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  • Camp O-AT-KA is a 112-year old, traditional overnight camp for boys, ages 8-16, on the shores of majestic Sebago Lake in Southern Maine. Your son will be immersed in swimming, camping, hiking, sports, a robust arts program, riflery, archery, and making lifelong friends from all over the world.  

    • Oldest continuously run boys residential camp in the United States.
    • Camper to staff ratio of 2:1
    • Campers & staff from 28 states and 12 countries
    • Individualized craft program with over 30 choices in the areas of athletics, arts, sailing, boating, outdoor living, and age appropriate camping adventures.
    • Strong commitment to service, leadership development, the environment, and sustainability
    • Campus is over 100 acres, 66 buildings, tennis courts, waterfront, rifle and archery ranges, baseball and soccer fields, Olympic size covered basketball court, rock wall, hiking trails, 9 studio art center, and much more!

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      • Dennen Week

        January 1, 2014

        Dennen Week is a special one week program for boys grades 6-10 at Camp O-AT-KA in Sebago, Maine. It is a week of regular camp, with normal camp activities, but is held for those that would otherwise be unable to afford camp tuition. The Dennen Week Program is modeled on our founder’s original vision of […]