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ADIRONDACK CAMP

ADIRONDACK CAMP

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What we're all about...

Strong hearts. Strong character. For boys and girls, ages 7-16, we promise an unforgettable summer of fun, awakening and discovery on a magic peninsula atop a crystal clear lake in the kindest, caring company. With a counselor staff ratio of 1:3, we are a family on the most beautiful lake imaginable holding to our traditional camp values but with a sharp eye to the future. With a lake so pure you can drink from it and mountains so old, you can scale their tall rock faces - the race is yours to run, weather it be to challenge yourself in this great wilderness from rock climbing, to white water kayaking and or to engage in your favorite water and land sports from sailing, swimming and waterskiing to tennis, volleyball and basketball or to exercise your creativity as a dancer, dramatist, painter, potter or video journalist. Our kids come from around the world - from New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Massachusetts and Connecticut to California, Texas, Florida and the Carolinas, from Italy, France, Canada, Venezuela, and Mexico to Holland, Chile, Australia and Japan.

ADIRONDACK CAMP
ADIRONDACK CAMP
ADIRONDACK CAMP
ADIRONDACK CAMP
ADIRONDACK CAMP

Contact us

Adirondack Camp

Linda Goodwin

(518) 547-8261

(518) 547-8973

Fax:

Email

Our camp address

ADIRONDACK CAMP

PO Box 97

Putnam Station

NY

12861

Founded:

Type:

Overnight

Age Range:

Campers:

Coed

Lodging:

Rustic Open Air Cabins

Capacity:

185

Accreditation

What we offer...

Activities

Acting, Adventure Programs, Backpacking, Basketball, Camping Skills, Ceramics/Pottery, Challenge/Rope Courses, Circus Arts, Dance, Field Hockey, Fishing, Golf, Lacrosse, Mountaineering, Nature Study, Outdoor Skills, Rafting, Roller Blading, Rowing, Soccer, Softball, Swim Recreation, Team Building, Theater, Volleyball, Wilderness Camping, Windsurfing,

Cost & Sessions

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Camp Q&A

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