UPDATE: end of SUMMER 2021
Summer 2021 was a wonderful success at Winona! Thank you to our staff, our parents and most of all to our campers who accomplished so much in activities, on trips and throughout your time at camp. For the second summer in a row, Winona has demonstrated that in the midst of a global pandemic, summer camp is one of the places which can provide an environment of ‘normalcy’ for our youth.
Enrollment for summer 2022 is at capacity in all units and sessions, except for a few available spaces. Contact our main office with questions firstname.lastname@example.org or (207)647-3721. See you in 2022!
Located on the lands of the Pequawket people, members of the Abenaki tribe and the larger Wabanaki Confederacy (learn more here), Winona Camps was founded in 1908. Many things have remained the same over our 100 years: boys still spend their summers at camp living in canvas tents on the shores of Moose Pond and
Boys from around the country and around the world come to summer camp each year at Winona to experience the traditions, such as the BAT, friendly Red – Gray competitions and The Great Relay. Our campers and staff represent over 25 different states and 25 different countries each summer at Winona. This diversity of people, as well as our beautiful location on Moose Pond, gives boys friendships and memories that last a lifetime. Read more about the What Sets Winona Apart.