Getting to Know Us

There are lots of ways to get to know Adirondack Camp

You can learn a lot reading through our website, but meeting in person is even better. Read below and make plans to get to know us better!

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Take a Private Tour

Tour Camp while in session! Visit cabins, meet campers, see activities in action, and talk with staff. Tours last approximately an hour, and can be scheduled at your family’s convenience. To arrange your family’s private tour, call Rikki Galusha in the camp office: (518) 547-8261 or email her at .

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Schedule a Home Visit

When nearby, we are more than happy to come visit and tell you more about Adirondack Camp and answer your questions in person. Director, Matt Basinet, is located in Greenwich, CT. Assistant Director, Merritt Duffy, hails from Flemington, NJ. Owner, Shawn Carraher, lives near Boston, MA. We are also happy to forward family references from locations around the globe.

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Join us at our Winter Meet & Greet

The annual Camp Reunion is held in Manhattan at Bowlmor Lanes Times Square in early March. New families are invited to come to meet Matthew Basinet, Camp Director, owner Shawn Carraher, and other key staff. Families who are considering Adirondack are welcome also. Join us for some bowling and pizza and meet other families who are a part of the spirit of Adirondack!

We also have Meet and Greets at other locations throughout the year. Please contact us if you would like to know when and where these will occur or if you would like to help in hosting one.

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Come to Memorial Day Family Work Weekend

Enjoy a weekend on Lake George while getting to know Adirondack Camp. We provide delicious meals and cabin lodging, as well as nighttime campfires, in exchange for your help raking leaves, planting flowers, and sprucing up for the summer season.

Meet Matthew Basinet, Camp Director and other key staff. Our Family Work Weekend is the perfect opportunity for new campers to begin to feel at home.

I liked the people in my cabin. They’ve been my friends for years, and the people I just met are my best friends already.