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Hey, Camp Fans!

The recommended camp outfitter for nearly three hundred summer camps, we here at Everything Summer Camp are proud to work with every single one of them! And we love singing the praises of the many camps with whom we’ve developed a working relationship too. That’s why today I’m shining our camp spotlight northeast coast in Woolwich, Maine.

Set in just off from the Atlantic Ocean and bordered by Goose Cove and Merrymeeting Bay, Chop Point Camp provides a wonderful, woodsy landscape for overnight campers to unplug from the constant buzzing of the electrical grid. This camp is a fun factory, designed specifically for teenagers ever since 1967 when they bought the land from the defunct Merrymeeting Camp which had operated for the previous 50 years.

Chop Point offers a full range of traditional residential camp activities. Some of them like Basketball, Music, Soccer, Sailing, Windsurfing, Kayaking, Black and White Photography, or Sketching and Painting may challenge campers to develop new skills and talents during their stay at camp. Other activities such as Hiking, Biking, Art & Crafts, and using the Zipline are for the sheer enjoyment of participation.

The cabins at Chop Point accommodate eight or nine other campers of similar age along with two counselors. The cabins are rustic while still being comfortable. The girls’ cabins all have a large closet and drawer space, two sinks, a toilet, and a shower. Three of the boys’ cabins share a latrine with plenty of sinks and toilets and two showers. They also have a number of other bathrooms available to them. The oldest boys’ cabin has bathrooms with showers and sinks. All cabins are equipped with comfortable bunk beds for good rest between the packed days of camp!

Chop Point campers have the opportunity to create their own unique experience, selecting from the available adventure trips and daily activities each session. Get a closer look at Chop Point Camp by clicking right here. Maybe your kid is there right now. Or maybe it will be a great place for your camper come the 2022 season! And, as always, thanks for reading, Camp Fans!


- John


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