Summer Camp Directory
Echo Hill Camp
What we're all about...
A Camping Tradition Since 1914, Echo Hill Camp is a sleep-away summer camp that provides a safe, inclusive and nurturing environment for 150 kids, ages 7-16. Echo Hill Camp is accredited by the American Camping Association and for over 3 generations, has been family-owned and operated! We are dedicated to helping campers have a happy, exciting and meaningful experience where they build self-confidence, independence, resilience and grit while celebrating accomplishments and creating memories of a lifetime.
Maryland’s #1 rated overnight summer camp has been connecting kids to the outdoors for over 100 years. Overlooking the breathtaking Chesapeake Bay, in our beautiful setting along the Upper Eastern Shore, campers have a chance to enjoy a traditional outdoor camp, complete with rustic living, campfires and getting “unplugged.” Echo Hill Camps unique free choice program offers an array of non-competitive activities which are taught based on each child’s health, safety, and individual needs. Our caring and responsible counselors empower campers to try all activities, build new skills, and take risks in a safe environment.
A place to pause peacefully in the midst of a changing world, Echo Hill Camp has always been a magical summer place where kids’ lives are enriched through the friendships they form and the experiences they have at camp. We know what parents expect and what kids enjoy. Explore our website and see why our camp has been a summer home to thousands of
Our camp address
Echo Hill Camp
13655 Bloomingneck Rd.
What we offer...
Waterskiing, wakeboarding, kneeboarding, sailing, tubing, crabbing, fishing, kayaking, swimming, water basketball, boat rides, swamp mucks, beach hikes, ultimate frisbee, basketball, soccer, gaga, lacrosse, volleyball, kickball, badminton, frisbee golf, whiffle ball, tennis, and tenball (tennis softball!), Arts & crafts, music, performing arts, dance, Adventure course, scanoe, nature hikes.
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Rates & Dates for Summer 2022 TBD.
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