Dates & Rates

SessionAge GroupDatesLengthRate
Cubs IAges 7-12June 24th-July 7th14 days$4,000
Cubs IIAges 7-12July 8th-July 21st14 days$4,000
Cubs IIIAges 7-12July 22nd-August 4th14 days$4,000
Full SessionAges 7-16June 24th-August 11th49 days$8,700
First SessionAges 7-16June 24th-July 21st28 days$6,900
Second SessionAges 7-16July 22nd-August 11th21 days$5,700
C.I.TAge 17June 20th-August 11th53 days$2,500
Maine Wilderness AdventureAges 14+July 22nd-August 11th21 days$5,700
Family CampAll AgesAugust 16th-20th4 days$25-$75 /day
 

Payment Information

*All campers who sign up before November 1, 2017 will receive an Early Registration discount.  Half payment is due by March 1, 2018. 

*Final Payment for the summer is due by May 1, 2018.  All tuition payments are non-refundable after May 1, 2018.

A non-refundable registration deposit of $1000 is to be sent to our winter address to secure your registration.

Brother Discount:  After the first and/or larger sibling tuition, a 10% discount is available to all brothers.

$100 of your tuition covers your son’s expenses for uniforms, laundry, postage and trips.  A statement will be issued for charges over the stated amount ($200 will be applied for Full Session campers.) Transportation, medications, trunk/luggage shipping and other sundries are additional charges.

Academic tutoring is available to campers for an additional charge.  Please contact us or visit our website for more information about tutoring.

The Camp Directors reserves the right to send home, without tuition reduction or refund, any boy who does not comply with the standards of the camp.  Tuition reduction cannot be made for late arrival or early departure.

We do accept credit cards.  All credit card transactions will incur a 3% processing fee. 

Introductory 13-Day Program for New Campers Ages 7 – 12

Birch Rock Camp’s Cubs Program is an ideal opportunity for boys to experience a taste of residential camping before committing to the full three, four or seven week camp program. Cubs campers enjoy all of Birch Rock’s traditional activities: swimming, camp craft, sailing, archery, field sports, art, nature, tennis and much more.

Cubs live in small cabins with both new and veteran campers, under the supervision of Birch Rock’s veteran staff. All Cubs fully participate in the routine and rituals of the daily program, and delight in Birch Rock’s cherished traditions. An overnight wilderness trip is one of high points of the Cubs experience. Space is limited.

MWA: A Three-Week Endurance Challenge

“I didn’t really know what to expect – leaving the camp that I had loved each summer for the last five years – to live in tents, climb mountains, raft down rapid rivers, and scale rock faces by the ocean.” – MWA camper

Each summer, eight 14-16 year old boys are selected from the Birch Rock community to take part in the Maine Wilderness Adventure Program, a three-week endurance challenge that puts a boy’s confidence to the test. The program, which runs during the second session of the camp, asks boys to hike difficult parts of the Appalachian Trail, scale cliffs in Acadia National Park, raft down the rapids of the Penobscot River and camp out, living out of backpacks for the entire trip.

Living out of a backpack for three weeks can be a major challenge. But, boys ages 14-16 – especially those who have been at Birch Rock – a wilderness camp in Waterford Maine – for the last few summers and have heard others talk about this program – look forward to this camp rite of passage with great excitement. 

We are Excited for Summer 2018!

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