Camp Arcadia


Since 1916, the same family, for four generations, has operated Camp Arcadia. A warm, family atmosphere and close guidance foster collaboration, personal growth and self-confidence. New experiences of happiness, friendship, fun, growth and being at home in the out-of-doors – these are our goals for each of our campers, who last summer came from 23 different states and 12 different countries. Located on a private span of Maine woods, lake with a mile of shore front, and several fields. We have a safe home that stimulates an interest in the natural world and friends that last a lifetime. Our program affords opportunities to expand individual interests through a wide offering of activities, from sailing, swimming, canoeing, tennis, horseback riding to theater, dance, arts & crafts and many other activities. Camp Arcadia offers two, four and seven week sessions. Arcadia has something for everyone.

Additional Information

Gender Girls Only

Minimum Age 7

Maximum Age 17

Camp Dates June 21st - July 7th (2nd & 3rd graders only) July 8th - July 22nd (2nd & 3rd graders only) June 21st - July 22nd (2nd - 7th graders) July 23rd - August 9th (2nd - 7th graders) June 21st - August 9th (2nd - 11th graders)

Camp Cities Casco, ME

Year Established Louise Johnson

Camp Director Louise Fritts Johnson

Camp Director Email

Camp Length two, four, and seven week sessions

Financial Aid Offered yes




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Parker K.

2015-07-31 02:06 pm

Camp Arcadia, an all-girls overnight camp, is truly a wonderful place. I had the privilege of attending as both a camper in the 1990s (3 years) and a...

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Free S.

2015-03-29 09:54 am

I found the staff and the people in charge to be disingenuous. They spoke highly of their diversity, and scholarship money yet it was the least diverse...

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