Camp Owner Rick Littlefield ensures Robin Hood Camp continues delivering exciting activities to kids around the world through family resources available on the official website.
For nearly a century, Robin Hood Camp has stood at the forefront of world-class summer camp programs thanks to a range of unique activities available to campers led by industry professionals. Today, the camp hosts kids from more than 40 countries around the world who partake in a lively and enriching program that takes advantage of an idyllic location in the rurals of Maine, nearby to ocean and freshwater bodies.
Rick Littlefield, the owner of Robin Hood Camp, inherited the position from his father who began the summer program 93 years ago. Both Rick Littlefield and his father have always strived to provide their campers with a one-of-a-kind experience that instills lasting skills, knowledge, and positive memories. Today, during abnormal routines and stay-at-home orders, Robin Hood Camp continues to gather together exciting activities for kids around the world.
“We’ve compiled a handful of our favorite family resources that can be enjoyed just as much by parents and adults as by camper-age kids,” says Rick Littlefield.
Among other activities available on the official Robin Hood Camp website are:
Exploring San Diego Zoo
From their computers or smart devices, kids can watch video feeds from animal enclosures at the zoo and learn about feeding processes and fun facts from the professionals who run the facility.
Yellowstone National Park Tour
If they’ve never visited the great American West, families can enjoy a high-definition virtual tour of all the beautiful, natural landscapes and wildlife that Yellowstone National Park has to offer.
Monterey Bay Aquarium Live Webcams
Hosting live webcams across their property in California, the Monterey Bay Aquarium connects online visitors with over 200 exhibits and 80,000 plants and animals.
For those with an interest in space and extraterrestrial landscapes, visitors can now explore the surface of Mars through an online portal.
Great Wall of China Virtual Tour
Instead of hiking the more than 13,000 miles of stone walkways, kids and their families can now trek across the Great Wall of China and witness the same views as those who built it centuries before––right from their living rooms.
In addition, Rick Littlefield and the Robin Hood Camp team have also made available tours to renowned museums, links to free Audible downloads, exciting Instagram stories, and more.
“To keep families active and connected to Robin Hood Camp, we’ll also be posting virtual activity lessons created by our talented Robin Hood staff,” says Rick Littlefield. “And if families would like to share resources with the rest of our community, they can email them to us or post them to the Robin Hooders Coming Together group.”