Outdoor Adventure Camp

Anne Poirier-Flight

[email protected]


Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, opening Outdoor Adventure Camp is undetermined at this time. A decision will be made once we receive additional guidance from the Maine and Federal CDC. Please check back for updates and thank you for your patience.

Ages 4-13 years

July 6 -August 14, 2020: Monday-Friday, 9:00 AM-3:30 PM

Camp activities may include: swimming, fly fishing, tennis, golf, wall climbing, canoeing, cooperative and competitive field and ball games; arts and crafts; hiking and mountain biking; dramatics; “top secret” rain day plans; weekly themes covering environmental awareness, ecology, local heritage, nature, and weather. We hope to familiarize the children with all that makes our corner of the world so special, share lots of fun and laughter, build their self-confidence, and empower them to better “Live in the outside”. This camp made available through the Town of Carrabassett Valley’s Recreation Department and the generosity of Carrabassett Valley taxpayers.


Area Guests: $235 per week, $135 for 3 days, $50 per day
Year-Round residents (campers enrolled in local school systems): $100 per week, $80 for 3 days, or $30 per day.
Carrabassett Valley Taxpayers: $145 per week, $110 for 3 days, or $40 per day
(Local resident, and taxpayer camper-ships are generously subsidized by the CV taxpayers)

Weekly Overnight Trips

Weekly overnight trips will be available for ages 8 and up as part of a full week enrollment. The cost is $45-$60 per child, which includes supervision, fees, and three meals. Space is limited for some trips. 

Peak Baggers

Sugarloaf is surrounded by several 4000-foot peaks. Campers 8 years old and up have the option to take on the challenge to climb a different peak each week. In recognition of this accomplishment, campers are given a descriptive tag identifying the peak that they climbed, and a special "peak bag" to keep them in. Naturally, the campers who "bag all the peaks" feel a tremendous amount of pride in their accomplishment!

Camper Daily Needs

Bathing suit, towel, hat, appropriate clothing for the weather and planned activities, sneakers or closed toe shoes, lunch, snacks, and plenty of fluids (no glass containers). Labeling of your child’s belongings is appreciated. Please apply sunscreen and bug repellent to your child at the beginning of each camp day, and communicate any special instructions to your child’s counselors.


Reservations are required to ensure that staffing levels will enable us to provide the high quality of programming that we strive for. Payment is due on the first day of camp attendance in each week. For refund or credit, cancellations must be made prior to the day being canceled.

Child Care

Children ages 10 weeks to four years are welcome to join the State of Maine Licensed program at Western Maine Center for Children on a space available basis; for more information and to make reservations (as far in advance as you accurately can), call 207-237-3223. 8:30 AM-4 PM. The center is located at the Carrabassett Valley Public Library & Community Center.

Goal: No Trash

We're striving for 100% participation in our 'No Trash' goal for camp, including lunches and snacks and we will be tracking our success. Please use reusable containers and avoid pre-packaged snacks.  Labeling your child's belongings is appreciated.


Call: 207-235-2233 (after June 22nd)
or Email: [email protected]
Write: 1001 Carriage Road, Carrabassett Valley, ME 04947