Camp Agawam is located about 45 minutes northwest of Portland, Maine. We are 2.5 hours north of Boston and about a 6 hour drive from New York City.
The Lakes Region of Maine is home to many of the oldest and most respected camps in America. Nearby camps allow us to have an active inter-camp competition schedule without having to spend much time on the road.
Getting to Camp
From the Maine Turnpike North (Interstate 95N):
- Take exit 63, formerly exit 11 (Gray)
- Turn left after the toll
- At the first traffic light, turn right onto Rt. 26A (new bypass around Gray)
- Go 2.7 miles from the traffic light (Rt. 26A becomes Rt. 26) until a flashing yellow light at the Circle K gas station
- Turn left at this intersection onto North Raymond Road
- Go 1 mile on North Raymond Road and turn left onto Egypt Road
- Go 4 miles to the end of Egypt Road, where it intersects with Rt. 85
- Turn right on Rt. 85 and go 4 miles until you see the Agawam sign on the right
Once You Arrive
Turn onto the camp road and follow it to the bottom of the hill, just past our baseball field (on your left). Report to our Camp Office on your arrival. Parking on visiting weekends is in camp near the flagpole. A member of the Sr. Club will be on hand to greet weekend visitors. (Note: If you get to the junction of Rt. 85 North and Rt. 11, you have gone about one-half mile too far on Rt. 85! Turn around and look carefully on your left for the Agawam driveway, just past a cemetery.)
Please drive very slowly and carefully when entering camp as people are everywhere on the property and automobile traffic is uncommon.