[Camp Session Info]

How to Register


Everyone has
to register in order to have a place to sleep, including: lecturers, staff, and under-age day campers.

Registration  is

Late registrations
will not be accepted.


Register for Camp
Contact the Registrar


Register for Camp

click here for the
2021 registration form.


2021 housing will be complicated, so please bear with us. Maine State Covid regulations will be followed rigorously as well as the FNCA Covid protocols approved by the Board. There will be no youth sponsorship program and no teen dorms, that means that all under age campers must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian and will be housed with them. Housing will be assigned in family blocks as much as possible. Beyond that, we will also be following the usual priorities for housing outlined below.

© Nancy F. Little 200Housing is assigned by the Registrar in the following order of priorities:

1. Physical Need
Some spaces are specifically designed for handicapped or campers with limited mobility or other physical ailment. These spaces are given to these campers above all other requests.

2. Family Size
Some cabins have just a double bed, another has a double plus three twins, others have two bedrooms, etc. The spaces are used as efficiently as possible to maximize camper capacity.

3. Length of Stay
Campers staying two weeks are given priority over those staying one week; campers staying one week are given priority over those staying just a weekend; etc.

4. Extenuating Circumstances
Although pets are strongly discouraged at camp, if you have been given special permission, you will be housed in one of the outer cabins, meaning the ones out in the woods: Murdoch through Laird (#12-18 on the FNCA Map).

5. Special Requests
Some annual attendees have specific spaces where they prefer to stay. Every effort is made to accommodate these requests after the above criteria are met.

6. Order of Registration Received
After all other criteria are taken into consideration, the order in which registrations were received is taken into account, so please register as soon as you know your plans!

There's actually quite a bit more to it than that, and each year our Registrar does an excellent job of putting the whole housing puzzle together so that it works best for the entire camp. In fact, in our online 2017 FNCA Camper Survey, "Housing" received an amazing 86% Excellent and 6% Good rating for a combined 92% overall approval rating!

NOTE: To learn about what living spaces are available, please see the Housing page.



Contact the Registrar

© Anna Eller Langdon 2015


If you have any questions about registration or housing, please contact:

Beki Greenwood
FNCA Registrar

But please, don't call, email, or text her simply to tell her you're planning on attending, or you'll get this reaction.--->
Just Register!


[Camp Session Info]

84 Main St, Fryeburg, ME 04037 (map)