Camp O-AT-KA, recognized as one of the top 10 camps in the U.S., is one of the few traditional camps that offers two-week starter sessions with a full range of activities. A few openings are still available for the campâ€™s last two sessions of summer 2010.
Online PR News – 16-June-2010 – – Camp O-AT-KA, rated one of the 10 best boys camps in the U.S., is pleased to announce that openings are still available for the campâ€™s final two, two-week starter sessions this summer.
During the sessions, campers participate in a full range of unique character-building crafts and activities. In addition to a variety of land and water sports, boys of all experience levels can learn or perfect their skills in everything from archery and riflery to wood working and stained-glass making. The boys can even choose to join competitive inter-camp sports teams. With 28 well-trained educators and a 2-to-1 camper-to-staff ratio, Camp-O-AT-KA provides superb individual attention to each of its campers.
With approximately 100 acres around Lake Sebago, Camp O-AT-KA is uniquely situated to be able to offer all campers the opportunity to enjoy an overnight trip away from the main camp. Boys aged 11 and up may also choose to participate in the camp wilderness program. Because the camp can offer some of these unique programs, boys come from as far away as Russia.
Executive director Ron Hall says, â€śWhy spend summers in Texas or Florida, where itâ€™s so hot you can fry an egg on the sidewalk? Come to Maine, where the weather is perfect for outdoor activities all summer long.â€ť
Because Maine offers a range of summertime activities for all ages, the boys are not the only ones who will benefit from the Camp O-AT-KA experience: Many parents leave their sons in the excellent hand of counselors, while they vacation just a few miles away. From the coast to the mountains, campersâ€™ families can take full advantage of the Pine Tree Stateâ€™s many outdoor offerings, whether itâ€™s hitting the lakeside golf courses or sampling the regionâ€™s world-famous lobster.
While the first of Camp O-AT-KAâ€™s three starter programs is already full, spots are still available for the remaining two sessions this summer, beginning July 11 and July 25. For tuition and availability, and to find out more about Camp O-AT-KAâ€™s summer camp for boys, check the website at www.campoatka.com, send an email to email@example.com or call 207-787-3401.
About Camp O-AT-KA: First opened in 1906, Camp O-AT-KA, fully accredited by the American Camp Association, has had more than 100 years to perfect what they offer. They are located just 40 miles from Portland, Maine, and have been named one of the top 10 youth camps by Family Life Magazine.
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