Overnight Camps for Kids in Rochester, NY
Overnight camps within driving distance of Rochester, NY
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Mountain High Adventure Camps
An outdoor adventure program designed for 7 to 16 year old boys and girls which includes camping, bicycling, mountain climbing (hiking), rock climbing, canoeing, and much more, under the direction of a fully trained, experienced and qualified program director and his staff. It is based out of 45 Britton Rd., Rochester, New York.
Camp Stella Maris
Located 30 minutes south of Rochester, Camp Stella Maris has been a home away from home for campers to try new and exciting things, challenge themselves, and make friends that will last a lifetime. Campers unplug for the week and experience the excitement of an entire summer in just six days! Our overnight campers sleep in one of our 21 cabins while Day Campers share the facilities during the day. Shaving cream wars, mudslides, and campfires are some CSM classics that campers are sure to love. Visit www.CampStellaMaris.org for more information or to register today!
Camp Good Days
Camp Good Days is in its 41st year of providing residential camping programs at our beautiful recreational facility, located on the shores of Keuka Lake in Branchport, New York, as well as year-round recreational and support activities, in Upstate New York for children and families affected by cancer and sickle cell anemia. Camp Good Days provides services for: children with cancer, children who have a parent or sibling diagnosed with cancer, children who have lost a parent or sibling to cancer, and men and women who have or have had cancer. In addition, Camp Good Days provides programs for children impacted by sickle cell anemia. All of the programs and services are provided free of charge to the participants. Visit www.campgooddays.org for more information.