Robin Hood Camp is one the world’s premier summer camp programs that caters to a diverse set of campers each year who come from more than 40 countries. In addition to Robin Hood Camp, owner Rick Littlefield and his wife also head up the Oakland House Seaside Resort in Maine, which invites visitors from around the world to experience the beautiful landscapes of Maine in a quintessential location.
“Robin Hood Camp is a fantastic place for kids to come out and enjoy the unique environment here in Maine, with plenty of access to rural forests and fields, freshwater lakes, and access to ocean shorelines,” says Rick Littlefield. “The Oakland House Resort offers all the same views and adventures for adults and families in a historic property near the water.”
The Oakland House is made up of a resort colony of vintage cottages, a communal guest
house, and a 130-year old inn on 60 acres located at Eggemoggin Reach in Maine. While the property itself is a picturesque setting, the surrounding environment boasts plenty of excursions and sights that are sure to entertain guests from any background or walk of life.
Like Robin Hood Camp, the resort relies on Maine’s landscapes for its activities, such as paddling or canoeing through local waters, hiking breathtaking trails, fishing along the shore, sailing the ocean, and more. Guests at the Oakland House can also receive recreational instruction from USTA Tennis professionals and PGA professionals on property.
“People don’t come here to experience bustling cities and busy night life, they come here to escape and enjoy all that nature has to offer,” says Rick Littlefield. “And we offer plenty of that right in our backyard.”
The Oakland House overlooks Pumpkin Island on one side and Deer Isle Bridge on the other, delivering beautiful local landscapes for visitors to explore and plenty of trails to travel along. The resort is the ideal destination for couples looking to escape their overwhelming lives, families looking to get away their iPhones and reconnect with each other, and anyone who wants to experience Maine’s rural countryside.
“We’re very proud of Robin Hood Camp and the Oakland House as they offer quick access to all the land, water, and nature of Maine that we grew up loving,” says Rick Littlefield.