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Pok-O-MacCready Camps

Pok-O-MacCready Camps

1391 Reber Road
Willsboro, NY 12996
(518) 963-7656

Since 1905, Pok-O-MacCready Camps has served as a second home for thousands of campers, who experience a lifetime of friendships and personal growth. Located on over 400 acres and a beautiful Adirondack lake, Camp Pok-O-Moonshine and MacCready offer a comprehensive summer experience for boys and girls (ages 6 to 16). Rich in tradition and history, our family owned and operated camp, since its inception, has helped to shape camper's leadership, teamwork, and personal skills.

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Camp Common Ground

Camp Common Ground

Starksboro, VT

Founded in 1994, Camp Common Ground is an inter-generational family camp designed to provide families with a healthy and happy bonding experience while weaving in elements of nature education, arts, music, wellness, sports, and fun! Camp Common Ground prides itself on welcoming all definitions of "family" and cultivating a sense…(more)

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Night Eagle Wilderness Adventures

Night Eagle Wilderness Adventures

Wallingford, VT

A unique summer camp for boys ages 10-14 in the heart of the Green Mountains. At Night Eagle, we live in tipis and do things that boys did hundreds of years ago - learn survival skills (fire making with flint & steel or bow drills, plant identification, tracking, camouflage), create…(more)

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