Adirondack Camp would like to invite you to celebrate our 110th summer! Please join us for a weekend of fun and relive the memories of our Camp years. Family and friends are welcome. We will be running some of your favorite Camp events and activities.
The reunion will start on Friday August 15th @ Dinner till Sunday August 17th @ Brunch.
Registration is now open and you can apply online by clicking the link below.
The registration form will ask you to pay by credit card, if you would like to pay by check please complete the registration form and mail a check to:
PO Box 97
Putnam Station NY, 12861
Please check our website www.adirondackcamp.com within the coming weeks for more information.
If you have any questions please contact us at
Come and join your Adirondack Camp friends and family for our annual winter reunion!
We’d love to meet you! Come meet our Owners, Assistant Camp Director Merritt Duffy, Director of Admissions Rikki Galusha, Staffing Coordinator Chris Daugherty, Program Director Joe Steiner and some of our summer staff. Hope to see you there!
NYU (University Hall Commons) located at 110 East 14th St. New York, NY 10003
Saturday, March 22, 2014
Meet & Greet 11:00am until 12:00pm
Winter Reunion 12:00pm until 3:00pm
We have many campers from France. Did you know?
- Paris is nicknamed “ City of Lights,” lights actually refers to the number of intellectuals who live there
- France is about the same size as Texas with twice the population of California
- France is referred to as L’Hexagone, which means the hexagon, due to the geometrical shape of the country
- The Eiffel Tower was originally intended to be dismantles and sold as scrap after its construction
- The most visited attraction in Paris is Disneyland Paris (13 million people)
- Wearing a white wedding dress is a French tradition which began in 1499
- The population for France is 60,742,000
1. Make new friends and develop life long friendships.
2. Disconnect yourself from the technological world.
3. Learn how to become a leader.
4. Build confidence and self-esteem.
5. Explore new activities.
6. Gain independence.
7. Develop social skills.
8. The opportunity to teach skills you have learned.
9. Become a part of an international community.
10. Become one with nature.
Tim, Steve, and Don have been hard at work building a new maintenance facility for camp. Tim and has crew cleaned and tore down the old barn. A new maintenance facility has gone up in its place. Take a look at some of the pictures below.