Where do campers stay?
Residential campers stay in cabins with counselors. The campus is 32 acres of beautiful nature nestled on the shore of McGrath Pond in Oakland, ME.
Do campers need to bring money?
No. Campers are provided with all meals and snacks and there is no camp store.
What if my child is hurt during the camp?
We have a fully trained and certified health care staff on duty at all times and overnight staff are all trained and certified in First Aid and CPR. Our staff will contact parents/guardians in the case of any illnesses or injuries.
What if my child takes medication daily?
Each camper is required to complete a Medical History form which lists all prescription and/or over-the-counter medication. Medication must be provided in its original container with the prescription information clearly labeled. Do not send medication that is not prescribed for your child.
What happens if it rains?
Residential campers utilize the indoor facilities at the Alfond Youth Center while Day Campers utilize the various indoor facilities at Camp Tracy.