Testimonials

Samantha said…
We’ll never forget the overwhelming feeling of walking onto Camp Mataponi’s incredible and beautiful property for the very first time on the gorgeous, crisp and clean Sebago Lake. Each summer, we tell our girls to make sure they take some time every day to sit in front of the lake, and take a picture in their mind of the beautiful scenery that they are so lucky to enjoy every summer. Maine is truly a special place! We would not want our girls anywhere else but Maine where they will learn to water-ski, tackle an amazing ropes course, swim, horseback ride, play sports, and make the best friends of their lives.

Andrea said…
Two experiences I have witnessed my daughters at camp are, one, I love the independence they gain from being away at camp. When my husband and I visited on camp visiting day and it was lunch time, my initial instinct was to get two plates and help my daughters pick out a plate of food. But instead I was told, “Mom, we got this. We do this every day at camp.” I was blown away by their confidence and self esteem. Another experience I would like to share is their desire to participate in social action and giving back to the community. When they returned from camp this past summer, my daughters wanted to emulate a service project they did at camp for children with disabilities for another organization locally in our community. I believe that camp gives my daughters the self esteem, confidence and empathy to successfully navigate in today’s world as they grow up.

Eve said…
My daughter remembers when she first got up on water skis and she got to see the beauty of Maine on Sebago Lake while having the time of her life with all of her camp friends cheering her on!

Samantha said…
Camp Mataponi has provided for my daughter an opportunity to develop lifelong skills beyond the physically active sports and such. She has learned kindness, resiliency and how to successfully live and navigate in a community without help from her parents. It had been a priceless experience for her.

Testimonials

Samantha said…
We’ll never forget the overwhelming feeling of walking onto Camp Mataponi’s incredible and beautiful property for the very first time on the gorgeous, crisp and clean Sebago Lake. Each summer, we tell our girls to make sure they take some time every day to sit in front of the lake, and take a picture in their mind of the beautiful scenery that they are so lucky to enjoy every summer. Maine is truly a special place! We would not want our girls anywhere else but Maine where they will learn to water-ski, tackle an amazing ropes course, swim, horseback ride, play sports, and make the best friends of their lives.

Andrea said…
Two experiences I have witnessed my daughters at camp are, one, I love the independence they gain from being away at camp. When my husband and I visited on camp visiting day and it was lunch time, my initial instinct was to get two plates and help my daughters pick out a plate of food. But instead I was told, “Mom, we got this. We do this every day at camp.” I was blown away by their confidence and self esteem. Another experience I would like to share is their desire to participate in social action and giving back to the community. When they returned from camp this past summer, my daughters wanted to emulate a service project they did at camp for children with disabilities for another organization locally in our community. I believe that camp gives my daughters the self esteem, confidence and empathy to successfully navigate in today’s world as they grow up.

Eve said…
My daughter remembers when she first got up on water skis and she got to see the beauty of Maine on Sebago Lake while having the time of her life with all of her camp friends cheering her on!

Samantha said…
Camp Mataponi has provided for my daughter an opportunity to develop lifelong skills beyond the physically active sports and such. She has learned kindness, resiliency and how to successfully live and navigate in a community without help from her parents. It had been a priceless experience for her.