Touring Camp

We loving showing Nashoba North to prospective campers and families! Personal tours are given by appointment from June 26th through August 12th. Please allow at least one hour to fully walk the facility and speak with campers and staff along the way. We really encourage tours as it allows children and parents to see our wonderful facility and happy campers first hand. Please call our summer camp office after May 30th to schedule your tour. Tours begin between 9 am and 11 am and then again in the afternoon between 2 pm and 4 pm. We like to give tours of our facility while activities are in session. You may refer to a typical day at camp schedule to learn more about daily class schedule times.
If you would like to schedule a tour, please click here.
You can find a list of local hotels and inns by clicking here.

Visiting Your Camper

Parents are required to wait until after the first ten days of their child’s stay at camp before visiting. Campers may have one visit per 4-week session. Visiting hours are from 9:00 AM to 5:15 PM. Campers who choose to leave camp during the day with their family will be asked to return to camp by 5:15 pm to be back in time to participate in flag lowering. No camper will be taken out of camp overnight during his/her four-week stay except for rare and unusual circumstances (family funeral, physical consultation).
Please call ahead to make sure that your child is not out of camp on a trip. Seven and eight week campers may have an extended overnight visit with family members during changeover weekend. Changeover campers may depart camp on the last day of the first session before 2:00 PM and return on the first day of the second session by 2 PM. These campers who remain in residence during changeover will have an exciting weekend planned with both on-site and off-site trips and events.
All visitors must sign in at the main office upon arrival and will be required to wear a Nashoba North name tag while visiting. Understandably, there are restrictions on entering cabins while camp is in session. And there is no visiting allowed on the day before the end of each session.

Visiting Maine

Maine Office of Tourism
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