow and develop lifelong friendships, all in a Jewish cultural setting.

Slovenski Camps
Raymond, ME

Affordable Camps, Priceless Results

Camp Skylemar
Naples, ME

Located in the beautiful state of Maine, Camp Skylemar is a sports-oriented camp for 160 boys, ages 7-15.

Friends Camp
South China, ME

A caring and accepting community with Quaker values, creative activities and zany fun!

Mad Science of Maine
Portland, ME

Gallons of glowing liquids; strange objects flying through the air; messages written in secret code; robots that dance upon command. Is this a fictional account of a visit to another planet? No . . it's a Mad Science summer camp!