Event Category: Sports and Recreation


This free, one-day event is an opportunity to help Beaver Camp prepare for another summer of ministry with work projects for all ages beginning at 9AM. In the afternoon, have some fun on the Challenge Course, beach, and more. They will finish with a celebratory dinner at 5pm. It’s a great day for families, community organizations, and youth groups!

Contact Beaver Camp for special lodging rates.

See more information on their website beavercamp.org.


Join Great Lot Sportsman’s Club at 10am for their guided snowshoeing! Warm up at one of their new firepits when you rest at the end of the trail.


4277 Osceola Road West Leyden, NY 13489


Join Great Lot Sportsman’s Club at 10am for their guided snowshoeing! Warm up at one of their new firepits when you rest at the end of the trail.


4277 Osceola Road West Leyden, NY 13489


Join Great Lot Sportsman’s Club at 10am for their guided snowshoeing! Warm up at one of their new firepits when you rest at the end of the trail.


4277 Osceola Road West Leyden, NY 13489


Join Great Lot Sportsman’s Club at 10am for their guided snowshoeing! Warm up at one of their new firepits when you rest at the end of the trail.


4277 Osceola Road West Leyden, NY 13489


Join Great Lot Sportsman’s Club at 10am for their guided snowshoeing! Warm up at one of their new firepits when you rest at the end of the trail.


4277 Osceola Road West Leyden, NY 13489


High Peaks Adirondack Backpacking Camp

Military Teen Adventure Camps

Hosted by H-4 (Cornell Cooperative Extension of Jefferson County)

High Peaks Adirondack Backpacking Camp! July 6-9: Four days and three nights! Teens will get to navigate through the Adirondacks on foot with backpacks, exploring what is over the stream, in the cave, under the brush and through the woods. Teens will pitch tents each night and eat all meals around a campfire! Through this adventure, teens will get to summit 2 of the Adirondack 46ers High Peak Challenge!

This camp takes place at 4-H Camp Overlook in Owls Head, New York.

Families must register online, pay the refundable deposit and provide the eligibility information to reserve their camper’s spot.

To register for any of these camps, go to https://www.bunk1.com/en/i/307/login. Use your existing account, or create an account using the invitation code 4HWABASSO.

The following Military Teen Adventure Camps are the result of a partnership funded by the Department of Defense between the Office of Military Community and Family Policy and the USDA’s National Institute of Food and Agriculture through a grant/cooperative agreement with Purdue University.

The three Military Teen Adventure Camps are open to all military teens ages 14-18. Each camp is free and requires a $50 refundable deposit.

To prove eligibility for these camps, families must provide a copy of the front of the parent’s military ID, or a letter on official letterhead from their First Sergeant, Platoon Leader, or Company Commander stating that they are in the military.

Families must register online, pay the refundable deposit and provide the eligibility information to reserve their camper’s spot.

Travel expenses, including mileage to and from camp, will be reimbursed up to $250 per camper. Meals during travel will also be reimbursed based on the GSA rates for Watertown, NY. Receipts will be required for reimbursement.

Due to COVID-19 guidelines, these camps are only open to youth from the following states: New York, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Connecticut, Massachusetts and Vermont. In addition, someone authorized to pick up campers must be available at all times during their camp session(s) in the event campers exhibit COVID-19 symptoms. 

Register or find out more: http://ccejefferson.org/4-h-camp-wabasso/military-teen-adventure-camps


Hosted by H-4 (Cornell Cooperative Extension of Jefferson County)

Environmental Expeditions Teen Adventure Camp! July 18-23: Six days and five nights! Teens will learn survival skills like orienteering, shelter building, fire building, and foraging for wild edible plants! At the end of the week teens will test their skills while competing in a 4-H survivalist challenge! In addition to the adventure programming, teens will also get to participate in traditional camp programming like swimming and kayaking. Campers will also get to enjoy two 4-H Camp Wabasso campfires and one overnight tent camping trip!

*This camp takes place at 4-H Camp Wabasso in Redwood, New York.

Families must register online, pay the refundable deposit and provide the eligibility information to reserve their camper’s spot.

To register for any of these camps, go to https://www.bunk1.com/en/i/307/login. Use your existing account, or create an account using the invitation code 4HWABASSO.

http://ccejefferson.org/4-h-camp-wabasso/military-teen-adventure-camps

The following Military Teen Adventure Camps are the result of a partnership funded by the Department of Defense between the Office of Military Community and Family Policy and the USDA’s National Institute of Food and Agriculture through a grant/cooperative agreement with Purdue University.

The three Military Teen Adventure Camps are open to all military teens ages 14-18. Each camp is free and requires a $50 refundable deposit.

To prove eligibility for these camps, families must provide a copy of the front of the parent’s military ID, or a letter on official letterhead from their First Sergeant, Platoon Leader, or Company Commander stating that they are in the military.

Families must register online, pay the refundable deposit and provide the eligibility information to reserve their camper’s spot.

Travel expenses, including mileage to and from camp, will be reimbursed up to $250 per camper. Meals during travel will also be reimbursed based on the GSA rates for Watertown, NY. Receipts will be required for reimbursement.

Due to COVID-19 guidelines, these camps are only open to youth from the following states: New York, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Connecticut, Massachusetts and Vermont. In addition, someone authorized to pick up campers must be available at all times during their camp session(s) in the event campers exhibit COVID-19 symptoms. 


Military Teen Adventure Camps

Adirondack Camp on Long Pond

Families must register online, pay the refundable deposit and provide the eligibility information to reserve their camper’s spot.

Hosted by H-4 (Cornell Cooperative Extension of Jefferson County)

Adirondack Camp on Long Pond! May 28-31: Four days and three nights! Teens will get to traverse 1200 acres in the Adirondacks on foot, pedaling a mountain bike, or perhaps using a kayak or a canoe! Teens will also get to try out the 40-foot-tall TEAM Challenge Ropes Course which allows you to climb trees and zip line over waterways! Stay in a cabin, or camp at a remote campsite only accessible by canoe or kayak!

* This camp takes place at the Oswegatchie Educational Center in Croghan, New York.

The following Military Teen Adventure Camps are the result of a partnership funded by the Department of Defense between the Office of Military Community and Family Policy and the USDA’s National Institute of Food and Agriculture through a grant/cooperative agreement with Purdue University.

The three Military Teen Adventure Camps are open to all military teens ages 14-18. Each camp is free and requires a $50 refundable deposit.

To prove eligibility for these camps, families must provide a copy of the front of the parent’s military ID, or a letter on official letterhead from their First Sergeant, Platoon Leader, or Company Commander stating that they are in the military.

Travel expenses, including mileage to and from camp, will be reimbursed up to $250 per camper. Meals during travel will also be reimbursed based on the GSA rates for Watertown, NY. Receipts will be required for reimbursement.

Due to COVID-19 guidelines, these camps are only open to youth from the following states: New York, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Connecticut, Massachusetts and Vermont. In addition, someone authorized to pick up campers must be available at all times during their camp session(s) in the event campers exhibit COVID-19 symptoms. 

http://ccejefferson.org/4-h-camp-wabasso/military-teen-adventure-camps

To register for any of these camps, go to https://www.bunk1.com/en/i/307/login. Use your existing account, or create an account using the invitation code 4HWABASSO.


Outdoor Adventures Military Camp

Outdoor Adventures Camp! August 8-13

Hosted by the 4-H Program (Cornell Cooperative Extension of Jefferson County)

Six days and five nights! Youth will hike, learn how to use biofuel stoves, how to set up a tent and start a fire, how to use and read topographical maps, orienteering skills and how to identify local wild edible plants. In addition to the outdoor adventures programming, youth will also participate in the Get Experience in Mindfulness 4-H program, as well as typical camp programming such as swimming, archery, ropes, canoeing and paddle boarding.

This camp is open to army youth ages 12-16 who have parents who are wounded warriors or were killed in action.

To prove eligibility, families must provide:

1. Proof of a service connected disability
OR
2. Form DD 1300
OR
3. Proof that you are a Gold Star family

This camp is free, other than a $25 non-refundable deposit.

Families must register online, pay the non-refundable deposit and provide the eligibility information to reserve their camper’s spot.

Travel expenses, including mileage to and from camp, will be reimbursed up to $250 per camper. Meals during travel will also be reimbursed based on the GSA rates for Watertown, NY. Receipts will be required for reimbursement.

Due to COVID-19 guidelines, these camps are only open to youth from the following states: New York, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Connecticut, Massachusetts and Vermont. In addition, someone authorized to pick up campers must be available at all times during their camp session(s) in the event campers exhibit COVID-19 symptoms. 

This military camp opportunity is funded through Kansas State University and the 4-H Military Partnerships Project. The goal of the Army Child and Youth Program is to deliver Youth Camps for youth of Soldiers severely wounded, ill, and injured during a deployment. The camps will provide the youth an opportunity for respite care and, though therapeutic interventions by certified therapists, teach the youth how to cope with their changed world due to injury or illness of a family member as a result of their service in our country’s military.

Find out more and register at: http://ccejefferson.org/4-h-camp-wabasso/outdoor-adventures-military-camp

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