HISTORY

YMCA Day Camp Tracy was founded on McGrath Pond in Oakland, Maine in 1960 by Richard Hawkes, along with then Executive Director of the Waterville Area Y, George Keller & Lester Jolovitz.

 This beautiful 32 acre campus located McGrath Pond's waterfront offers a full range of diverse programs and every year we create more programming to meet the growing demands of our community!

2005 we added a 4 Season Lodge, a 55 foot climbing tower and a full ropes course. 

2007 Cal Ripken, Jr. dedicated Maine's Fenway, a 2/3rd scale replica of Fenway Park.

2008 our enhancements included a multi-use soccer field and 3 residential cabins.

2013 we added parking for 40 vehicles. 

2014 a 4th residential cabin was added and Mini Fenway was completely turfed.

2016 our Lodge was completely renovated and upgraded.

 

THE FARM
Electric Shower
Behold The Turtle is a children's story about the history of Camp Tracy as seen through the eyes of a turtle. The book was co-authored by Barbara Jolovitz and Ken Walsh.
Purchase your copy now to support Camp Tracy.

Physical Address 

Mailing Address 

Contact Us 

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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