Camp Ketcha is a year round non-profit organization serving the southern Maine community with programs in youth development, family enrichment and summer day camping. Our 107 acres of meadows, forests, streams and wetlands are essential to our mission. We strive to get children, youth and families outdoors to appreciate what nature has to offer.
Camp Ketcha maintains the preservation of 107 acres which is open for public recreation. We have an extensive trail network that traverses our property and the abutting 90 acres of the Scarborough Land Trust Libby Farm. This land is used by adults and children from the community year-round for a variety of programs including: hiking, cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, environmental education, and other activities. Families and individuals are encouraged to enjoy our property at any time when Camp Ketcha Programs are not in operation. We welcome muscle-powered recreation (no motors please). Dogs are permitted on the property but must be leashed. We also have letter-boxing sites on our property, as well, which we encourage families and community members to try their hand at!