Situated on Lake Balfour in the Adirondacks, the brother-sister institutions provide traditional camp activities like canoeing and archery, as well as newer offerings like a high ropes course and a climbing tower. Musical theater, arts and crafts, and trips to play mini-golf, bowl and visit nearby amusement parks are in the mix as well. The two camps join up for activities throughout the season, including a Fourth of July celebration and an end-of-summer dance. Camp runs June 25–Aug 14; seven-week session $8,430–$9,150. Ages 6 to 16.
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2723 State Rte 28N