Children’s Overnight
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Overnight summer camp is all about having fun outdoors, making friends, trying something new and gaining independence. At Pine Tree Camp, no one is a bystander – everyone is part of the action. We seamlessly accommodate individual campers’ needs so they can fully participate in anything they would like to try.

Activities include:

  • Boating and paddling
  • Swimming
  • Fishing
  • Nature trails
  • Gardening
  • Farm animals
  • Adaptive sports
  • Adaptive biking
  • Accessible playground
  • Accessible tent site
  • Archery
  • Music
  • Drama
  • Arts and crafts
  • Cooking

Throughout the summer, Pine Tree Camp offers week-long sessions for kids ages 8 to 18, with about 90 campers participating in each session.

During their stay, campers reside in accessible waterfront cabins with trained counseling staff. Our camper-to-counselor ratio is 3:1, ensuring campers receive the care and support they need. A team of nurses is on-site 24 hours a day to administer medications and provide campers with medical attention if necessary.

During the camper’s stay, families have an opportunity to enjoy respite, knowing that their child is being well cared for in a safe, loving environment.

Full and partial tuition assistance is available. Since 1945, Pine Tree Camp has never turned a camper away due to their inability to pay tuition. Learn more.

NOTE: July 22 – July 26 is a special sensory sensitive overnight camp for kids; allowing children with autism and sensory issues to experience the fun and freedom of overnight summer camp created especially for them.

Upcoming Children’s Overnight Opportunities



While Pine Tree Camp is able to accommodate almost any camper with a developmental or physical disability, there are several requirements that must be met before an applicant is accepted.

Every applicant must:

  • Have a developmental or physical disability
  • Meet the age limit for each session (8 to 18 for children; 19 and older for adults)
  • Have the ability to participate in the program and interact with other campers
  • Not represent a physical danger to themselves or others

Campers are accepted on a first come, first served basis.

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