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4-H Camp Bristol Hills  | 4-H Camp Overlook  | 4-H Camp Owahta | 4-H Camp Shankitunk  | 4-H Camp Wabasso  | 4-H Camp Wyomoco  | Dorothy P. Flint Nassau County 4-H Camp  | Hidden Valley 4-H Camp Peconic Dunes 4-H Camp  |

DAY CAMPS

4-H Camp Beechwood | North Wind Farm Day Camp | Suffolk County Farm & Education Center |
4-H Education Center at Finch Hollow | 4-H Camp Akalaka |

NYS 4-H Camp Specialist: 
Shawn Tiede
Phone: 585-343-3040 x127

New York State 4-H camps are members of the American Camp Association (ACA). Membership in ACA provides us with many outstanding resources for our staff and campers. For more information on ACA please visit www.acacamps.org.


4-H Camp Bristol Hills
4437 Kear Road, Canandaigua, NY 14424

Contact:
Jim Hooper, Camp Manager
Cornell Cooperative Extension Ontario County
480 North Main Street
Canandaiugua, NY 14424
Tel: 585-394-3977 Fax: 585-394-0377
Email: ontario@cornell.edu

Located 11 miles south of Canandaigua on 126 acres of woods and open fields, 4-H Camp Bristol Hills has a pool, 3 ponds, ropes course, basketball courts and archery range. Activities include swimming, environmental education, outdoor living, crafts, sports, fishing, backpacking trips, and counselor-in-training program. Day campers are accepted, and off-season rentals and programs are available. ACA Accredited.


Dorothy P. Flint Nassau County 4-H Camp
3186 Sound Avenue, Riverhead, NY 11901

Contact:
Lisa Goldberg, Camp Specialist
CCE of Nassau County
5 Old JerichoTpke., Jericho, NY 11753
Tel/Fax: 516-433-7970
Email: nassau@cornell.edu

Started in 1924 and located on 140 acres high above the Long Island Sound, the DP Flint 4-H Camp offers 8 one-week sessions with stayover weekends available. The camp features a working farm, comprehensive equine program, beach waterfront and a ropes course with high and low elements. Activities include environmental sciences, archery, sports, kayaking, fishing, woodworking, rocketry and counselor-in-training. ACA Accredited.


Hidden Valley 4-H Camp
Hidden Valley Camp Road, Watkins Glen, NY  14891

Contact:
Melissa Schroeder, Youth & Family Leader
CCE Schuyler County
323 Owego St., Unit 5, Montour Falls, NY 14865
Phone: 607-535-7161 • Fax: 607-535-6813
Hiddenvalley4hcamp@cornell.edu

A co-ed day and overnight camp for all 5-16 year old youth situation in magnificent Watkins Glen State Park since 1945, our goal is to help campers gain independence, learn new skills, and create lasting friendships. Campers get excited about learning because we promote positive youth development and connect youth to Cornell University. 


4-H Camp Overlook
70 Beach Road, Mountain View, NY 12969

Contact:
Casey Sukeforth, Business Office
4-H Camp Overlook
355 West Main Street, Suite 150, Malone NY, 12953
Phone: 518-483-4769 • Fax: 518-483-6214
Email: campoverlook@cornell.edu

Located south of Malone in the Adirondacks, 4-H Camp Overlook is operated by the CCE of Franklin and St. Lawrence counties. Camp Overlook has high and low ropes courses and comprises 30 acres on Indian Lake. Programs include counselor-in-training, outdoor education, archery, sailing, canoeing, boating, swimming and aquatics. The camp is open to all children 6 to 19 years old, both 4-H members and non-members alike.


4-H Camp Owahta
4826 Knecht Rd., McGraw, NY 13101

Contact:
David Rutherford, Executive Director, CCE of Cortland County
Cortland County Office Building
60 Central Avenue, Room 105
Cortland NY, 13045-5590
Fax: 607-753-5077
Email: cortland@cornell.edu
 

4-H Camp Owahta is located 10 miles east of Cortland and operates six, week long sessions. Each session emphasizes a special weekly theme that culminates in a special theme day. Camp Owahta has nature trails, outpost lean-to sites, deck hockey court, basketball courts, swimming pond and low elements ropes course. Several 2 and 3-day trips are offered that include canoeing, biking and backpacking. Day Camp is also available.


Peconic Dunes 4-H Camp
6375 Soundview Avenue, Southold, NY 11971

Contact:
Vicki Fleming, 4-H Program Leader
CCE of Suffolk County
423 Griffing Avenue, Suite 100, Riverhead NY 11901
Tel: 631-852-8629 • Fax: 631-852-8627
Email: info@peconicdunes.com
 

Located on the North Fork of Long Island, between the shores of the Long Island Sound and Great Pond, Peconic Dunes offers one-week overnight and day camp sessions and Super Saturday programs to extend the camp stay. Activities include sailing, canoeing, kayaking, stand-up paddle boarding, snorkeling, fishing, archery, outdoor cooking, team sports, natural sciences, crafts, video, music, theatre and more. 2008-2016 Dan’s Papers Readers’ Choice Award, Best Children’s Camp. ACA accredited.Located on the North Fork of Long Island, between the shores of the Long Island Sound and Great Pond, Peconic Dunes offers one-week overnight and day camp sessions and Super Saturday programs to extend the camp stay. Activities include sailing, canoeing, kayaking, stand-up paddle boarding, snorkeling, fishing, archery, outdoor cooking, team sports, natural sciences, crafts, video, music, theatre and more. 2008-2016 Dan’s Papers Readers’ Choice Award, Best Children’s Camp. ACA accredited.


4-H Camp Shankitunk
2420 Arbor Hill Rd., Delhi NY, 13753

Contact:
Corrine Tompkins, Camp Director
John Hannum, 4-H Youth Development Team Leader
Cornell Cooperative Extension Delaware County
34570 State Highway 10, Suite 2, Hamden, NY 13782-0184
Phone: 607-865-6531 • Fax: 607-865-6532
Email: delaware@cornell.edu

Owned by Delaware County and Operated by Cornell Cooperative Extension of Delaware County. In operation since 1927, 4-H Camp Shankitunk is located 2 miles south of Delhi in the Catskills. The camp sits on 140 acres, including the John A. Lennox Memorial Forest, and borders the West Branch of the Delaware River. There are five one-week sessions of both day and overnight camp. Activities include swimming, photography, science, rocketry, fishing, backpacking, woodworking, outdoor cookery, crafts, low ropes, counselor-in-training, and more. Facilities are available for off-season rental. Join us for a safe, fun, and educational camping experience.


4-H Camp Wabasso
203 N. Hamilton Street, Redwood, NY  13679

Contact:
Stephanie Graf, Youth & Family Program Leader
Cornell Cooperative Extension of Jefferson County
203 N. Hamilton Street, Watertown, NY 13601
Tel: 315-788-8450 • Fax: 315-788-8461
Email: jefferson@cornell.edu
 

4-H Camp Wabasso is located in the Indian Lakes region of Jefferson County and features 177 wooded acres, a nature pond, and a half mile of sandy beach on Millsite Lake.  There are six weeks of camp each summer.  A variety of camping options are available for youth ages 6-16.  The waterfront includes paddle boards, kayaking, canoeing, swimming and fishing.  The camp also features a high and low ropes course, archery range, extensive hiking trails, leadership opportunities and much more! Youth stay in cabins, eat healthy food following a Registered Dietician’s menu and spend their time making new friends, learning new skills and having fun. Redwood, Jefferson County


4-H Camp Wyomoco
2780 Buffalo Road, Varysburg, NY 14167

Contact:
Marie Wixner, Camp Director
CCE of Wyoming County
36 Center Street, Suite B, Warsaw NY 14167
Phone: 585-786-2251 • Fax: 585-786-5148
Email: wyomoco4hcamp@cornell.edu
 

Owned and operated by Cornell Cooperative Extension of Wyoming County, 4-H Camp Wyomoco is located 20 miles south of Batavia. Camp Wyomoco has 280 acres of woods and meadows and a 3 acre pond. The camp operates for 6 weeks and is available for off-season rentals. Program features include horseback riding, counselor-in-training, canoeing and kayaking, swimming, crafts, performing arts, outdoor skills, fishing, nature, ecology, sports and archery. Our exciting evening programs include campfires, hikes to the gorge, competitions, dances, all camp games and lots more. Come to Camp Wyomoco to meet new friends and have the best summer ever.

 

DAY CAMPS

4-H Camp Beechwood
Lake Road, Sodus, NY  14551

 Contact:

Amy Pyra, 4-H Community Educator
Cornell Cooperative Extension of Wayne County
1581 Route 88 North, Newark, NY 14513

TEL: 315-331-8415 FAX: 315-331-8411
wayne@cornell.edu


CCE Niagara 4-H Summer Day Camp
4487 Lake Avenue, Lockport, New York 14094

 Contact:

Kathy Bowers, 4-H Community Educator
TEL: (716) 433-8839 ext. 239
krc8@cornell.edu


 North Wind Farm Day Camp
2043B State Highway 68, Canton, NY 13617

 Contact:

Justin Hicks, Farm Day Camp Director
Cornell Cooperative Extension of St. Lawrence County
2043B State Highway 68, Canton, NY 13617

TEL: 315-379-9192 FAX: 315-379-0926
stlawrence@cornell.edu 


Suffolk County Farm & Education Center
350 Yaphank Ave, Yaphank, NY 11980

 Contact:
Katie Schnepp, 4-H Education Program Manager
Cornell Cooperative Extension of Suffolk
423 Griffing Avenue, Suite 100, Riverhead, New York 11901-3071

TEL: 631-727-7850 FAX: 631-727-7130
suffolk@cornell.edu 


4-H Education Center at Finch Hollow
1394 Oakdale Rd, Johnson City, NY 13790

 Contact:
Victoria Londner, 4-H Education Center Coordinator
Cornell Cooperative Extension of Broome County
840 Upper Front St, Binghamton, NY 13905

TEL: (607) 772-8953 FAX: (607) 723-5951
broome@cornell.edu 


4-H Camp Akalaka
64 State Street, Malone, NY 12953

 Contact:
Abby Langdon-Bigness, After School Program Coordinator, 4-H Educator
Cornell Cooperative Extension of Franklin County
Franklin County Courthouse
355 West Main Street, Suite 150, Malone, New York 12953-1826

TEL: (518) 483-7403 FAX: (518) 483-6214
franklin@cornell.edu


4-H Camp Wabasso
203 N. Hamilton Street, Redwood, NY  13679

Contact:
Stephanie Graf, Youth & Family Program Leader
Cornell Cooperative Extension of Jefferson County
203 N. Hamilton Street, Watertown, NY 13601
Tel: 315-788-8450 • Fax: 315-788-8461
Email: jefferson@cornell.edu

4-H Camp Wabasso offers a traditional day camp option for youth who are 8 to 16 years of age.  Each week holds something new for campers to discover.  Day campers sign up for the full array of program options, eat a healthy lunch and have the chance to discover the best outdoor environmental experience of their summer.  Programming includes an archery range, high and low ropes, leadership opportunities, paddle boarding, kayaking, canoeing, swimming, wilderness survival, rocketry, arts and crafts, composting/gardening/recycling, hiking and much more.  Youth will make new friends, learn new skills and have fun.  Redwood, Jefferson County