An overnight camp for girls and boys, aged 7-17, Adirondack is designed to welcome 190 campers each summer. As the campers’ favorite saying goes, “we are plentiful enough to have choices, few enough to know each other by first name.” Located by the famous Lake George, the camp took its name from the mountains it is surrounded by and has a history that spans more than 100 years. The philosophy and mission has remained unchanged ever since: to help boys and girls be “less busy, less formally structured, less overtly competitive, more committed to meaningful moments and attentive to the wonder that surrounds them.” Campers live in rustic, open-air cabins, each having a bathhouse (well-equipped and private). Sleeping under the sky is part of the camp life at Adirondack, but when it rains, canvas covering and bug nets are utilized to provide the necessary protection. Chef Carlo takes care of the healthy and yummy food to keep campers happy and energized, and the registered nurse in the infirmary is readily available for any medical emergency, check-up or assistance with medication.
Programs & Activities
Under the watchful eyes of the staff members, campers can participate in a wide array of activities: water sports, land sports, arts and wilderness adventure. Kids and teens have an opportunity for choices – so that they can challenge themselves and advance in their beloved activities. Special evening program is also offered, filled with ceremonies, performances, movie watching and dances. To ensure the safety of all campers, Adirondack coaches and counselors are certified with Wilderness First Aid, American Red Cross first aid and CPR. The camp operation also complies with strict guidelines of the New York State Department of Health.
|Jun 24, 2018||Aug 16, 2018||$11,500|
|Jun 24, 2018||Jul 21, 2018||$7,475|
|Jul 22, 2018||Aug 16, 2018||$7,475|