Welcome to Indian and Forest Acres Camp
Why we love it
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Welcome to the place built on over 100 years of tradition, where the White Mountains meet the rambling Saco river. To the place where a 7-year-old learns courage and a 17-year-old develops leadership. A place full of laughter, friendship, challenges, teamwork, diversity.
Indian and Forest Acres are two separate camps located two miles apart. That said, they are one community. Camp is a place where kids can be themselves. They can learn new activities and flourish in the ones they were already passionate about. Camp is where children from across the global live under one roof, learning about other cultures and making life-long friends.
With a rich history of traditions, our camp offers a unique experience that generations have cherished. Our camps provide the perfect backdrop for a summer filled with exploration and excitement. From early mornings at the lake to sunset campfires, our plethora of activities ensures there's something for everyone – from thrilling outdoor adventures to creative arts and crafts. Our friendly and nurturing staff are dedicated to creating a warm and inclusive environment, fostering personal growth and lifelong friendships. Join us for a summer like no other, where tradition meets modern fun, and lifelong memories are made.
Anyone who walks through camp’s gates will agree, it’s difficult to explain the experience and the love that one has for this piece of heaven here in Fryeburg, Maine… but that’s part of the magic of camp.
Campers live in a cabin with 6-7 other campers and two counselors. Each cabin is equipped with a shower, toilet, and sink.
Gymnastics, Softball, Tennis, Basketball, Dance, Beach Volleyball, Volleyball, Soccer, Lacrosse, Field Hockey, Swimming, Golf, Waterskiing, Wakeboarding, Kayaking, Canoeing, Sailing,
Ropes Course, Zipline, Climbing Wall, Cooking, Hiking, Mountain Biking, Flag Football, Pickleball, Baseball, Horseback Riding, Archery, Drama, Photography, Ceramics, Robotics, STEM, Hockey, Weight Training, Aerobics, Woodworking, School of Rock