Month: September 2020

Jump for Joy: Camp is Back!

Hello friends,

It feels like ages since I’ve seen all of your faces on Chewonki Neck and I am so looking forward to welcoming you back to camp next summer. Here at Chewonki, we are hard at work planning fun activities, challenging adventures, and making sure camp is ready to keep you safe and healthy so you can play, learn, and grow with us in 2021. Make sure to let me know you are coming by filling out your application as soon as possible!

Did you know we have a new website? Check it out and discover some opportunities to stay connected to your camp friends between now and opening day of camp. We will be hosting a Camp Chewonki@Home gathering on Zoom once a month to say hi and play a fun activity together. You may also notice some changes to the language we use to describe who we are and what we do at Chewonki. We will be sharing more information about these improvements very soon.

Please let me know if you have any questions about camp. I can’t wait to greet you on the quad and start the next chapter of Camp Chewonki in summer 2021.

See you soon!


New Names, Same Love of Remote Trips

Hello everyone! 

The camp team has been hard at work getting the new website ready! We’re excited for you all to explore the new trips and experiences we’re offering as well as some of the new pages we’ve created to better explain what our program is. Some highlights include the additions of Loon, Canada Geese, and Northstar program names and a new Junior Maine Guide program!

For those of you returning to our website, you’ll notice that some of the programs have changed and we’re choosing to use different words to describe some programs. In the upcoming weeks, we will release more information that explains the reasoning behind many of these changes. 

Above all things, we’re excited about next summer! Chewonki Neck was very quiet this summer and we’re ready to once again hear the joyful noise of campers returning from trips. Please reach out with any questions you have about the changes or what programs we have to offer. We sure do love talking about Camp Chewonki!