Come on! Let's go to camp.
Erstwhile summer campers share their lasting, embarrassing, warm, and love-struck moments from their time at this iconic Maine institution.
The Maine camp is not just a place. It's a state of mind.
In Aroostook County, a ragtag troop of recent veterans converges on a wilderness school for nine weeks of camping, canoeing, and self-discovery. Can they find what they’re looking for in the Maine North Woods?
Can you identify this beloved beach?
The true magic of camp is not the place itself.
What does "camp" mean to you?
A UN report touts moose juice as an alternative to cow milk.
What will become of the crumbling commode at Seal Harbor Beach?
Maine faces the challenges of being the oldest state in the nation.
William Coperthwaite's exquisite yurts were expressions of a much bigger idea.
A Camden cottage is refurbished for contemporary lifestyles without losing its relaxed spirit.
Identical twins Mike and Geoff Howe have devised a line of extreme vehicles that have taken them way off road.
By limiting our choices, a blizzard provides sweet respite from the workaday world.
The key to Grammy's success? Two words: quality and quantity.
Freeskiing champion Simon Dumont talks Maine, tricks, and the Winter Olympics.
A look back at Down East eight years ago
Go Here. Do this. See that.
This listing represents all organized children’s camps in the state of Maine that are members of Maine Summer Camps, the public face of the nonprofit Maine Youth Camping Foundation (MYCF). More information can be found at mainecamps.org
Acadia Institute of Oceanography, Seal Harbor
Coed. Resident. 2 weeks. 200 campers. Ages 10–18. Founded 1975. 800-375-0058. acadiainstitute.com
Acadia Rock Climbing and Adventure Camp, Mt. Desert Island