Camp Laurel

Camp Laurel, a coed summer camp in Maine for boys and girls, was founded in 1949 and has been in continuous operation ever since. Its original site was at Lake Awosting, New York, and since 1965, has maintained its home at its current site in Readfield.

Camp Laurel is located in the heart of Maine's Central Lakes region, 17 miles west of the state capital of Augusta. The camp has 160 unspoiled acres of woodlands. Its 2000 feet of shoreline along sparkling Echo Lake features access to more than three miles of exceptionally clear waters. The area is famous for sunny, warm days and comfortable evenings.

Each year Camp Laurel welcomes 240 boys and 240 girls, ages 7-15, from all over the United States. The vast majority of campers return year after year.

Camp Laurel is divided into six campuses, three for boys and three for girls. The size of each campus allows us to provide a personal, close-knit environment with a great deal of individual attention. Campuses are further broken down into smaller groups, assigned by grade completed in school.



Each year, the Camp Laurel team is chosen from students, graduates and faculty from schools and colleges throughout the United States. We seek people with personality, character, stability and warmth. Most importantly, we look for staff members with a sincere desire to work and live with children. Our camper-to-counselor ratio is better than 3:1.

Being a staff member at Camp Laurel is far more than a summer job... it's an unforgettable experience in beautiful surroundings... and a rare opportunity to reach your full potential as you help others reach theirs.

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