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 $15 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.
A remote rustic cabin located on the South Bay of Raquette Lake. The cabin is rented by the week running from Monday to Sunday. The electric free cabin sleeps eight. **Full for the season. Check back in November for 2022 dates.
The WFR course is open to SUNY Cortland students, faculty, staff and the general public. The 10 day course will be held at Camp Huntington. For additional information or to register review the links below or contact Rhonda.
We will have three options for winter camp Feb. 18-24, 18-20, or 20-24. Additional information and registration information will be available in mid-November.
Opening camp for the summer season is a weekend to celebrate! Register to help us get Antlers ready for the summer with lots of assorted tasks and clean up. Everything from garden and lawn work to opening buildings and cleaning facilities is available, so whatever you like to do can be your choice. More information to follow in the spring. Contact Deb to register for the weekend.
Course will be held either May or June of 2022 for anyone utilizing our boating equipment for programs at Antlers or Camp Huntington. Arrival will be a Friday evening for indoor meetings, and Saturday/Sunday for hands-on learning. Plan to be in the water - bring your own wet/dry suits, paddles, PFD's, etc. We can supply PFD's, paddles and the boats needed. Contact Deb if interested in this training course. More information will follow in the spring.
During the 2022 season we will be holding numerous ropes course trainings for individuals and staff interested in leading groups at our challenge course at Camp Huntington. Designed for beginners, intermediate and experienced instructors, the trainings will be geared for either low or high elements. Participants can take part in both trainings (low and high) and can be added to our instructor list as a contact for groups to hire for private challenge course sessions. Contact Deb if interested in any of the challenge course trainings.
Alumni from all corners of the world are welcome to come and enjoy a vacation in the heart of the Adirondack mountains. Hike, paddle, relax, and enjoy our many fireside chats that happen during the camps. Each session has access to usage of the canoes, kayaks, SUP's, bikes, and the many acres of Adirondack Preserve to hike and explore. The information sheet below gives more specifics about the program. For further questions, please contact our office.
Dates for 2022 will be coming soon!
A long weekend to spend time time with your family or friends in the beautiful Adirondacks. We have miles of hiking trails, kayaking, canoeing, relaxing by an evening campfire and much more.
Contact our office or Rhonda to receive information once it is published.
Join us for a gathering of recreation alumni with graduating recreation students for a weekend at Raquette Lake. We will be paddling, playing, and mentoring in this exclusive weekend where seasoned alumni in the recreation field come back to join forces with graduating recreation majors to help give them a leg-up as they enter the work force. Young alumni are very much encouraged to attend.
Registration information will be available soon!
Plan to spend another weekend at Antlers and close up our building for the winter months. Many tasks, lots of fun, and possible projects to complete depending on weather and temperature. More information will follow next summer when we know what projects we may be doing. Put the date on your calendars, and contact Deb to register to help (space is limited).
Join us to help transition Camp to our winterized state. We will provide meals and jobs for every skill level will be available from raking to swapping screens for storm windows, from trail maintenance to washing wall to swapping seasonal recreation equipment. To register contact Rhonda 607-753-5485 or email@example.com