Camp Wekeela Overview

Hartford, Maine

American Summer Camps

Camp Wekeela Overview

At a Glance

Location: Hartford, Maine
Fly Into: Boston, MA
Gender: Co-ed
Length: 2, 3, 4 and 7 week sessions
Ages: 7-16

Camp Highlights

  • Only 3 hours from Boston's Logan Airport
  • Located on the shores of Little Bear Pond
  • Personalized scheduling and great food!


Our goal at Wekeela is to provide a fun, exciting summer camp experience that helps your child discover new talents and interests, builds self-esteem and confidence and gives them the opportunity to establish lifelong friendships. Sleepaway camp is more than just a place for children to be during school vacation. They're a safe place for children to learn social rules, acceptable behavior, leadership, make life-long friends and have a lot of fun!! Summer in Maine is a magical time for many - especially kids who are fortunate enough to spend time at camp here. ​Kindness is one of the most important things we all emphasize at camp.

Camp Wekeela, a coed camp, features a safe, fun, nurturing environment in a bucolic mountain lake setting in beautiful Maine. Core components include water skiing, tennis, outdoor adventure, land and water sports, creative performing, culinary arts and weekly trips around​ Maine​. Teen campers discover places such Montreal, Cape Cod, Acadia National Park, Bar Harbor or Boston! Wekeela offers gluten-free as well as vegetarian meals. Find out more about Camp Wekeela at:​ ​Wekeela creates strong loyal bonds. Our campers become family.

How We Accommodate International Campers

We pick up campers flying as unaccompanied minors at Logan Airport in Boston within specified times. We will also bring campers to the airport for their return flight and accompany them to the gate.

We will scan and email hand-written camper letters to parents who are overseas or traveling while their children are at Wekeela.

Parents can schedule one phone call with their child for every two weeks their child is at camp.

Transportation for campers to/from camp is coordinated with the campers parents.