What to bring for overnight camps

  • Hockey Equipement

  • Hockey stick for off ice

  • Pillow, linens, towel

  • Toiletries

  • Work out attire

  • Enough clothes for the length of camp and weather (rain)

  • Sunscreen

  • Water bottle

  • 15-50 dollars


  • Fan

  • Snacks and drinks

What to bring for day camps/clinics

  • Hockey Equipement

  • Hockey stick for off ice

  • Work out attire

  • Sunscreen (depending on season)

  • Water bottle



Roommate must be requested in registration. Only 2 campers per room. Roommates can be requested via registration or by sending an email to richard.d.reichenbach@maine.edu. There is no guarantee you will receive your roommate request. We are not allowed to provide information about other campers roommate request.

Campers  Meals

Overnight campers will receive three meals per day (breakfast, lunch and dinner) and commuters will receive lunch and dinner, excluding arrival and departure days. Day camps lunch will be provided.

Payment and Refunds

Your spot is not guaranteed at any camp or clinic until payment is received.  Our camps and clinics often sell out.  There will be no refunds for any Maine Women's hockey camps or clinics.

All camps are open to any and all entrants. Limited only by age, number, grade level and/or gender.

Please mail checks to 

Richard Reichenbach-WIH

5701 Alfond Ice Arena Orono, ME 04469

Please make check out to

 University of Maine