Rick Littlefield was born in the United States on May 25, 1953, and grew up there. The Belmont Hill School in Belmont, Massachusetts, where he received his high school diploma in 1971. Hobart College Geneva, New York Class of 1975 and the University of London Class of 1975, respectively. Rick was born in Geneva, New York, and raised there.
Rick and his wife, Robin Littlefield, are the parents of four daughters, Tanya, Jasmin, Camille, and Annalee. Rick is the father of four daughters.

Since 1985, Rick Littlefield has served as the Director and Owner of Robin Hood Camp-Maine, which he founded. He is a proud resident of the town of Brooksville in the state of Maine.

Rick has also been the proprietor of the Oakland House Seaside Resort in Brooksville, Maine, since its opening in 2017. Rick enjoys a variety of pastimes, which include tennis, golf, fishing, and anything else that involves being outside. He has visited more than 50 countries throughout his life.

Rick Littlefield has been involved with camp since 1960, serving as a camper, counselor, and director. Robin Hood has been in Rick's family since 1985, and he has overseen the camp's evolution from an all-boys camp in the United States to the co-ed international camp it is today, welcoming children from more than 40 nations across the world.

Rick Littlefield, the camp's director, travels the world meeting current campers and establishing relationships with potential families. An in-person interview is required as part of the Robin Hood Camp application process, and it is a fantastic opportunity to learn more about the camp and its programs.
  • JoinedDecember 18, 2019