Camp Agawam is a boys' camp located on Crescent Lake in Raymond, Maine, U.S., which is one of the oldest summer camps for boys in the United States. The camp was founded in 1919 by Appleton A. Mason, and remained in the Mason family until 1985. The Boston Globe described the camp in 1988 as "an old camp with old ideas." However, in 2009, Senator Susan Collins described its program as "unique and exciting." It is noted for its award-winning charitable program, Main Idea, which enables underprivileged boys to attend the camp. As of 2013, the camp is run as a non-profit organization, directed by Erik Calhoun.