Camp Takajo

Traditional Camp

Overnight Camp

Camp Address
60 Takajo Road
Naples, Maine 04055
USA
(207) 693-6675

Off-Season Address
34 Maple Avenue
Armonk, New York 10504
USA
(914) 273-5020

Camp Takajo provides a nurturing environment for campers, enhancing their sense of competence and self-worth. We provide opportunities to explore all facets of their personalities, encouraging them to take risks and expand their boundaries. By summer's end, we hope that our campers can describe themselves in more positive and concrete terms than they did upon arrival. We help our boys develop:

Respect for oneself and others
Camp Takajo teaches the importance of making ethical choices, fostering tolerance and respect for others. Daily team games create an atmosphere of collaboration rather than "win-at-all-costs".

Respect for the rules of camp
We are clear about expectations of behavior. Campers understand the importance of adhering to guidelines in order for our community and culture to thrive.

Courage to face new challenges
Our diverse program of arts and sports provides an opportunity for campers to master skills of each activity. Campers participate in all activities that are offered at camp. Our ropes course and rock-climbing departments allow campers to see the importance of cooperation and perseverance in achieving their goals.

A sense of pride in belonging to a larger group
Campers are part of a bunk and an age group. Older campers model appropriate behavior as they assume leadership positions.

An admiration for camp's long, rich tradition and it's folklore
Leadership of older campers, input from alumnae and special events give our campers a sense of security and permanence as they become a part of Camp Takajo's strong history.

An appreciation of nature
Our boys have opportunities to explore the natural beauty of Maine and New Hampshire on hiking and canoeing.

Camp Sessions

Camp Season: June 24, 2016 to August 12, 2016

Camp Location

Click "Camp" marker on map to get driving directions to Camp Takajo.