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Wyonegonic Camps

Wyonegonic Camps for Girls offers a relaxed, non-competitive atmosphere. Emphasis is on personal development and group co-operation. Campers design their own program weekly after goal setting with counselors. Our broad traditional program favors aquatics, outdoor living and wilderness trips. Campers represent approximately 30 different states and 12% international clientele. Ages are 8-15 plus Leadership Training program or Wilderness Trip Adventures for ages 15-18. Affiliated with Camp Winona for Boys.

Kingsley Pines Family Camp

Family Camp is designed to give all ages the opportunity to have as much fun as children have at Kingsley Pines Camp! There are a variety of options for families to be together and for adults and children to enjoy some time on their own.

Reasons Why Family Camp is a Great Vacation
-Large variety of FUN activities, for ages 4 and up
-Beautiful, scenic location on a crystal clear lake in Maine
-Delicious meals served at our lakeside dining area
-Amazing staff that are great with kids and adults
-Kids get a little independence, Adults get some relaxation
-Wholesome, friendly ...

Winona Family Camp

  • Bridgton, ME U.S.A.

Greenland Cove Cabins

  • Danforth, ME U.S.A.

Eagle Lodge & Camps

  • Lincoln, ME U.S.A.

Bear Spring Camps

  • Rome, ME U.S.A.

New England Outdoor Center

  • Millinocket, ME U.S.A.

Medomak Camp

  • Washington, ME U.S.A.

Hog Island Audubon Center

  • Bremen, ME U.S.A.

Camp Wapiti

  • Patten, ME U.S.A.

Grant's Kennebago Camps

  • Rangeley, ME U.S.A.

Long Lake Camps

  • Princeton, ME U.S.A.

Nahmakanta Lake Wilderness Camps

  • Millinocket, ME U.S.A.

Merlin's Cove

  • Burnham, ME U.S.A.

Family Nature Camp

  • Bar Harbor, ME U.S.A.

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