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!
An ideal way to get to know Adirondack is to take a tour while camp is in session. Visit cabins, meet campers, see activities in action, and talk with our 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.
Prospective campers ages 7-9 are invited to spend the night at camp! Children stay in a cabin with campers their own age and experience life at camp. Availability is limited; to find out more, call Rikki Galusha in the camp office: (518) 547-8261.
What They Say About ADK
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. Veronica M, Camper
Memorial Day Family Work Weekend
Enjoy a weekend on Lake George while getting to know Adirondack. Camp provides delicious meals and cabin lodging in exchange for your help raking leaves, planting flowers, and cleaning windows.
Winter Meet & Greet
The annual Camp Reunion is held in Manhattan in early March. New families are invited to come early to meet Matthew Basinet, Camp Director, owners Alex and Linda, and other key staff. Families who are considering Adirondack are welcome also. Once campers, staff, and alumni begin pouring in the door, you can’t help but feel the energy and spirit of Adirondack!