Council Properties

The John Messer Rotary Scout Training Center
Camp William B. Hinds, 146 Plains Road, Raymond, ME 04071

The John Messer Rotary Scout Training Center is located at Camp Hinds. It is a large lodge with a commercial kitchen, dining room and meeting rooms. There are sleeping bunks for 45 people.


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Camp Bomazeen
656 Horse Point Road, Belgrade, ME 04917
Camp Bomazeen is located on 200 plus acres in North Belgrade, Maine, on the shores of Great Pond. Camp Bomazeen is undergoing a transition from a Boy Scout camp to a Cub Scout camp, and will soon be the home of the Council’s new Cub World! Camp facilities are still able to be used, including McCurdy and Pavilion cabins and campsites for weekend rentals. Bomazeen also offers scenic wooded campsites, extensive frontage on Great Pond, sports field, and a sandy beach with beautiful sunsets.


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Camp Gustin
Loon Pond, Sabattus, ME 04280

Located on the shores of Loon Pond in Sabattus, Maine, Camp Gustin is widely considered the most “rustic” camp of the Pine Tree Council and has 180 acres. The camp has an open-air permanent shelter as the only structure on site. The camp has approximately a dozen rental campsites within its boarders. Camp Gustin is also the home of Abnaki Day Camp.


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Camp Hinds
146 Plains Road, Raymond, ME 04071
Camp Williams B. Hinds sits on 280 acres of land on the shores of Panther Pond, which is part of the Sebago Lakes Region of Maine. The Camp has a 300+ seat dining hall, health lodge, recreation hall, and trading post. Several buildings are used year round for camping, such as Bates, Cadigan and Tenny Cabins. The Tenny Campsite is the only site that does not use tents – permanent lean-tos make up that site. Camp Hinds is nationally accredited and hosts our Boy Scout & Webelos resident camp, FunPack Weekends  and one week of Casco Bay Day Camp. It also hosts Winter Camp, OKPIK and Operation Fly First Class. When not being used for a camp program, various units from the Council can be found utilizing its many campsites and buildings all through the fall, winter and spring months.


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Camp Nutter
East Shore Drive, Acton, ME 04001
Located on the shores of Loon Pond in Acton Maine, Camp Nutter has 27 acres and was once a summer resident camp for local troops. With its two rental cabins Seton and Baden Powell, it provides an excellent location for unit camping and special events! Camp Nutter is also home to York District Day Camp.


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