Campers run through miles of classic Maine woods trails on our peninsula and nearby around the lake. Many trails follow the shore for the best views of the water and the opposite shore. Several loops intersect for convenient ways to add or subtract to a run. We have several hill workout loops with a few good ups and downs, and spyglass hill at the cove provides a longer slope with a great view across the lake to Rattlesnake Mountain, where campers kayak and run near the end of the week.
Open swim is never dull with a water trampoline, floating toys, water basketball, and numerous docks.
Most cabins feature built-in pine wood bunks with storage shelves built in between each set of beds.
Our buffet style serving line always features a vegetarian option on top of a well balanced meal and friendly servers.
The natural beach is flat, wide, fifty meters long, and composed of fine golden sand that makes it a great site for swimming, beach volleyball, D-Day invasion, and sand castle building. The beach is bordered by great shade trees under which there are beach chairs that provide a beautiful setting for reading.
The forest trail system is used for tennis ball fights, guerilla warfare, nature hikes, and capture the flag. Trails traverse the peninsula and follow the shore of the lake providing spectacular views.
The dining area is the oldest building at camp. It sits on the water's edge, and the reflections of sunlight dance on the ceiling at breakfast each morning.
The Colosseum is a huge indoor space ideal for volleyball, floor hockey, indoor soccer, baseketball, small dodgeball games, and our weekly trivia night. It is also our storm shelter in case of high wind or thunderstorms.
Our campfire area is located right next to the lake. It seats over 150 people on large log-style benches. Our dance floor is the site of many competitions, performances, and dances.
The boys' cabins all lie within 150 feet of the water. They feature large screened windows for excellent ventilation, and cozy wooden construction for a real camp feel.
The girls' cabins are on the opposite side of the main lodge. They are all within 50 feet of the water.
Volleyball, basketball, badminton, and tetherball are fun free-time options.
Most of our bunks are built of white pine along the edges of the cabins to give campers proximity to the windows.
The area outside the dining hall has several picnic tables for those campers who prefer to eat outside.
Campers have one hour each day to work on summer reading.
During rainy periods, the camp offers a number of activities including some more relaxed games from our collection of board games.
Our main lodge features ping pong, foosball, and bumper pool.
Campers meet at our log-style amphitheater between each activity period to hear the next set of fun choices.
A wet twist on an old camp classic.
Open swim is full of fun options like water basketball.