Vintage Girl Scout Online Museum

Girl Scout Camps - Maine

 

Adam Lake Girl Scout Camp
Adam Lake, South Bridgeton, ME
originally 350 acres
purchased in 1969
formerly known as Stevens Farm
renamed Camp Pondicherry (see below)






Camp Bauneg Beg
Lake Bauneg Beg, near Sanford, ME


Camp Cedar Cove
Lake Cobbasseecoontee, Litchfield, ME
83 acres
1947


 


Charles T. Burnett Day Camp for Girl Scouts
Maquoit Bay, ME
property of Mr. and Mrs. F. Burton Whitman Jr.







Camp KA-VE

Readfield, ME
1946


Camp Kennebunk Pond
Lyman, ME


Camp Kirkwold
Lovejoy Pond, ME
first residential camp season June 29, 1952
named after Miss Marjorie Kirk of Syracuse, NY who donated the property, and blended the name with the first camp on the property Merrywold, a private girls camp.


Camp Mary Lou
Eddington Pond, Eddington, ME



Camp Muscatawa

Waterboro, ME

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



Camp Natarswi
Baxter State Park, ME
30 acres
1936





Camp Pinehaven
Scarborough, ME





Camp Pine Ridge
Kittery Girl Scout Camp
Dennett Road, Kittery, ME
closed 1950
 



Camp Pondicherry

Pondicherry Program Center
originally called Adams Lake Girl Scout Camp  - name change after 1971
land purchased in 1969
currently 658 acres


Camp Sa-Gis-Ca
Horn Pond, Acton, ME
sold after 1970 camp season



Camp Sal-Mo-Cook
York, ME
opened July 13, 1942
Named after Sally Moody Cook



Girl Scout Camp at Sewall's Woods
ME





Camp Scelkit

Scelkit Program Center
Gerrish Island, 34 Goodwin Rd, Kittery Point, ME
4 acres
1952


 


Camp Soci
Cousin's Island, Yarmouth, ME
sold to city in 1991


Camp Wayaka
Lake Thompson, Otisfield, ME
Purchased 1939, sold 1970 era








vintage postcard of the old lodge, before the snow disaster!