First Time at Camp – Learn about a summer camp for boys and girls. Learn about transportation, homesickness, communicating with your camper, illness, medicine, care package policy, birthdays, activity schedule, and religious services. Learn about Adirondack Camp.
Activities Map – Explore all our activities and begin to experience the beauty of a New York summer camp on Lake George. Adirondack Camp has a complete roster of camp activities with four major emphases: Water Sports, Land Sports, ADK Arts, and Wilderness Adventure.
Week by Week – Adirondack is a full immersion, overnight camp for boys and girls. Our program grows each week, allowing development, skill-building, and comfort with a wide variety of activities. Each week builds upon the one before, allowing campers to learn the basics, decide which activities they prefer, try new ones, and gain experience in the techniques and specifics of their favorites.
Make Your Schedule – Building on the philosophy of full immersion, Adirondack allows boys and girls to select the activities they want; they can do the same activities all summer, or they can try new activities every week. The strength of our girls’ and boys’ camp program is amplified by letting the campers choose the activities they like the best.
Juniors, Ints, Seniors, & Rangers – Our summer residential camp is broken into age groups, which allows us to tailor our program to the maturity and skills of every age. Age groups are given appropriate privileges and responsibilities, and the emphasis is on the growth of the individual. At the same time, many activities include all ages groups to foster a tight knit camp community.
Cabin Life – Cabin life is the core of the Adirondack program. The rustic bunks are separated by gender, and counselors live along with the campers. Friendships are formed as campers live and operate together, spend time at activities with each other, and participate in their cabin’s special events.
Service – With community comes responsibility and duty. Every camper is encouraged to serve in some small way. Campers become big brothers or sisters to a younger camper, others set the tables, and still others help with chores around camp. Our coed summer camp is built on the community of our campers, counselors, and staff, all working together to create…Adirondack Camp.
How Camp Changes You – The goal of our program is to change lives. We want campers to go home invigorated, encouraged, confident, responsible, and excited. The activities they’ve learned, the friends they’ve made, and the service they’ve performed will grow them and develop them into the young adults they’re meant to be. We want our children’s camp to be more than fun…we want it to be life changing.
Adirondack is a boys camp, girls camp, and summer sports camp all rolled into one…yet so much more! It’s a traditional camp that takes the best these others have to offer, adds a little Adirondack magic, and gives you one of the best overnight summer camps in America.
Whether you’re a first-timer at summer camp, a veteran camper, or something in between, we think you’ll like our summer camp for kids. We think you’ll like Adirondack. In fact, we’re sure of it.