Cabins at Adirondack are divided by gender “lines” and by age group. The girls’ cabin line is on one side of the peninsula, and the boys’ line is on the other side, with a large, open field in between.
Open-Air Cabins & Bunk Beds
You read that right — open-air cabins! You won’t believe how great they are! You’ll love how the breeze flows through your cabin on hot days, how you can hear the lake lapping the shore when you go to sleep, and warblers as you rise. At night, the moon shines right onto your bed; and if it rains, canvas flaps and bug nets protect you from the elements.
Double bunks stretch across both sides of the cabin and there’s plenty of open space for hanging out. Each cabin line has its own bathhouse complete with modern facilities and privacy.
You’ll have 3 or 4 college-aged counselors living with you, always ready to answer questions, lead the charge, talk about the day, or pitch in with cabin clean-up.
The cabin is your home base at Camp. It’s where you hang out with friends, make top secret plans (yes, cabin raids do happen, rivalries are fun, and everyone cleans up their mess when it’s over), or enjoy down time between activities.
Adirondack Camp is a community of some of the most wonderful, caring, funny people of all ages I’ve ever met. I just can’t imagine life without Camp now. At ADK I feel as if I can be myself, without anyone judging me, and I can take part in so many new and old activities that I love.