Upcoming Events - SUNY Cortland

Upcoming Events

Camp Marion,

Lean-tos, Reservations on-going

Two lean-tos or open camps are available to SUNY Cortland alumni, faculty/staff, guests, and students by reservation. The lean-tos are accessible by water/ice only and are approximately a two mile paddle/hike from Antlers. Canoes may be rented from Antlers for $12 per day with prior notice. There is no fee associated with the reservation and use of the Camp Marion lean-tos, however, they must be reserved to ensure the lean-to you are hoping to use is available.

          Reservation Form 

Kirby Camp Weekly Rental

       The 2016 calendar is full. Dates and registration forms for the 2017 season will be posted in November and 
        accepted in January.

Alumni Camp, Antlers


You will have the opportunity to enjoy a memorable summer experience in the heart of the Adirondack Mountains with your family. Activities might include canoeing, hiking, kayaking, relaxing, star gazing, games, campfires, and much more.

           Aug. 26-29
           Sept. 6-9 * Adults Only

          Reservation Form  Word  PDF

Botanical Shades

Sept. 13-16, 2016

Join us for an adult education workshop at our Antlers facility where you can create, play and relax.

          Reservation Form  Word  PDF

Hearts of Gold Reunion

Sept. 16-18, 2016

Open to SUNY Cortland alumni and current recreation, parks and leisure studies students. The weekend will include current students, a faculty member and alumni. You will have the opportunity to enjoy a extraordinary experience in the heart of the Adirondack Mountains with a great bunch of people.

          Reservation Form  Word  PDF

Theta Phi Reunion

Oct. 7-10, 2016

Join other Theta Phi sorority sisters for a relaxing fun-filled long weekend at Camp Huntington. If you are interested in attending, contact our office. 607-753-5488 or outdoor.edinfo@cortland.edu

Wilderness First Responder, WFR

Jan. 6-15, 2017
A must have for anyone working in the back country! This opportunity to earn your Wilderness First Responder certification through Wilderness Medicine Institute (WMI) of the National Outdoor Leadership School (NOLS) is offered at Camp Huntington on Raquette Lake. In the 80 hour course you will learn how to manage and treat everything from wound care and infections to broken bones and fractures in a wilderness setting. You will also learn about prevention and decision making.

Alumni Winter Camp

Feb. 12-17, 2017

Save the date! Registration information available in October. 

Contact Us

Email: outdoor.edinfo@cortland.edu