All events for 2020 will be done ONLINE due to the physical limitations of our chapel to meet Maine CDC Covid-19 guidelines


To our members and camp supporters,
The health and safety of all who come to the Madison Spiritualist Camp is and has been our priority as we try to navigate this covid-19 pandemic. We have decided to do an online program for the 2020 Camp Season. Once our program is printed we will post a copy here. In the meantime, be sure to visit our website at and follow us on Facebook to stay up to date on all the different events we are offering and directions on how to access our online program.
We shall miss seeing you at the Camp, but I hope you will attend an online workshop/development class, message circle, church service, and/or schedule a private reading. Our presenters this camp season will showcase some of our favorite mediums who have served our camp before, mediums that are new to camp but are well known, and also two international mediums.
This is new for all of us, we hope you’ll bear with us and continue to support the Madison Spiritualist Camp as you so generously have in the past.
Blessings to you and yours through this trying time.
Emily Nadeau, President
Madison Spiritualist Camp

Our 2020 season has additional Pre- and Post Season activities and special events.


Hope to Reschedule in September/October timeframe


 June 17, 2020


June 20, 2020 & June 21, 2020


June 24, 2020, through September 6, 2020


September 12, 2020

Established 1879

Chapel Phone: Active during the Camp Season (207) 474-0124

Alternate: Graham (207) 318-9037

Originally, Lake Wesserunsett was the summer meeting area of the Kennebec Indians before and during the 1600’s. Written history of the area states that the area was first settled by the Jebediah Hayden family in the early 1800’s. One of the Hayden family heirs, William D. Hayden set aside an area for the use of the Madison Spiritualist Association in 1879 at Hayden’s Grove on the west side of Hayden’s Pond as the lake was then called. Prior to that time, the Spiritualists had been meeting at Richardsons Woods, but getting to the woods was a hardship in those days.

The first two years of meetings were outdoors until a building was constructed in 1882, which is now the Lakewood Summer Theater. In 1895 William D. Hayden bought the building and as a condition of the sale guaranteed that the Spiritualists would always have a place to meet on the campgrounds, and as a result, we now own and meet in a small chapel on Salmon Road on the grounds.
Being surrounded by the good feelings of all the ancestors, pioneers, and people who come to the chapel each summer gives the area a strong spiritual attraction and leaves us with a special place to celebrate Spiritualism each summer.
We welcome everyone and invite those of other faiths to investigate the phenomena and teachings of Spiritualism.

Madison Camp is located in Lakewood village, north of Skowhegan (approximately 6 miles), along Route 201. At the golf course turn right onto Beach Road into the Association towards Lakewood Theater. Continue to the end of the road. At the beach turn left onto street posted, “Private Road, Owners, and Guests Only”. After about 160 feet, directly in front of you, you will see the Madison Spiritualist Camp. Parking for the Chapel is in the back of the building.

Message Circles & Mediumship Events
Message Circles is one of our means to validate that life is continuous. In these circles, our guest medium will demonstrate mediumship to fulfill that validation. Visit our Message Mediums Summary page.
Private Readings
Our mediums are available Due to CDC guidelines for 2020 there will be no medium available for walkins.

Visit our Private Readings Summary page.

Workshops & Development Classes
Our mediums and guest facilitators offer short workshops and development classes on various topics of a spiritual nature or on specific aspects of working with Spirit. Visit our Workshop Mediums Summary page.
Church Services
Our Spiritualist church services with our guest mediums are open to all denominations. It is divided into 3 sections: Healing, Inspirational Talk and Spirit Communication. Join us for a unique and beautiful experience with Spirit. Visit our Church Services Summary page.


There has been a lot of work done on our camp during the last 3 years as many of you have noticed, including roofing, painting, landscaping and a heat exchanger installation that will allow us to offer early and post season special events.

We are super excited!!!

Madison Camp is asking for Donations to support the costs to bringing the community wonderful spiritual programs each year. We hope you will consider giving a  tax-deductible donation, as we are a non-profit 501(c3) organization. Any donations received will be put into our general checking fund to cover building maintenance, utilities, advertising, and such ancillary items that enable us to bring in people from around the state and country to share their spiritual knowledge here at Madison Camp.

Table Tipping, seance, mediums day, and Gallery Fundraisers
We have a further fundraiser Table Tipping, seance, mediums days, and Gallery fundraiser events. Please join us for these additional events

Table Tipping and Gallery events are canceled for 2020.

Seance at Lakewood Theater – we hope to have rescheduled in Sept/October timeframe.

We do have a Mediums Day Fair on:

  • June 20, 2020, 10-3 pm.
    Mediums are Eddita Felt, Rev Nancy Parry, Kathy Silvia.
  • September 12, 2020, 10-3 pm.
    Mediums are: To Be Announced

Pre-registration and payment are required. Call Graham 207-318-9037 if you need assistance.

Visit  booking page to reserve your preferred time slot

Readings are $20 for 15 mins, $40 for 30 mins, and $80 for 60 mins.


When donating we ask that you also click the dropdown menu to select the reading time option.