Camp Schodack

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Forty acres of flat, grassy playing fields together with 60 acres of private forest make up the grounds of this camp, located in the foothills of the picturesque Berkshire Mountains. The warm, family-like atmosphere is multigenerational: Ninety percent of bunk counselors are former campers. Camp runs June 26–Aug 15; seven-week session $9,575, three-and-a-half-week session $6,075 (June 26–July 20 or July 21–Aug 15). Ages 7 to 14.


Venue name: Camp Schodack
Address: 40 Krouner Rd

Price: $5,875-$9,250
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Bill T
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They let kids swim in a lake that has been polluted. The lake has toxins in it. They call it "lake schodack" although it's truly nassau lake. Parents - do your homework on this lake before sending your kids there or ask them to stop putting kids in the lake.

Jodie W

This camp is a dump. My kids absolutely hated it there. Do some research on the lake before sending your kids here. This place is so not child friendly and even more-so not eco-friendly. We meet someone local who says they treat the lake terribly. They apparently claim it's "their" lake and falsely renamed it for marketing.