We are excited to announce the opening of registration for Summer Camp 2021!

Please visit and read the 2021 Camp Opening Message From Our Directors page

COVID-19 Health and Safety Information

For More information please reach out to extension.bryantpond@maine.edu  or by calling 207.665.2068.


  • Per University of Maine System guidelines, face coverings are required indoors — on University or non-University property, in University administered facilities, or non-University administered facilities — this is for all visitors or all employeesvaccinated or unvaccinated.
  • UMaine Extension is gradually returning to normal operations. Offices may have different protocols depending on staffing and, with that, we encourage you to call ahead.

Revised October 5, 2021

A note from our Director,

Thank you for considering Bryant Pond for your child’s summer camp experience. This season, we have witnessed an overwhelming response due to the limited number of camper slots we are able to offer due to new guidelines and spacing challenges. I invite you to consider one of our programs being offered at Greenland Point 4-H Camp in Princeton, which currently does have some spots still available. Bryant Pond and Greenland Point work side by side and you can expect the same high-quality program and similar program themes at both locations, so if you were not able to secure a spot at Bryant Pond, it may just be the time to try Greenland Point. Our Princeton location is a bit smaller in size, and every bit as amazing! 

Check out our schedule and get a glimpse of our newest 4-H camp in Maine, Greenland Point!

For over 50 years the University of Maine 4-H Camp & Learning Center at Bryant Pond (formerly the Maine Conservation School) has strengthened children’s relationship to the natural world with a combination of inspired outdoor fun, practical woods-wise skills, and “hands-on” conservation education. Helping young people learn to take care of our natural world and themselves when they are in it are our most important goals.

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