TAG UP for Activities at Runoia


Tag up for variety of activities offered daily! Hone your skills in your activity blocks! Enjoy Evening Programs!

Check out our outstanding Equestrian Program. Learn about our “rookie camp” for 7 and 8 year old campers called “Harmony Land Camp“. Ask about our other specialty programs: Counselor-in-Training (CIT) for 16 year olds and Junior Maine Guide (JMG) program for 14 -17 year old campers and CITs.

Inquire: info@runoia.com or call #207-495-2228

Archery

Arts & Crafts

Basket Weaving

Basketball

Batik

Camp Craft

Canoeing

Drama

Farm & Garden

Kayaking

Lacrosse

Leadership Program

Mtn. Bike

Photography

Pottery

Riding

Riflery

Ropes & Climbing

Sailing

Soccer

Stained Glass

SUP

Swim Lessons

Tennis

Tubing

Waterski

Wilderness Trip Program

Windsurfing

Wood Burning

Wood Shop

Yoga

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A Typical Daily Schedule of Activities and Program


7:30-9:30 Wake up, flag raising, breakfast, activity sign up, cabin clean up and assembly
9:30-11:45 Activity blocks - elective activity choices and swim lessons
11:45-12:30 Recreation Swim (optional) and Unstructured Free Time
12:30-1:30 Lunch
1:30-2:30 Quiet time followed by snack
2:45-5:30 Activity blocks - elective activity choices and swim lessons
5:30-6:15 Recreational swim or Unstructured Free Time
6:15-7:00 Supper
7:10 Evening Program – varies nightly
8:15 Junior “Milk and Crackers” followed by prep for bed
8:30 Senior “Milk and Crackers” followed by prep for bed
9:00 pm Junior lights out
9:30 pm Senior lights out
Throughout the Day! Unstructured play time is part of our daily lives at camp. Living in an unplugged, face-to-face community allows campers to safely explore free play and people to people interaction throughout the day.

Bees and Elephants - New in 2022!


New in 2022, the Runoia team names and colors have been updated to be more inclusive. Within a week of being a camper you are randomly assigned to the Elephant or Bee Team. Campers can earn individual points for their team in sports like: swimming, riding, sailing, tennis, Junior Maine Guide programs, cross country or triathlons and team points in soccer, kickball, softball, volley ball, swim meets, sailing races, kayak and canoe races and more. The Bees are cheered on by their mascot “Blue-y Bee” – watch out for that sting and wear indigo.  The Elephants have “Stomping Silver” the elephant to charge on through all the sports and their team color is silver. Competition is fun and focused on personal best with participation encouraged.

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Camp Map