Our programs deliver quality
instruction in a beautiful natural environment that is free of glowing
rectangles. Our campers leave with improved skills, and knowledge
that will allow them to continue to improve their skills long after they leave.
A week at Slovenski Camps is a week of daily improvement. It is a week of forging memories with old friends and new. It is a week carefully balanced with advanced modern techniques of training and old-school summer camp traditions. Finally, it is a week of connecting with a more rustic, self-reliant way of living.
The Slovenski Family has been in the summer camp business since 1987. Director
Peter "Coach" Slovenski coaches track at Bowdoin College. He is the founder and director of the Bowdoin
Summer Day Camp, and co-founder and co-director of the Dick Fosbury Track Camp.
Steve "Rocky" Slovenski, director, graduated from Princeton University where he founded a club for dodgeball, laser tag, and other active events. Steve now works as a high school math teacher and track coach at Cheshire Academy in Connecticut.
Dugan Slovenski, director and 'Camp Mom', is a mother of three boys. She is "outnumbered, but not outsmarted". She is an experienced SAT tutor and former high school math teacher.
Paul "Slivers" Slovenski, waterfront director, is the Athletic Director at Bayview Glen School in Toronto, Canada. Paul has years of experience supervising waterfront activities to ensure maximum safety.
Dave "Tarzan" Slovenski, program director, is a recent graduate of Princeton University where he too ran the school dodgeball tournament. Dave coached track & field at RPI college and now coaches and teaches math at Choate Rosemary Hall in Connecticut.
Jim Brennan, Director of External Affairs, is an alum of Camp Hawthorne. Jim coordinates alumni activities and produces many of the excellent slideshows of past summers that you see on youtube.
25 David Plummer Road in Raymond, Maine
Camp is located on a beautiful wooded peninsula extending into Panther Pond, a clean, warm lake about forty minutes north of Portland, Maine.
"My kids love to go to camp! Where else can they play chess, go swimming, learn to knit, and play scatterball in the same day?
Slovenski Camps nurture the whole child, body, mind and character. The campers' role models are the most wonderful, active, inspiring counselors you can imagine. Kids come home challenged by their experiences, and very happy."
- Mia Dyson, Mother of two campers from Freeport, Maine
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