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Please complete the Camp Adventure registration form. 

NOTE: applicants also need to fill out a Membership Application.

July 1 - August 23, 2024 (M-F) 8:00 am - 5:00 pm

Open to ages 5-15. Cost: $199.00 per child, per week. Sibling discount -$25 a week for the second child.

DSS is accepted. Financial aid in the form of camperships is available on a first come, first served and limited basis. 

Camperships for Weeks 1-4 MUST be paid for by Friday,  June 28th.  Camperships for Weeks 5-8 MUST be paid for by Wednesday, July 31st. 

For questions please call (518) 465-3403.


Drop your child off as early as 8:30 a.m. and we will provide a light, nutritious breakfast for campers for no additional charge. Camp Adventure is partially funded by the NYS Office of Children and Family Services and the Department for Youth.


184 Second Dyke Road (MAP)
Take Interstate 90 to Exit 8 (Defreestville) 
Or take Route 4 to Rt 43


  • From the end of the exit at the intersection of Rt. 43 and Rt. 4. Go East on 43 approximately 200 yards to the traffic light. Take a right on Best road. Stay on Best Road to Rt. 150 (5.8 miles).

  • There will be a traffic light at Rt.150 and a small block building on the NE corner. At this point, Best Road changes into Millers Corners Road. Go straight through intersection with Rt. 150 for 2.3 miles.

  • There you will come to a four way intersection with Burden Lake Road.

  • Take the left onto Burden Lake Road and continue for 1.1 miles.

  • You will see a sign for Kay’s Pizza and Second Dike Road. Take a right on Second Dike Road, and continue past Kay’s and across the dike (between the two lakes). Continue up the hill. You will pass three new homes on the right. After the third home you will see the white sign with blue lettering for Camp Adventure.

  • Take the right into Camp on the dirt road.

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8:30 am  - Child drop-off at Club
9:30 am - Bus Leaves Club – Heading to Camp
10:00 am  - Bus Arrives at Camp
10:05 am - Welcome/Announcements
10:15 am  - Activity (Swim lesson, Sports or Nature)
11:15 am - Activity (Swim lesson, Sports or Nature)
12:00 -  Lunch at the Pavilion for all Campers
12:45 pm - Group Activity
1:45 pm - Camper Choice Activity
2:30 pm - All Camp – Free Swim

3:30 pm* Campers picked up at CAMP deadline  
3:45 pm - Bus Leaves Camp for Club

4:-4:30 pm - Child pick-up from Club

Camp Adventure is permitted by the Rensselaer County Dept. of Health and regulated under the New York State Sanitary Code, part 7-2. The program and facilities are inspected at least twice yearly, once while in operation, by Rensselaer County Department of Health to ensure that the physical facilities are safe and that supervision is adequate. 

We pride ourselves on maintaining a highly qualified camper to counselor ratio of 10:1 with our full-time professionals employed by Boys & Girls Clubs, supplemented with specialists certified in their specific fields of expertise. The organization's in house training program insures that all staff is current on all requirements of county and state regulations.

The entire staff is not only qualified and experienced, but deeply concerned with each camper's progress and well-being. Each camper is urged to sample all the scheduled camp programs and encouraged to pursue those that he/she wishes to master.

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Our dedicated and qualified staff will guide your child through his/her choice of educational and recreational activities in addition to some of the required group and individual sessions.


Hidden talents and imagination are brought out with the outdoors related arts and crafts classes; our trail blazing club will teach skills in identifying natural resources and hazards of the land along with locating specific landmarks from a map of the lands; experts in their fields are brought in to discuss the evils of drugs, alcohol and tobacco, in addition to teaching skills in avoiding conflicts among family members and peers. 

Team play is the rule when campers choose the sport to participate in.  Physical fitness activities include, and are not limited to, gym games, walking field trips, soccer, and street hockey. 

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