Maine Summer Camps Listing
A guide to the summer camps that make Maine so memorable.
MAINE TEEN CAMP
Maine Teen is a coed camp in southwestern Maine, with several session options for registration. It offers an elective program, ranging from performance and creative arts to sports and trips. Tech-free and choice-led in a unique, diverse, and teen-centered camp environment.
ACADIA INSTITUTE OF OCEANOGRAPHY
AIO introduces young people to the exciting world of marine science through a unique hands-on curriculum that combines biological, physical, and chemical oceanography with field, classroom, offshore, and laboratory work. Each summer, 200 young people attend AIO from all over the United States and around the world to spend two weeks on the coast of Maine near Acadia National Park.
Wyonegonic and Winona Camps are the oldest sister/brother camps in the nation. The two separate camps are in beautiful forested, lakefront settings. Campers choose from a broad base of traditional activities depending on individual goals and interests. There is particular focus on waterf ront activities, outdoor skills, and wilderness trips.
BIRCH ROCK CAMP
Birch Rock Camp models a life of simplicity, championing civility and mutual support. With only 85 campers, the camp community provides a nurturing place where boys can truly enjoy boyhood, disconnect from the electronic world, and reconnect to the natural wonders of life. A daily choice of exciting activities is offered in waterfront sports, field games, primitive skill crafts, wilderness trips, and more, balancing independence, structure, and fun. Two-, three-, four-, and seven-week options are available.
HURRICANE ISLAND CENTER FOR SCIENCE AND LEADERSHIP
At Hurricane Island, students connect with the natural world and with one another. They participate in field work within a community of researchers in action. Middle and high school students can choose from a range of week-long ecology programs or in-depth two-week marine science sessions on beautiful Hurricane Island.
Raymond | Boys | Resident | Ages 8–15 | campagawam.org | 207.627.4780
At Camp Agawam, a boy learns to become his best self. Through a structured seven-week program filled with opportunities for leadership, teamwork, and healthy competition in a digital-free environment, boys develop character traits to play a positive role in their communities. Since 1919, sportsmanship, service to others, and stewardship of the natural world have been at the heart of the Agawam experience.
Livermore | Coed | Resident | Ages 7–18 | campcenterstage.org | 207.500.2233
Camp CenterStage is committed to nurturing young artists of all experiences in a noncompetitive and encouraging setting. CCS’s invigorating program offers campers the opportunity to learn valuable life skills through a variety of arts and traditional camp experiences, including acting, music, photography, dance, creative writing, filmmaking, painting, swimming, hiking, yoga and more. CCS’s two-week long sessions are: Standing Ovation, Barefoot Arts, and Under the Stars. It also offers a one-week leadership intensive.
Located on the shores of Sebago Lake in southern Maine, boys have been coming to O-AT-KA for over 117 years to explore interests, gain skills, make lasting friendships, and grow to be self-assured young men of character. Campers from around the world are immersed into a supportive, unplugged environment with robust arts, athletics, aquatic and wilderness programs. Sessions run from two to seven weeks.
Raymond | Boys | 3.5 & 7 Week Sessions | Ages 8-15 | timanous.org | 207.655.4569
We provide a simple, active lifestyle where campers grow in character and kindness alongside friends of all ages, mentored by engaging and supportive counselors.
PORTLAND YACHT CLUB JUNIOR SAILING PROGRAM
Falmouth Foreside | Coed Two-Week Sessions | Ages 6–17 | portlandyachtclub.com | 207.781.9820
The Portland Yacht Club’s sailing program offers novice to advanced classes, STEM adventure, and travel race teams. Registration begins February 1.