Camp Pondicherry
Camp Pondicherry

Camp Pondicherry is nestled in the foothills of the beautiful White Mountains in Bridgton, Maine. Pondi sits on 658 acres of unspoiled woodlands and fields. A private waterfront on Adams Pond and many scenic trails add to the peace and tranquility of this wondrous
camp just 40 miles from Portland.

The site has 4 winterized buildings including a large Chalet and a 200 year old farmhouse. It also has six campsites for seasonal camping, and flush toilets. Other facilities include a challenge course, sports field and archery range.

Pondicherry is open year round. In the summer, Pondi hosts a resident camp led by a trained staff and serves girls 7-17. It is also available for troop and groups at all other times of the year.

See the beauty of Camp Pondicherry with this photo page.

Mailing Address for Camp Pondicherry
Camp Pondicherry
85 Camp Pondicherry Road
Bridgton, ME 04009

Directions to Camp Pondicherry

From the Portland area:

Route 114 toward Sebago Lake.

Turn left from Route 114 onto Long Hill Road (to Route 107, past Sebago Lake) at East Sebago.

At the stop sign, turn right onto Route 107.

Follow Route 107 for 9.5 miles, to Camp Pondicherry Road.

Turn left onto Camp Pondicherry Road; proceed from * below.

OR

Take Route 302 North (Forest Avenue) from Portland or take I-95/Maine Turnpike to Exit 48; take a right after the tollbooth onto Riverside Street.

Stay on Riverside Street about 2 miles and turn left onto Route 302.

** Follow Route 302, northwest, through Naples toward Bridgton. About 4 miles beyond Naples, after you pass Lake Region High School on the right, take the first road (Burnham Road) to the left.

Follow this road 1/2 mile to the intersection, turn left up the hill, still on Burnham Road. Follow Burnham Road to the stop sign.

Turn left onto Route 107; go 1/10 mile to the first road on the right

*** Turn right onto Camp Pondicherry Road
* This is the same road that goes to Adams Lake Housekeeping Cottages. Follow Camp Pondicherry Road past the Adams Lake Housekeeping Cottages, 4/10 mile to the entrance to camp.

From Lewiston: Take Route 11 from Auburn rotary to Route 302 and turn right, proceed from ** above.

From Augusta-Waterville area: Take I-95/Maine Turnpike to Gray (Exit 63 - formerly Exit 11), turn left on Route 115. In Windham, turn right onto Route 302 and proceed from ** above.

From Norway/South Paris: Take Route 117 to Bridgton. From Bridgton, take Route 117 towards Denmark. Turn left onto Route 107 and continue for 2.9 miles. Proceed from *** above.

From Biddeford-Saco area: Take Route 35 and turn left onto Route 114, Sebago Lake. Turn left from Route 114 onto Long Hill Road (to Route 107) at East Sebago. At the stop sign, turn right onto Route 107. Follow Route 107 for 9.5 miles, to Camp Pondicherry Road. Turn left onto Camp Pondicherry Road; proceed from * above.

From Sanford area: Follow Route 11 to Route 107. Proceed 14.5 miles on Route 107. Turn left onto Camp Pondicherry Road; proceed from * above.

From Calais, Ellsworth, Belfast: Take Route 1 South to Route 3 West in Belfast. Follow Route 3 West to I95 South. Follow directions from Augusta/Waterville area.