At our New York teen summer camp, most campers stay in modern cedar log cabins with a supervising counselor of the same sex. Other campers stay in bunk houses also supervised by adult counselors. Our oldest boys stay in tent cabins with 3–4 boys per tent and several counselors in adjacent tents. Whenever possible, we accommodate roommate requests. While teens select their own activities daily and do not necessarily participate in events by cabin, bunk, or tent, they often develop lasting friendships with their roommates and counselors.

All cabins are located within a very short distance of showers and bathrooms. Cabins, showers, and bathrooms have lights, but there are no electrical outlets for things like hairdryers or iPods. As such, we request that you leave all items requiring electricity at home.