Welcome to

Camp North Star

a Summer Camp in Poland Spring, ME

Camp North Star is more than just a place; it’s a feeling…Ask any of our campers or families what that feeling is and they would smile and say, ‘Camp North Star is My Home.’ With Camp North Star’s attention to each child’s individuality reflected in our community, our program and our staff it’s no surprise they feel at home with us.

Dates & Rates Our Philosophy

  • June 25, 2017

    Days

    Hours

    Mins

    Until Session 1 - June 25, 2017

News + Announcements

  • Making friends at Camp North Star

    Making Friends at Summer Camp

    For many kids, heading off to camp for the summer is a real rite of passage. It’s likely their first time away from their parents and home for more than just a sleepover down the...

  • Advice for first time campers at Camp North Star

    Advice for New Campers from Staff

    In our last blog post we shared great advice for our new North Star campers from our veteran campers.  The suggestions and guidance were extremely helpful because our returning...

More News & Announcements
  • Jess W., Campers aged 15 and 13

    “The staff continuously ensures that every camper fits in and is accepted in and outside of the cabin. When we picked him up, the first thing he said was, “I want to come back next year!” I was in tears…”

  • Stacey T., Campers aged 14 and 12

    ‘Everyone’s unique personality clearly contributed and was a big part of the camp family.’

  • Jay S., Camper aged 14

    “By the time we drove up to CNS that very first drop-off day our daughter couldn’t have been more excited and my wife and I were sure we made the right choice…..When we picked up our daughter two weeks later we soon realized she had the time of her life. (A word of warning here… she didn’t stop talking about camp for the entire ride home.)”

  • Elsa A., Campers aged 13 and 10

    “…When I picked my son up from camp the first year; I have never seen him happier! When he speaks of CNS and now recently with talking to our daughter about camp, joy is one of the first words that come to my mind!”