Let ‘s Make Memories That Last A Lifetime

Camp Sacandaga keeps it simple and traditional with activities such as swimming, archery, hiking and exploring. We are proud of how independent our campers become and the friendships they make. Campers will be staying in cabins where they will be sharing their space and interacting with each other. Camp Sacandaga prides itself in being a no tech zone, meaning children will not have their cellular devices which allows them to disconnect from technology and connect with themselves.

Our small affordable camp will allow your child between the ages of 8-16 to have a reconnecting experience in the Adirondack Mountains.

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Camper at the talent show



Happy Camper with Archery Award

Our Camp is a place where you can have fun and engage in traditional camp activities . You will  make new friends and experience exciting activities.

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Smiling Mom and Child

Camp Sacandaga is an affordable camp that will allow your child ages 8 to 16 to have a reconnecting experience in a traditional camp setting free from technology.

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Campers and Staff at flag lowering Ceremony

Summer Camp is a great experience to be able to make some money over the summer and to be able to work directly with children. It is a fun and educational experience, especially for college students who are looking into teaching or early child development.

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Group Photo of the Alumni Gathering

We have a great connection with the Alumni from the old 4-H Camp. To learn more about the history of camp and connect with alumni, please click here.

If you are interested in attending the Family and Alumni Weekend, Click here.

Simple and Traditional Activities

Happy Campers singing at Talent Show

“We strive to provide a traditional camp experience emphasized by zero technology use, games and sports, talent shows, and storytelling, in order to foster interpersonal skills and create a sense of independence and self-sufficiency. I want every child that comes to my camp to have fun and feel like a part of our camp family”

Jim Tavares

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117 Page Street, Lake Pleasant, NY 12108