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Camp O-AT-KA

O-AT-KA, a traditional boys camp located on Sebago Lake provides a nurturing and supportive environment for boys ages 8-16. The camp offers superb land and watersports, along with a strong arts program. Activities offered include: riflery, archery, sailing, fishing, waterskiing, campcraft, stained glass, nature, music, steel drums, pottery, photography, fly-tying, kayaking, and woodworking. Competitive team sports and skill development programs are offered in soccer, tennis, baseball, basketball and lacrosse. Older campers participate in at least one 2-3 day wilderness trip. Options include sea-kayaking, river canoeing, and mountain climbing. Traditional values are reinforced by a superb staff, through group living and daily camp gatherings…all helping to build a solid foundation for life which stresses values, skills, friendships, and fun.Ages:
Youngest age: 8
Oldest age: 16
Founded:
Year: 1906
Camp Season:
Begin Date: June 23, 2019
End Date: August 10, 2019


Contact Camp O-AT-KA

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Camp O-AT-KA is not employed by or affiliated with the Land Conservation Assistance Network, and the Network does not certify or guarantee their services. The reader must perform their own due diligence and use their own judgment in the selection of any professional.


Contact Camp O-AT-KA

Heather Plati
Executive Director
593 Sebago Road
PO Box 239
Sebago, Maine  04029
Phone: 207-787-3401
Fax:  207-787-3930


 

Service Area

National service provider


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