Camp O-AT-KA is about living close to nature, and it’s also about developing skills and having fun. We are pleased to provide exceptional, well-maintained facilities to make that possible.
Only 40 minutes from Portland, Maine and situated on nearly 75 acres along a half-mile stretch of sandy Lake Sebago shoreline, O-AT-KA boasts exceptional facilities.
Camp facilities include 22 camper cabins. The seven-studio Goff Center is the home to our extensive arts program. The camp has rifle and archery ranges, a private sandy beach and protected cove for aquatic sports, a covered basketball court, a climbing wall and two large outdoor playing fields. O-AT-KA’s Wheeler Tennis Center features three clay courts and two hard-surfaced courts. O-AT-KA’s library offers a quiet setting for reading and playing board games. The Castle, located in the Junior unit, provides a fun and special space for the Juniors to gather for evening activities. The Great Hall is ideal for drama, dances and movie nights. Campers come to the dining Commons three times daily to enjoy family style meals prepared by camp chefs. The camp has a screened woodland Chapel used for daily Password and Sunday services. The five-bed Infirmary enables our nursing staff to attend to the campers’ needs.
Camp O-AT-KA has all the facilities and quality equipment boys need for a summer of fun and challenge.
Camp O-AT-KA is now affiliated with Maine Resource Recovery Association
With our long history of appreciation for the natural world around us, Camp O-AT-KA is pleased to have become a member of the Maine Resource Recovery Association (MRRA). Boys in our Leadership Cabin have expressed interest in recycling and sustainability as one of their projects this summer. They note that recycling helps to reduce our reliance on landfills and incinerators for waste disposal. Campers, staff and guests will be encouraged to utilize the recycling containers that will be located near trash bins along the camp road.
MRRA represents a wide range of organizations and interests that believe in the need to support sound environmental policy that promotes eco-friendly practices and reduces the amount of waste we bury or burn every year.