Lean-to Reservations throughout the season
Volunteer Work Weekend, Camp Huntington
May 6-8, 2016
Volunteer Work Weekend, Antlers
May 13-15, 2016
Kirby Camp Weekly Rental
Weeks available: June 20-June 26 or Aug. 22-28
Alumni Camp, Camp Huntington
July 1-5, 2016
Alumni Camp, Antlers
July 3-9 July 10-16
July 10-13 July 13-16
Aug. 18-21 Aug. 26-29
Alumni Adventure Camp
July 21-24, 2016
July 24-29, 2016
Sig Rho Reunion
July 25-29, 2016
Sept. 13-16, 2016
Hearts of Gold Reunion
Sept. 16-18, 2016
Theta Phi Reunion
Oct. 7-10, 2016
One of the most interesting partnerships at Camp Huntington over the years is the joint program between the Homer Junior High School science club and the New Visions Program offered by the Onondaga-Cortland-Madison BOCES (OCM). Although the groups differ in age and purpose, they share an interest in coming to a better understanding of the natural world through discovery at Raquette Lake...
As I write this edition of the Raquette Lake News, I have my window open to a warm, breezy March day with absolutely no ice on the lake. This is the first March ice-out I have witnessed and the first in many years for longtime residents. We are all wondering, “What is happening to our winters?” Of course, we don’t have to look too far back to see much colder temperatures...
On Valentine’s Day weekend, 23 women on the SUNY Cortland softball team braved the cold temperatures and slick
ice road to come together at Camp Huntington for a preseason team-building program...
The second annual Camp Abilities sponsored by the Central Association for the Blind and Visually Impaired (CABVI) kicked off with the campers and counselors following an illuminated ice road into camp at sunset on Thursday, Feb. 18. With almost every camper from last year coming back and many more wanting to sign up, Camp Huntington was filled to capacity...
Over the past academic year, over 400 SUNY Cortland students received financial support for part or all of the cost to attend academic and co-curricular programs at Raquette Lake. Of this number, there were 15 programs who were granted free transportation from Cortland, admission to local museums, speaker fees, ropes course facilitation, supplies and other forms of support...
When summer groups arrive at Raquette Lake this year, they will be greeted by a friendly, familiar face, Ian White ’13. Ian
is finishing his master’s program in Environmental and Outdoor Education through the Recreation, Parks and Leisure Studies Department (RPLS)...
The first course on the books this January was Wilderness First Aid (WFA), a two-day residential program for instructors
working with groups in the backcountry. Many of our summer program instructors maintain this first aid certification, and it is offered in alternate years opposite our longer Wilderness First Responder course...
SUNY Cortland lost a true champion for women’s athletics and persons with disabilities, when she passed away at age 91 on Dec. 28 in Gaffney, S.C. A member of the physical education faculty from 1962 to 1985, Moseley helped advocate for women’s sports in the pre-Title IX era, serving as the College’s Director of Women’s Athletics...
Where else can you spend the Fourth of July at a lakeside resort originally built by one of the wealthiest families in New York to entertain their friends but at Camp Huntington on Raquette Lake? As a SUNY Cortland alumni, you are invited to join us July 1-5 for fun in the sun, including exploring, hiking, paddling,sailing, swimming and more...
Alumni Opportunities are open and available to all alumni regardless of major. We have openings at Antlers, Camp Huntington, Camp Marion and Kirby Camp...
The winter had its fair share of dramatic weather swings and minimal snow creating a good recipe for pressure ridges to erupt in
the ice around the lake. A few different ridges crossed Raquette
Lake this February and March altering our activities and traffic patterns a bit...