593 Sebago Road
Sebago, Maine, United States 04029
Camp O-AT-KA employs 65 seasonal staff to carry out a traditional boys camp program with some very unique elements. Positions are available for a variety of positions, The quality staff at Camp O-AT-KA has both ensured the campís excellent reputation and preserved the defining spirit of the
Camp counselors care; whether itís teaching a boy a new skill or craft, helping him to develop leadership and problem-solving skills, or simply taking time to listen. Every camper cabin is staffed by a cabin counselor and an assistant cabin counselor and/or counselor in training. Camp O-AT-KA assures boys a safe and secure environment in which to flourish by maintaining a camper to staff ratio of at least 3:1.
Campers are grouped by age and grade level in cabins and units. Cabins in the junior unit house boys ages 7-11, those in the middler unit house boys ages 12-13, and senior unit cabins house boys ages 14-15. Hot showers, toilets, and wash basins are located in separate washhouses in each unit.
The seven-bed infirmary is staffed 24 hours a day by a registered nurse and medical support staff. Camp O-AT-KA is located just 40 minutes from
Camp O-AT-KA has state of the art program facilities. Rifle and archery ranges allow boys to develop and hone their marksmanship skills. The Goff Center for Arts and Crafts offers a fully equipped four-station photography lab, two woodworking shops, a fly-tying and rod-building studio, pottery studio, stained glass studio, arts & crafts studio, and model rocketry studio.
Blessed with a one-half mile stretch of private sandy beach on
Camp O-AT-KA is fortunate to have excellent sports facilities and outdoor playing fields. Covered basketball courts and a climbing wall are housed in the open-air