DAY CAMP AGE GROUPS

PATHFINDERS  Ages 5

  • Traditional camp program with a focus on exploring nature.

  • Co-ed staff stay with campers as they participate in and change activities.

  • Pathfinders discover friends, talents, nature, and themselves in a safe and fun environment.  

 

TRAILBLAZERS Age 6

  • Traditional camp program with a focus on exploring nature.

  • Co-ed staff stay with campers as they participate in and change activities.

  • Trailblazers discover friends, talents, nature, and themselves in a safe and fun environment.  

 

  • Campers explore the environment include canoeing, water safety, camping and archery.

  • Co-ed staff stay with campers as they participate in and change activities.

  • Activities are designed to help the Explorers have fun while exploring their skills and talents and trying new things in a safe environment. 

  • Explorers can each choose an additional "Club" activity to fill their Free Block each Day.

 

PIONEERS Age 7-8

EXPLORERS Ages 9-10

  • Campers participate in traditional camp programming at an intermediate level.

  • Co-ed staff stay with campers as they participate in and change activities.

  • Activities are designed to help campers  have fun while growing their skills and  trying new things in a safe environment.

  • Pioneers can each choose an additional "Club" activity to fill their Free Block each Day.

 

RANGERS Ages 11-12

  • Rangers have more camper input on curriculum and activities in their traditional camp program

  • Co-ed staff stay with campers as they participate in and change activities.

  • Activities are designed to help Rangers have fun while expanding their skills and talents and provide opportunities to push their limits in a safe environment. 

  • Rangers can each choose an additional "Club" activity to fill their Free Block each Day.

 

Leaders In Training (L.I.T.) Ages 13-15

  • L.I.T.s participate in multiple activities such as Canoeing, Outdoor Ed., Free Swim & Swim  Lessons, Arts & Crafts, and Ropes Course.

  • Campers spend time each day with CIT's in leadership training. 

  • Activities are designed to help campers  understand the role of leadership and  become better leaders.

Counselors In Training (CITs) Ages 14-16

  • CIT’s will acquire the skills needed to become an effective camp counselor.  

  • CIT’s will gain the knowledge of:

  1. Leadership Skills

  2. Camp policies and procedures

  3. Camp programming

  4. Camper Management

  • CITs are accepted through an invitation and  application process. 

  • To apply please contact the Alfond Youth Center for more information.

COUNSELORS Ages 18 & Up

  • Counselors assist with program activities and guide and help all campers adjust and grow within the program guidelines and activities of swimming, arts and crafts, games, camp activities, and education programs.     

  • Applicants must be at least 17 with years of age with some experience relevant to working with children. 

  • CPR and First Aid training will be provided

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302 McGrath Pond Road

Oakland, ME 04963

TEL: 207-873-0684   

E-MAIL: acharrier@clubaycc.org

126 North Street

Waterville, ME 04901

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