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Check Out Takajo, Bro!

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What’s up, Camp Fans?!

We’re proud to spread the fact that we work with more than 270 summer camps here at Everything Summer Camp and we love singing their praises all the time. And this Blog makes the perfect venue for letting everyone know what great things are going on at the great camps with whom we’ve developed such a strong working relationship. Today we’re swinging our Summer Camp Spotlight to the Northeast Coast in Naples, Maine.Check things out at Camp Takajo!

Here we find the awesome Camp Takajo!

Since 1947, Camp Takajo for boys has existed in the Sebago Lakes region of southern Maine near the coastline. The campgrounds boast pine trees that overlook the land from a high vantage point. Takajo’s waterfront goes for a mile along the crystal clear Long Lake. The surrounding countryside is characterized by beautiful lakes and evergreen forests. Camp Takajo is a seven-week, boys’ sleep-away summer camp.

Athletic activities include Archery, Baseball, Basketball, Flag Football, Golf, Hockey, Lacrosse, Soccer, Tennis, Volleyball, In-line Skating, and much more! As for Water Sports, Takajo offers Swimming, Waterskiing, Sailing, and Canoeing.

Their Hobby Activities consist of Nature Study, Painting and Drawing, Crafts, Ceramics, Music, Drama, Journalism, Photography, Woodworking, and more! And on top of that, their Pioneering activities include Backpacking, Hiking, Mountain Biking, Ropes Course, and other awesome adventurous ways to learn and have fun!

You’ll also find exceptional facilities at Camp Takajo. They enjoy some delicious food in their 10,000 square foot Dining Hall which boasts awesome windows that let in the sunshine as well as the inspiring views of Long Lake! Arts & Crafts type of activities (called Hobbies at Takajo) take place in the cute Hobby Lane building.

And the MJG Playhouse (dedicated to camp founder, Morten J. Goldman) is the hub of camp—home to a number of theatrical productions, music shows, movies, dance socials, and so much more every summer.

Cabins house anywhere from seven to nine campers and two counselors. All cabins have electricity, bathrooms, and plenty of storage space for clothing! If seven weeks of bonding with friends, nature, and yourself sounds like an experience you’re interested in, give Camp Takajo a closer look by clicking here and, as always, thanks for reading!

- John


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