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.
Situated in the pristine wilderness of Maine's beautiful Belgrade Lakes region, Camp Modin is one of the oldest private camps in New England. Located on a private, unspoiled lake, our 375 campers enjoy a community-oriented environment in which they can learn, grow and develop lifelong friendships. Camp Modin employs 150 professional teachers, mentors and counselors and is accredited by the American Camping Association. The Modin program offers professional instruction in over 70 athletic, waterfront, creative arts and pioneering activities. Extensive facilities and programs include: Lighted tennis and basketball courts, street hockey, baseball, soccer, lacrosse, professional theater, 13,000 square foot recreation center, fitness pavilion and gymnastic center, two craft studios, photography lab, media center, archery & riflery ranges, nature center, high ropes course and climbing tower, radio station, state-of-the art waterfront, including 90 canoes, sailboats, kayaks, windsurfers and tournament water-ski boats. Extensive wilderness expeditions and teen programs are available, including white-water rafting and cycling trips, excursions to Montreal as well as throughout New England.