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Winter Break Camp

3 days of outdoor play during vacation

  • Ended
  • 270 US dollars
  • Rotating Location


Where unstructured outdoor play meets adventure education. Dates: Weds December 27th - Fri December 29th Dropoff Time: 10am Pickup Time: 3pm Ages: 1st - 5th graders Group Size: Up to 10 Join us for three days of outdoor fun during your Winter Vacation. Release some physical and emotional energy with unstructured outdoor play, sledding, exploring, fort building, games and hot chocolate. Camp with Maine Outdoor Kids is all about supporting your child’s growth and building their confidence. We do this by finding the sweet spot between allowing space for independence and supporting development. Over the course of the camp week, children will explore Payson Park, Evergreen and Fort Williams with energetic & skilled instructors. It’s important to us that your child finds their voice through creativity, problem solving & social collaboration. Our team is there to facilitate activities, give choices, and prompt children’s thinking. There is no better atmosphere for this than the outdoors! Our programs are entirely outside which eliminates transitional time in vehicles, giving us an abundance of time at our chosen locations. Rain or shine, we venture outdoors and help build resilience and confidence being outdoors in all types of weather. We work with caregivers to make sure each child is prepared with proper clothes, footwear and food. All location details and packing lists will be sent out a week before the start of camp. If changes need to be made due to weather, we will give you at least 24hrs of advanced notice. A small camp size allows for flexibility so we can tune into each child’s individual needs, the weather and locations. Building connections with each child is where we excel. No two weeks of our camps are the same. While we have our favorite spots, each group will get to experience three very different locations. Each location has its own opportunities to explore and learn. We feel this approach connects children and their families to local outdoor spaces and builds a love and respect for the environment. Groups spend time at local parks, trails and woods. This gives campers a chance to appreciate what exists right in their own backyards and to enjoy all that our wonderful Maine winters have to offer. Our days are spent learning about the surrounding environment, playing organized games, practicing various adventure sports, crafting and completing STEM challenges. No drop-in option. Have questions? Email

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