One-day and week-long camps packed with hands-on, science-based activities for kids ages 6 to 15. Explore field, forest, salt marsh, and beach in a protected reserve featuring a barn classroom and well equipped teaching laboratory. Scholarships available. Contact: Suzanne Kahn Email: email@example.com Website: www.wellsreserve.org/camps
West End House Camp, founded by James Storrow in 1908, comprises 135-acres, including 4,000 feet on Long Pond. We offer affordable excellence! Each modern cabin houses 12 campers and 3 staff, including bathroom with private hot shower. Sports, waterfront, games and challenges, and lifelong friends! Best value on New England!
WEHGC opened its doors in 2011 alongside the West End House Camp (for boys) on Long Pond in Parsonsfield, Maine. We now support over 192 girls per summer and have plans to grow to accommodate over 300 girls per summer.
Camp Wigwam, founded in 1910, is located in southwestern Maine in the foothills of the White Mountains. The entire property is cradled in a majestic pine grove on the natural white sand beach of Bear Lake.
Of all the opportunities available to kids today, few can provide the profound experience available at Camp Winnebago; a classic Maine summer camp promoting achievement and skill development while instilling values of respect for the outdoors and understanding that success is defined by effort rather than outcome.
What sets Winona apart? Find out more about Winona's program (extensive wilderness trips, athletics, in-camp activities), our counselors, our location (with a mile of shore frontage on beautiful Moose Pond) and our success teaching boys & young men how to gain confidence and develop leadership skills.
Wohelo offers a mile of shore front on crystal clear Sebago Lake. Cabins without electricity are nestled in the woods and along the shore line. Run by the founding family for more than 100 years, third and fourth generation directors. Little Wohelo offers a daily rotating schedule.
At Wolfe's Neck Farm Camp, kids engage in hands-on learning about sustainable agriculture and the environment. Campers take care of livestock, tend our gardens, and make new friends while exploring 626 acres of farmland, forest, and coast.
A non-competitive atmosphere which allows campers to build confidence. Emphasis is on personal development and group cooperation. Program is individualized for each camper based on their goals and interests.