In everything Eagle Island does, we believe in inspiring and empowering young people to be confident, collaborative, and courageous. Registration is filling fast Summer 2021! Check out our website for details.
A Children’s Camp in the Heart of the Adirondacks
Eagle Island Camp is situated on its own wooded island on Upper Saranac Lake surrounded by the Adirondack Mountains. Programs include Day Camp for all genders and Overnight (sleep-away) camp for girls. Their mission: In everything we do, we believe in inspiring and empowering young people to be confident, collaborative, and courageous.
An Active Day of Outdoor Exploration, Education & Fun
Daily camp activities include open waterfront time (swimming, kayaking, crafting, etc.), swim lessons, STEM-inspired outdoor education, camper-choice activities, and camper-led play in the Peninsula, an open space for campers to explore and create their own fun. Other activities offered include nature education, team-building, crafts, and survival skills like fire-building and shelter-building.
Eagle Island Camp believes that the summer camp experience should serve as an extension of each camper’s education, so they place a high emphasis on hands-on activities geared toward each individual’s unique skills and abilities.
Girls’ Overnight Camp for youth entering grades 5 to 9, $850/week
- Session 1: July 11-July 16
- Session 2: July 18-July 23
- Register for both weeks and stay the weekend (July 16-July 18) for free.
All-Gender Day Camp for youth entering grades 3 to 6, $375/week
- Session 1: June 28-July 2
- Session 2: July 5-July 9
- Each session includes a one-night overnight stay.
Family Camp, $750/pp/week
- Session 1: Sunday July 25 - Saturday July 31
- Session 2 Sunday August 1 - Saturday August 7
Much More Than a Summer Camp
– an unplugged island experience
Eagle Island is not only a summer camp but a National Historic Landmark and an Adirondack Great Camp steeped in history. Eagle Island, Inc., the nonprofit that acquired the island in 2015, works hard to secure funding to revitalize and preserve this important piece of Adirondack history.