Summer Camp Directory
What we're all about...
Camp Arcadia has been teaching 21st Century skills since the early 20th century. A warm, family atmosphere and close guidance foster collaboration, interpersonal skills, establish lasting friendships and acceptance of others. We encourage risk taking through the exploration of new areas of learning and group living so every girl will have the confidence to face new situations and circumstances with strength. Located on a private span of Maine woods, lake with a mile of shore front, and several fields. We have a safe home that stimulates an interest in the natural world and friends that last a lifetime. Our program affords opportunities to expand individual interests through a wide offering of activities, from sailing, swimming, canoeing, tennis, horseback riding to theater, dance, arts & crafts and many other activities. Camp Arcadia offers two, four and seven week sessions. Arcadia has something for everyone, and encourages every member of the community to make the world a better place because you have been in it.
Our camp address
PO Box 158
ACA (American Camping Association)
What we offer...
Acting/Theater, Archery, Arts & Crafts, Camping Skills, Canoeing, Ceramics/Pottery, Challenge/Rope Courses, Dance, Environmental Ed, Fine Arts, Field Games, Fitness, Gymnastics, Journaling, Kayaking, Music, Nature Study, Outdoor Skills, Rowing, Sailing, Swim Instruction, Swim Recreation, Team Building, Tennis, Yoga.
Cost & Sessions
June 24 - July 9: $4,200
July 10 - August 10: $9,100
June 24 - August 10: $10,500
How do we screen staff?
Ratio of campers to staff?
1 staff for every 3 campers
What are our safety & security policies?
How do we handle disciplinary issues?
What medical resources are available?
We have at least 1 RN on duty 24 hours a day. We also work closely with a Doctor who is available via telehealth to see campers and staff. The closest hospital is approximately 20-25 minutes from camp.
What's our typical daily schedule?
7:30 - Wake up
8:00 - Breakfast
10:00 - 1st activity period
11:00 - 2nd activity period
12:00 - free time
12:45 - Dinner
1:30 - Rest Hour
1:45 - Snack
3:00 - 3rd activity period
4:00 - 4th activity period
5:00 - Free time
5:45 - Supper
6:30 - Evening program
8:00 - Cabin time & start getting ready for bed
Lights out start at 8:45 for our youngest campers and progresses later for the older campers.
How do we help campers with homesickness?
What percentage of campers return to camp?
What kind of food is served?
Can parents visit camp?
How do campers communicate with parents?
Hand written letters.
Are references available?
What's our policy regarding phones and digital devices?
We are a tech free camp. No phones or devices, other than digital cameras.
Is tuition assistance available?