Author: Moe Burness

  • Posted by on 11/02/2018

    C.J. (Carol) Law has been the Riding Director at Indian and Forest Acres since 1986.  Laurel Anderson, is a writer, who is working on a book project, A Year in America; a gal and her dog reconnecting with America, sharing the adventures along the way. One of her stops along the way was at Forest Acres to interview C.J.  Enjoy reading the short Instagram version. We are so fortunate to have C.J. as a member of our camp family.…

  • The Power Of The Camp Experience Years Later

    Posted by on 03/21/2017

    Jonathan Klein (1979-1985) was one of my campers in the late 70’s. For the last 20 years, Jonathan has been out in Los Angeles working as an actor, director, producer and sound and lighting engineer as well as teaching acting classes. He was recently interviewed for a magazine article in VoyageLA Magazine. The last question in the interview was, “Do you look back particularly fondly on any memories from childhood?”

    Jon responded, “By far, my favorite memory from childhood is the time I spent at sleep away camp. I come from the East Coast, where it’s common for kids to go to camp for eight weeks during the summer. I attended Indian Acres Camp in Fryeburg, Maine for seven summers, beginning when I was ten years old. Camp gave me a sense of who I was away from my family and set me on the road to becoming the man I am today. It’s probably why having a strong community of creative, positive people around me is so important in my life.”

    Not that it comes a surprise to me or anyone of us who have attended summer camp, but it is nice to hear that almost 30+ years later, the camp experience still affects his everyday life and what is important to him.

  • 50 Most Amazing Summer Camps for Kids

    Posted by on 04/14/2015

    I have been saying for years that the “magic of camping is that everyone thinks that their camp is the best.  But, the beauty of camping is that we know that we are.”  Nothing is better then to have those feelings confirmed by others; those that have no emotional ties to camp. We had made yet another  list;  this time the “50 Most Amazing Summer Camps for Kids”. CLICK HERE here to read the article.  I am so proud and lucky to be a part of Indian and Forest Acres,  a camp that have given me so much in my lifetime.  Don’t be shy…..share the “beauty” with everyone you know.