After meeting at a summer camp in Sharon, Massachusetts, Abraham and Gertrude Krasker dreamt of owning a summer camp. Abe, a science professor at Essex College, had a student who owned a farm in Fryeburg, ME. Immediately, the couple fell in love with the property, and bought the land from his student. In 1924, Indian Acres Camp
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We have two full sized soccer fields with regulation sized goals. Whether during instructional hours or simply during free time, you will always see campers enjoying themselves on the field. Our expert coaches from the U.S and Europe ensure that our campers receive only the best instruction.
The nature and diversity of instruction at the two camps is of superior quality. The main focus and background of instructors and campers tends to be of the hunter and jumper discipline. However, a focus on equitation, dressage, combined training, and stable management is stressed in daily learning, as well. Campers flock to the
The Art Center is always full of activity. Campers get to create many different projects using watercolors, oil paints, drawing, crafts, lanyard creation and so much more.