Campers enjoy a unique living experience in our clean, rustic cabins. Each day is a lesson in responsibility and personal growth. Counselors guide the campers in cabin clean-up, observance of the daily schedule, and decision-making in daily activities. Evenings are spent with the cabin or village in a variety of exciting games, campfires, or all-camp events. Each day ends with campers back in the cabins with a Counselor-led devotion.
Camp Cory offers a shorter camp experience for younger campers ages 7-10. They'll participate in a program that gives them the opportunity to experience many of the great camp activities we offer. This program is a great way for first time campers to have an introduction to camp.
Maijgren Village campers will spend the majority of their time on boats on the water. Days will be split between land classes, water drills, and competitive races, as well as time to partake in recreational sail. Campers will have the choice to participate in Free Hour activities with the rest of camp or continue sailing. They’ll also take part in Cabin activities, Village activities, and Evening Programs.
Camp Cory’s Day Camp program runs weekly from Monday through Friday. Activities are scheduled from 9:00 AM - 4:15 PM with extended care offered at no additional cost in the morning, starting at 7 AM and in the evening until 6 PM. Day Campers are divided based on age into four core groups and supervised by 2 counselors per group. Day Camp is offered to campers ages 5-13. Pick-up and drop-off occurs at the Pavilion (near the tennis courts).
Calling all Earth Campers! Join us for an introduction to Earth Camp to get to know the Nature Center and get excited for your week of camp. You don’t need to be signed up for earth camp to join in the fun. All families are welcome.
YMCA Camp Gorham specializes in premier family camping programs! Families look forward every year to unplugging from the real world and spending quality time together enjoying the great outdoors. Activities are available for every age to enjoy, including hiking, swimming, kayaking, canoeing, arts & crafts, climbing, archery, athletics, waterskiing, horseback riding, campfire programs, and our jumping pillow.
Whether you’re kicking off the end of the school year or finishing out your summer, Camp Cory’s Family Camps are the best way to spend a long weekend with your family on beautiful Keuka Lake. Each weekend offers three days of fun, fellowship, and relaxation that the whole family can enjoy.
Camp Arrowhead offers 55 acres of fields, creeks, and wooded areas for your home-schooler to explore. Each Wednesday, students will learn through hands-on activities that focus on Outdoor Living Skills, STEM projects, Arts and Cultural, & more.
Come join us for a fun night of family activities! We’ll have gaga, archery, and all sorts of carnival games. Come join the fun and bring a friend that’s never been to camp before! Admission is free, but registration is necessary!
Looking for somewhere to eat your lunch? Come have a picnic by the pond. Enjoy your lunch and after you finish we would be happy to introduce you and your family to the turtles, salamanders, and frogs that call our ponds home.
Campers, families, staff, alumni, and friends! We’d love to see you Saturday April 29th for a Spring Cleaning event at Camp! Come down and help us begin to get camp ready for summer, see the new projects happening, and maybe stop at Seneca Farms for some ice cream on your way home!
Stay curious with a hefty helping of hands-on, minds-on science and fun with camps at the RMSC this summer! Summer Camps at the RMSC offer exciting opportunities in a wide variety of STEM topics for young minds ages 2-15.
A chance for young ones to explore the common and “weird” connections that exist in nature including zombie snails, glow in the dark fungus, the relationship between acid rain and ovenbird eggshells, and much more. Prepare to see nature in a new light
Wild Side Walkers: Foster an appreciation for the world around you as participants connect with nature. Over the course of the program youth will learn about: animal tracking skills, indigenous wildlife habitats, predators and preys in the area, and how to co-exist with wildlife and nature in a sustainable way.