Camp Fernwood

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Age group:8-15 y.o.
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The single most powerful force in life that promotes health, joy and morality is feeling that you belong to something positive that’s larger than you. In connecting to camp, kids find a stronger connection to themselves and life. Professionals who study the educational and emotional needs of children stress the importance of cam
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  • Horse back
  • Water activites
  • Swimming
  • Boating/canoeing
  • Nature
  • Sportsfield activities
  • Music
  • Woodworking
  • Photography

What kind of kids we support

  • Girls only


  • Food option available
  • Lake
  • Sleeping cabins
  • Laundry


Arts Program
Arts Program
Tucked in a meandering path by the lake at camp is the Fernwood arts village. Individual workshops specializing in Fashion Design, Printmaking, Ceramics, Woodworking, Photography and Silver Jewelry are popular creative destinations. Campers are encouraged to use creativity and imagination in the creation of unique masterpiece
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Waterskiing, Wakeboarding, Kneeboarding, and now even skurfing oh my! the combination of a great lake with 5 inboard ski boats, a solid and safe program for all levels (beginner to advanced) and nearly 20 experienced instructors creates an environment where even novice skiers/boarders learn to feel confident quickly, and are gi
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Horseback Riding
Horseback Riding
As avid equestrians themselves, Fernwood’s directors have very carefully crafted a horseback riding program based first on safety and suitability, but also on the fun. The horses in our camp riding program are owned by Fernwood and are trained year-round by our experienced full-time equestrian staff.
Maine is the ideal setting for out-of-camp adventures! Each week on Trip Day our girls mountain climb, flat and white water canoe, rock climb, camp, sail, ride bikes and sight see at points of interest in the northern New England area. They enjoy new experiences, and challenges under the supervision of our qualified staff.
Using professional 35mm cameras, campers are introduced to the art of still photography. They learn first the basic concepts of composition and light, complete assignments to help them learn different photographic techniques, and refine photos through digital imaging. As second level of black and white film developing and dark
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