O-AT-KA, founded in 1906, is a traditional camp for boys located on the sandy shores of Sebago Lake in Southern Maine. With safety being a main priority, boys come to O-AT-KA to explore new interests and gain skills in their crafts. As O-AT-KA evolves throughout history, the mission of building boys into self-assured men of character and virtue remains steadfast. Boys have a safe environment to gain independence and resilience while having fun and making lifelong friends from all over the world. Campers and staff are immersed into a supportive, unplugged environment with robust art, land and water sports and wilderness trip programs. Sessions run from two to seven weeks.