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Pioneer Camp

Ages 7-12

June 23-28; June 30-July 5; July 28-Aug 2

Imagine a week of camp where you can partake in the activities you want for hours each day! The only problem is choosing which ones you want to participate in. We’ve packed your favorite evening activities into one week. For example, Mission Impossible, America’s Most Wanted, Skit Night, and Campfire Night. There are two hours each day dedicated to Bible time, with age appropriate speakers and counselors who love Jesus and our campers; you will be challenged to take that next step in your relationship with Christ.


*Classes May Include:

  • Kayaking and Canoeing

  • Archery

  • Athletics

  • Fishing

  • Survival Skills

*Class availability is subject to change without notice.


Pump it up! For a small additional fee, take your week to a new level!

  • Water skiing/Wakeboarding: This is the perfect activity for beginners to learn basic technique

**Add-ons subject to change. Due to Safety and Insurance reasons, children must be 8 years old or older.


Don’t forget our free-time activities, which are included at no extra cost! (Sea Sled Rides, Climbing Tower and Zipline, Ga-Ga, Lifeguarded Swimming Area) Evening activities include your favorites:  Mission Impossible, America’s Most Wanted, and others.

4:30 pm. Closing service is Friday at 4:30 pm dismissed after service


Super Teen

Ages 13-17

Aug 4-9

Do you enjoy kayaking, canoeing, stand-up paddle boarding, zip-lining, climbing tower, volleyball, basketball, water-skiing and other incredible evening activities? Super Teen camps include all these and more plus awesome worship times. There are two hours each day dedicated to Bible time; with age appropriate speakers and counselors who love Jesus, you will be challenged in your spiritual walk. 

Bring your friends and meet new ones at Living Waters Super Teen Week!


Pump it up! For a small additional fee, take your week to a new level!

  • Water skiing/Wakeboarding: This is the perfect activity for beginners to learn basic technique

**Add-ons subject to change. Due to Safety and Insurance reasons, children must be 8 years old or older.

Registration starts at 3:00 pm – 4:30 pm. Closing service is Friday at 4:30 pm dismissed after service

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Kids Riding Horses

Equestrian Camp/ Wilderness Base Camp Week

Week 3 July 7-12

Ages 10-17

This is a new and exciting week of camp we are offering for 10-17-year-olds. If you love horses or are looking for an opportunity to try a Wilderness experience. This is the week for you. You will choose one of the options for your Living Waters Adventure. 

Equestrian Camp will give you the opportunity to learn about horses and their care while putting in saddle time improving your riding skills and taking trail rides. 

Wilderness Base Camp is designed to give you a taste of the Great Maine Woods! You will spend most of the week in our cabins with a night or two out in a tent experiencing the "Outdoor Life". You will canoe East Grand Lake and learn outdoor survival skills.

Registration starts at 3:00 pm – 4:30 pm. Closing service is Friday at 4:30 pm. Campers are dismissed after service. 

Day Camp

Ages coincide with the week you choose

Living Waters offers day programs in conjunction with our overnight summer camps, including Pioneer, Sports, and Super Teen weeks at a reduced price. Day camps run Monday through Friday.  Day Campers can enjoy the same activities offered to our overnight campers. Day campers enjoy swimming, archery, boat rides, crafts and much more!  Please note the age ranges for each week of camp before signing up your child for our Day Camp Program.

Kick off the summer with Day Camp Week 1 with Pioneer Camp, for your child age 6 - 12!  We offer transportation for your child this week ONLY from the Houlton area at no extra charge! Contact our office at 207-448-2310 for more information. Monday June 24- 28, Call for Houlton pick up times. Drop-off at 9:00 am; pick-up at 4:00 pm

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Sports Camp

Week 4 Teen Sports: Ages 13-17 (July 14-19)

Week 5 Kids Sports: Ages 8-12 (July 21-26)

If Basketball or Soccer is your thing, then Living Waters has some great sports camps that you will not want to miss. You will take part in drills and team competitions. An All-Star game will be held at the end of the week. Learn under the guidance of coaches who know the game and love the Lord.

Plus take part in our fabulous evening activities!

When you’re not playing basketball or soccer, enjoy swimming, water skiing, zip lining, climbing tower, and many other activities.

Fill your athletic appetite with Basketball or Soccer at Living Waters!

Registration starts at 3:00 pm – 4:30 pm. Closing service is Friday at 4:30 pm All-Star game to follow

Family Camp

All Ages

Check this out… How many summer camps offer an opportunity for adults to go to camp? We do! 


An excellent chance for you to get away for a week. These weeks have a lot to offer for married couples, individuals, or the entire family.


Come join us for a fun Christ-filled time. Whether you want to relax, get some exercise, go swimming, or sit around the campfire, we are the place for you. You can praise God with song and listen to messages from God-fearing pastors and Bible scholars. You will be steeped in the truth of God’s Word. We have many options for your stay. We have a motel and cottages with a mini fridge and microwave. We also offer housekeeping cottages that have a full kitchen. Or if you have an RV, camper, or tent, you can stay in our RV park.

At family camp, you also have options for your camp-age family members. While at camp, you can have your kids stay with you and enjoy time away as a family. They can attend the youth Bible hours, but must be supervised by a parent or guardian. If you would like them to participate in the camp activities and sessions, sign them up for overnight camp or day camp, depending on age groups offered at the time. There are additional fees for day camp and overnight camp. We have separate services for youth and adults with child care available for children under camp age.

Registration starts at 3:00 pm – 4:30 pm. Closing combined service is Friday at 4:30 pm dismissed after service

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Let the inner artist flow. This class is a great time of fellowship and letting your artistic side show. There will be a painting with instruction, so whether you are an experienced artist or you normally need paint by numbers, this class is for you!


You will get to canoe the beautiful Baskahegan or St. Croix Rivers, or the East Grand Lake with our guides. You will leave after breakfast, have lunch prepared for you by our guides on the water, and return by supper. If you have wanted to experience the amazing Maine outdoors, but did not want to spend the night on the ground, this is the trip for you. These trips are limited to 10 guests, so sign up early

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Enjoy a morning cruise on East Grand Lake while you have a breakfast sandwich and coffee. There will be a short devotional, and some singing normally breaks out. These trips are limited to 12 guests, so sign up early.

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Add waterskiing or wakeboarding as a daily session for Pioneer and Super Teen weeks

  • Is this an overnight camp?
    Yes! We also have day camp options.
  • How do I register my child for camp?
    You can register here.
  • How much does overnight camp cost?
    Camp is $360 and runs from Sunday through Friday. For more camp pricing, see price sheet below.
  • What time is check-in?
    Check-in for Summer Camp is Sunday from 3-5 PM. Please look for the sign on the TAB.
  • What time is check-out?
    Check-out is on Friday from 4-5 PM. Please contact the office if your child will be picked up by someone other than yourself, or at an earlier time.
  • Where do I pick up my child at check-out?
    You will pick up your child at the closing service in the TAB.
  • What if my child has food allergies?
    There is a section in the registration process where you can indicate food and other allergies. That information will be given to the Kitchen Director and the Camp Nurse. Please confirm this information with our Health Center staff and registration staff at check-in.
  • Can my child bring their medication?
    Yes. Please fill out the medical form during registration and update before camp if any new medications have been added. Please have all medication ready to give the Health Center Staff at check-in. Please do not pack in your child's suitcase. It must be in the original bottle with only the amount needed for their stay at Living Waters. All inhalers, nasal sprays, and EPI pens must be in the prescription box with label and must NOT be expired. All prescription bottles should come in a Ziploc bag with child’s name and camp date on it. Please do not bring over-the-counter medication. Designated medical professionals are available at the Health Center to dispense OTC medication as needed. No vitamins or herbs will be accepted without a doctor’s note.
  • Will my child and their friend be together at camp?
    During the registration process, you will see a spot for Roommate Request. Please fill that out so we know who wants to bunk together. Campers can also meet up with their friends for free time activities.
  • What should my child bring with them to camp?
    Here is a complete “What to Bring” list, but some of the common items include: Bible, modest and casual clothes, water shoes, flashlight, sleeping bag or twin bedding, towels, and toiletries.
  • What should they leave at home?
    Please leave all electronics at home, including cell phones. No knives, firearms, fireworks, tobacco, drugs, or alcohol.
  • How can I communicate with my child while they are at camp?
    You may send emails to your camper at Please put the camper’s full name in the subject line. These emails will be printed and distributed once a day. Campers may also receive mail at PO Box 250, Danforth, ME 04424. Please keep in mind how long it takes for mail to arrive before sending something in the mail.
  • What if my child becomes homesick?
    You will be notified and kept up-to-date if your child is more than just a little homesick, but we highly recommend that parents allow our staff to handle it. Our counselors and staff are trained and equipped to help campers overcome homesickness. We strive to provide campers with a safe space to work through their hesitations and fears of being away from home, and fully believe that working through those difficulties can be impactful in a positive way.
  • Will my child need extra money while at camp?
    There is a Snack Shack and Camp Store at Living Waters. Parents/guardians determine the amount of money to put in the camper bank. $25-$50 is the recommended amount.
  • What if my child left something at camp?
    Please contact the office within 30 days after your child’s week of camp and we will check our lost and found items. Lost and found items are returned at your cost. It will be mailed out after we receive payment for the postage. Unclaimed items are considered a donation to the camp and will be sold at the Labor Day yard sale.
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