Oct. 24, 2013
At Camp Runoia we met Pam the director and Jines the assistant director. Pam is the daughter of a couple that bought the camp back in the 50’s. Camp has a nostalgic old camp feel about it. The cabins and the buildings are rustic and we could see remnants of the silly fun and the giggly girls that occupy them during the summer. They have a beautiful waterfront and boat house that carries a lot of the history and tradition of camp on its walls. They also have a theater and performing arts center and a top rated horseback riding program. Pam is very involved in the community of camps in Maine and has invested a lot into creating a memorable and valuable experience for her campers.