Tuesday, July 13, 2021

Great Camp Sagamore Gears Up for 2021 Season

Seasonal staff, (from left) Maddie, Katie, Amalia, Sophie, Randy, and Anna, are ready to welcome YOU to camp!

Great Camp Sagamore is open for the 2021 summer and fall season, with many exciting programs and workshops lined up. The season got off to a lively start in mid-June with the Roots & Branches Endowed Music Workshop and Women’s Fly Fishing. Offering nearly two dozen arts, educational and outdoors-themed getaways with lodging and meals included, Great Camp Sagamore has something for everyone.

great camp sagamore music programMany programs have already sold out already, including the Grandparents & Grandchild Camp, the Plein Air Painting Workshop, Durant’s Gilded Age Camps, and the Anne LaBastille Women’s Writing Weekend. However, there’s still many other exciting workshops still available now, such as Woodcarving, Pack Basket Making, Cycling, Night Sky Photography, and Canoeing.

We also offer Guided History Tours! In addition to our regular two-hour history tour, we are offering three different Specialty Tours at specific times throughout the season:

  • Water Flowing to Great Camp Sagamore
    Lighting Great Camp Sagamore
    Feeding Great Camp Sagamore

Become a member and you can enjoy complimentary guided tours.

Plan Your Own Stay
Spend your time at camp however you’d like when you plan a Simply Sagamore getaway.

• Access to thousands of private acres of Adirondack wilderness
• Guided History Tours of Great Camp Sagamore
• Nature and history talks
• Swimming in Sagamore Lake
• Bowling in the open-air bowling alley
• Bocce, croquet, cornhole, and badminton
• Canoeing and paddling (on your own, or guided)
• Family-style meals in the Dining Hall
• Campfires
• Stargazing under one of the darkest nighttime skies in the Northeast
• Concerts and Storytelling
• Hiking, walks and exploring (on your own, or guided)
• Or, simply relax and enjoy a true Adirondack getaway

Click here to read more stories about the Great Camp Sagamore in the Almanack archive.

Photo at top: Seasonal staff, (from left) Maddie, Katie, Amalia, Sophie, Randy, and Anna, are ready to welcome visitors to camp.

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2 Responses

  1. Shane M Sloan says:

    Personally, I think this is great news! I hate that I have to worry about how long it will be before a certain ideological group says it was based in racism and burns it…either literally or figuratively.


      Too bad that you just don’t get what Sagamore is about now. Here is the current mission statement for Great Camp Sagamore:

      “Great Camp Sagamore is a National Historic Landmark in the Adirondack Wilderness. The Sagamore Institute uses the power and beauty of its location and the quality of its programs to foster understanding, care, and respect for nature, people and their critical interdependence. Our success is measured in our ability to inspire in those who visit or stay, individual responsibility to nature and community.”

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