We had a great visit on the Moose Morning Show with Lt.'s Kama & Joel Lyle from the Capital Region Salvation Army. They talked to us about the Salvation Army's Camp Sebago on beautiful Sebago Lake.

Camp Sebago activities include hiking, arts and crafts, swimming, boating, outdoor living, nature study, and sports. The summer program consists of seven week-long sessions. The amazing thing is can cost as little as $40 a week.

The children come to camp from Salvation Army corps and service units throughout Maine, New Hampshire, and Vermont.

The main camp program is geared to boys and girls age 7-12. They also offer one week of teen camp for ages 13-16 where campers may spend the week camping out, sleeping in tents and cooking meals over an open fire, or they may choose the traditional program or music conservatory.

If you are interested in sending your child to Camp Sebago, click here, and check out our interview, below.