Gather your friends, family and co-workers and get ready for the 19th annual Paddle for Pine Tree Camp!


WHAT: A two-hour paddle down the beautiful Kennebec River, concluding with a free, celebratory barbecue. This event is family-friendly and perfect for all ages, skill levels and abilities.


WHEN: Saturday, June 6, 2015 (8:00 a.m. - 1:30 p.m.)


WHERE: The adventure starts at The Evergreens Campground in Solon, ME and ends in North Anson, ME.


WHY: The Paddle for Pine Tree Camp helps Maine children and adults with disabilities attend Pine Tree Camp, our extraordinary, barrier-free summer camp in Rome, ME. All paddlers are asked to raise a minimum of $100 in support of Pine Tree Camp. This summer: have fun, stay active and make a difference!

We have a sweet deal for early bird registrants! All paddlers who register by April 1 will be entered into a drawing for One Year of Capt'n Eli's Soda (generously donated by Shipyard).


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Check out scenes from last year's event. What a blast! 


Pine Tree Camp's incredible summer staff greeted paddlers at The Evergreens Campground. 


We encourage paddlers to build teams with their friends, family members and co-workers. The Paddle is a great team-building opportunity for organizations that want to celebrate company spirit while supporting an awesome cause. 


The views on the Kennebec can't be beat. Gorgeous! 


"We did it!" Longtime paddlers, Katherine Emery and Christine Keller, arrive at the takeout site in North Anson. 


Adam MacDonald, Pine Tree Society's Marketing Coordinator, and camper Nicholas Alexander sport their Paddle for Pine Tree Camp t-shirts. 


Safety first. 


Click here to learn more and register now