The map above shows the camp postal address. GPS applications will usually not take you all the way to check in. Bing maps (above) shows that David Plummer Rd continues all the way to camp buildings, our parking lot, and check in, while google maps (below) incorrectly shows that the road stops.
After turning off route 121 / Meadow Rd onto David Plummer Rd, drive up a slight hill and then down a hill to white cottages. The pavement stops here. Keep going basically straight but slightly right up a gradual hill. Parking is another quarter mile down this road by a large wood colored barn with a green roof and a red garage with a black roof. Call Dave at 207.751.9513 if you are lost.
Be careful on GPS not to use Plumber Rd, which is also in Raymond. Our address is on DAVID Plummer Rd. Plummer is the family name of the farmer who settled on the camp peninsula in the 1800s. Plummerville Cottages are on the isthmus as you drive into camp. Parents looking for a nice Maine vacation could consider a week at this lovely resort: http://www.plummerville.com/
Campers arriving by plane, train, or bus can request a complimentary shuttle to and from camp. Please see our Airport Shuttle page for information on this.
For directions to the Dick Fosbury Track Camp, use 6 South St, Brunswick, ME
We manage a set of vacation cottages right next door to camp. They operate on the same Saturday to Saturday schedule as camp, and we offer some discounts for families that rent a cottage. Check out camphawthornecottages.com to learn about the cottages.
There are a number of hotels and restaurants in the area. Many Mainers and out of state tourists come to the lake region for vacation and summer weekends. Look for North Windham, Raymond, Casco, or Naples for some close options
Our accommodations page has a very few area hotels and restaurants, but a web search is probably the best bet for finding food & entertainment to suite your fancy