Maine Teen Camp

★★★★★
  • ME-160

    Parsonsfield, ME 04047

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  • 207-625-8581

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I had a very unpleasant experience with this camp. Due to a medical emergency, my daughter was unable to attend. I was told my deposit might be returned if a provided a doctor's note. The camp owner, Matt Pines, acknowledged in an

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I had a very unpleasant experience with this camp. Due to a medical emergency, my daughter was unable to attend. I was told my deposit might be returned if a provided a doctor's note. The camp owner, Matt Pines, acknowledged in an

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This is really the most awesome of camps. As a veteran of 3 other camps, this was the one with the most stuff. It is targeted towards older campers--13-16, but that allows for so much more variety. You can do pottery, painting, dance, wind surfing, sailing, water skiing, tennis, and a high ropes course. There are plenty of trips to leave camp--rafting, climbing wall, canoeing. I guess the prices are comparable to other camps so that means kind of expensive. And there are fun things to do at night--dances and movies, not boring presentations or craft activities. However, many of the staff return year after year so it HAS to be a good place.
I wish I were still young enough to go as a camper!

PROS: Beautiful location, lots of activities
CONS: Kind of expensive

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★★★★★

This is really the most awesome of camps. As a veteran of 3 other camps, this was the one with the most stuff. It is targeted towards older campers--13-16, but that allows for so much more variety. You can do pottery, painting, dance, wind surfing, sailing, water skiing, tennis, and a high ropes course. There are plenty of trips to leave camp--rafting, climbing wall, canoeing. I guess the prices are comparable to other camps so that means kind of expensive. And there are fun things to do at night--dances and movies, not boring presentations or craft activities. However, many of the staff return year after year so it HAS to be a good place.
I wish I were still young enough to go as a camper!

PROS: Beautiful location, lots of activities
CONS: Kind of expensive

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