Titcomb Mountain

The Friendliest Mountain Around!

TMAC 2024

Titcomb Mountain Adventure Camp

Titcomb Mountain Adventure Camp (TMAC) is a youth summer camp focused on connecting campers to the outdoor recreation activities available at Titcomb Mountain and help them develop lifelong skills.

Campers will be split into four teams striving to earn points and awards by participating in a variety of activities.  Example activities based on availability: hiking, archery, canoeing, capture the flag, slip & slide, mountain biking, obstacle courses, scavenger hunts, shelter & fort building, arts & crafts, slime making, dance parties, team sports, wilderness survival and much more! 

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Session 1: June 24-28

Session 2: July 8-12
Session 3: July 15-19
Session 4: July 22-26

Ages: 9 - 13

Time: Drop off: 8:30-9am / Camp activities: 9am-4pm / Pick-up: 4-4:30pm

Cost: $175 per session 

Camp staff: Under the guidance of the Camp Director, our staff are energetic and experienced in leading youth outdoor activities. As a program we are CPR, First Aid and ServSafe Certified.

Please note, this year we are asking for campers to pack a lunch/snacks to fuel campers for adventuring.

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*Payment is required to complete registration. 

Mail to: PO Box 138, West Farmington ME 04992
Checks payable to: Farmington Ski Club

Drop-off in person: If we miss you at the mountain, there is a gray lockbox around the right corner of the lodge door.

Contact Information:

Angela Norton, Camp Director/Titcomb Co-Manager

Titcomb Lodge (207)778-9031


Registration is limited to 40 participants per session. Fridays are optional.

Financial assistance for low-income families is available through the United Way of the Tri-Valley Area:

The purpose of The Hope Fund is to provide assistance for unmet needs of children in Greater Franklin County, Livermore and Livermore Falls, with a particular emphasis on removing barriers to enable low-income children to engage in a wide variety of enriching experiences in which they would not otherwise be able to participate. Up to $200 per child/year.

United Way Hope Fund Application- click here

Hope Fund Policy - click here