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Pine Tree Camp

114 Pine Tree Camp Road
Rome, ME 04963
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  • Description - Pine Tree Camp

    Pine Tree Camp was established in 1945 as a summer therapy outlet for children with disabilities. Over the years, it has evolved into an innovative barrier-free environment offering fully accessible recreation to Maine children and adults with physical and/or developmental disabilities. Pine Tree Camp is proud to be Maine's only American Camping Association-Accredited camp for people with disabilities. Pine Tree Camp offers a number of programs for children and adults with disabilities including an overnight camp, day camp, a retreat space for groups with similar mission and specialized camping including Camp Communicate, a camp experience for children who use high-tech devices to communicate. Camp Pine Cone is a day camp for children with physical and/or developmental disabilities, ages 5 to 12. The day camp takes place at Pine Tree Camp's beautiful 280-acre barrier free facility on North Pond in Rome. Camp Pine Cone is designed for children with disabilities who could benefit from a summer camp experience, but are not yet ready for overnight camp or who have special needs that make attending an overnight camp a challenge. Overnight camping is all about having fun, meeting new friends, participating in new activities and gaining independence. This is certainly true at Pine Tree Camp. Pine Tree Camp offers seven six-day sessions throughout the summer. Sessions are geared toward specific ages (children and adults) and populations, with about 90 campers participating in each session. Childrens sessions are designed for ages 8 to 18, while adults sessions are appropriate for people 19 and older. Campers participate in typical summer camp activities. The difference is all of Pine Tree Camp's activities are designed to allow campers to discover their abilities. Activities include swimming, hiking on accessible nature trails, drama, arts and crafts, archery, playing tennis and basketball on accessible courts, kayaking, fishing and spending time in Maine's only fully accessible treehouse. Our staff is committed to ensuring that all campers fully participate in all of the programming. No one is a bystander - everyone is part of the action.

  • Kids Activities Offered

    Archery,  Art,  Basketball,  Boating,  Day Camp,  Drama,  Hiking,  Nature and Animals,  Overnight Camp,  Special Needs,  Sports Skills,  Summer Camp,  Swimming,  Tennis

  • Activity Age Range

    5 years to 12 years old

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