Summer Finale Camp

Youth Cabins at Summer Finale Week 2018




Episcopal Diocese of Maine Youth Events and Camp Bishopswood invite you to join us for Summer Finale Camp. Everyone completing grades 6-12 is welcome! Come experience camp! You’ll be able to choose among summer activities in music, sports, theatre, arts & crafts, games, waterfront and outdoor activities. There’ll be archery, slingshot zone, nature, tie-dye, scavenger hunts, swimming, kayaks, ultimate frisbee, gaga pit games and many more choices. There will be campfires and s’mores, interesting focus groups about God and life, and evening activities. We’ll be with people of other ages at the multigenerational Summer Finale Week. Enjoy the home-cooked Bishopswood food. You’ll live in middle and high school cabins in the woods on the shore of Lake Megunticook. Come prepared to have fun!



Any youth who have completed 6th-12th grade.  Feel free to bring a friend.  See below for information on $50 scholarships for new campers and friends!



August 20 to 26 – Monday afternoon to Sunday morning



Summer Finale Camp is at Camp Bishopswood at 98 Bishopswood Road in Hope, Maine. The camp is on Lake Megunticook, near Camden. We’ll live in rustic cabins in the woods and eat in the lakeside dining hall. Between the large playing field, the Great Hall and the waterfront, we

will have plenty of room to spread out for activities.


$ 350.00

NEW: $50 scholarship for all new campers and new camper friends!  We want to see YOU at camp!

Don’t let money stop you! To find out about financial aid, ask your church or contact Sara D’Angio White.


Contact Youth Missioner Sara D’Angio White at or 502-7742 (land) or (585) 749-9125 (cell).

Click here to register.



There are two Health Forms that must be filled out for a camper to attend Summer Finale Camp. These are the forms that Bishopswood requires for campers.

(1) Physician’s Examination form (1 page) is for your doctor to fill out and sign. Call your doctor’s office, and they will know what to do because these forms are common. OR If your camper does not have any special needs or medicines, and has a current Sports Physical Form from a doctor, you can send us that form instead.
(2) Camper Health History Form (4 pages) must be filled out by a parent. If you don’t want to answer the Immunization History question on page 2, you can just sign on the parent line on page 2 that you “accept the risk on not being fully immunized.”

You may mail to the Summer Finale Youth Camp Director Sara D’Angio White at 15 Ocean View Road, Kennebunk, ME 04043or scan forms and email to or take pictures of the forms and email.
Questions? call Sara at 207-502-7742.

Come prepared to have a great time!