BATH – Pine Tree Camp is well-known throughout Maine for offering a traditional summer camp experiences to people with disabilities. Last year the camp expanded by offering accessible recreation opportunities in the fall, winter and spring.

“We saw a need for accessible and affordable recreational opportunities for people with disabilities,” said Harvey Chesley, camp director. “With our new winterized cabin, it seemed like a natural way for Pine Tree Camp to expand its offerings.”

The four-season cabin will be a home away from home for participants. The cabin offers accessible living space and can accommodate 20. The cabin provides easy access to all that the 250-acre camp has to offer.

The season will include: Accessible Fall Fishing Weekend, Sept. 19 to 21; Accessible Fall Foliage Weekend, Oct. 10 to 12; Guided Deer Hunting Trip, Nov. 5 to 9; Ice Fishing Extended Weekend, March 4 to 7; Spring Fishing Weekend, May 21 to 23.

Registration is being accepted for all opportunities. For more information or to register contact Erin Rice at 443-3341 or [email protected] Additional information is available on

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