Hiking & Trips
Canoeing & Rafting
Located in the Lakes Region of New England as well as on the the Broad Bay section of Lake Ossipee, our campers participate in partial and full day canoe and rafting trips. Is there a better way to spend a summer day in New England than canoeing Lake Ossipee with your best friends, stopping to enjoy your packed lunch at a site with a majestic view? The only better option may be rafting along the Saco River; at Robin Hood, they will do both.
Star Gazing is a Robin Hood tradition. All Junior Campers will enjoy a night at the Outpost, learn to pitch a tent, start a fire and then help cook a delicious dinner of fajitas… followed by (of course) Smores. Sitting around the fire, telling stories, laughing with buddies and enjoying the New England Stars create some our campers best memories. Our Senior campers overnights are popular and optional.
Our Campers hike and climb across the White Mountains. Our younger campers will challenge Green Mountain ... as they move up the ranks, the climbs will become more challenging, culminating in our oldest campers climbing Mount Washington - located in the Presidential Range of the White Mountains and the highest peak in the Northeastern United States; if successful, they will head to Baxter State Park to climb Mount Kathadin, the highest mountain in Maine and the end of the Appalachain Trail. Our Kathadin Trip is a 4-day, 3–night adventure in which our oldest campers will experience a great feeling of accomplishment, bond as their camper summers are coming to a close and be overwhelmed by Baxter State Park’s natural beauty.