Resident & Day Camp

For boys and girls.
On Skaneateles Lake at Ten Mile Point.

Registration for 2017 opens on Tuesday, February 28th!



Overnight Camp Program

Campers choose their own activities for the week from arts and crafts, sailing, canoeing, pontoon boat, archery, hiking, soccer, basketball and volleyball. Ropes and challenge course is available for an additional fee.

Week 1- July 2 – 7 (boys 7-14, girls 7-12)
Week 2- July 9 – 15 (boys 7-14, girls 7-12)
Week 3- July 16 – 21 (boys 7-14, girls 7-12)
Week 4- July 23 – 29 (boys 7-12, girls 7-14)
Week 5- July 30 – August 4 (boys 7-12, girls 7-14)
Week 6- August 6 – 12 (boys 7-12, girls 7-14)
Week 7- August 13 – 18 (boys 7-12, girls 7-14)

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Day Camp Program

For campers ages 7-11. Monday through Friday campers arrive by bus to enjoy the camp program from 9:15 am to 4:30 pm.

Day campers participate in the same activities as our resident campers and choose those activities at Sunday orientation (see below). Activities include arts and crafts, sailing, canoeing, pontoon boat, archery, hiking, tennis, basketball and volleyball. All campers participate in our swimming program.

Week 1- July 3 – 7
(July 4th is optional and we will be excepting campers this day)
Week 2- July 10 – 14
Week 3- July 17 – 21
Week 4- July 24 – 28
Week 5- July 31 – August 4
Week 6- August 7 – 11
Week 7- August 14 – 18

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July 2-July 7



July 16-July 21



July 30-August 4


This is a one week program, you will be able to state your preference on the application when it becomes available.

The Leader In Training (LIT) Program is open to 15 year olds who have an interest in developing their leadership qualities in an environment that encourages active participation and involvement through cooperative learning, outdoor leadership, teamwork and social interaction. This program will provide the participants with activities that will build their self-confidence, and allow them to acquire skills such as responsibility, problem-solving skills, respect, and trust. The LIT program will promote initiative problems, adventure based games and outdoor living skills that ultimately lead to mutual support within a group. Through this program our goal for the LIT’s is to develop the ability to collaborate among their group, evaluate a situation and use good decision making skills. We will challenge the group to discover their physical and mental strengths and utilize those.

Please note it is not a requirement to have participated in this program in order to apply for a Counselor job when age appropriate (age 16), however it is highly recommended.

Leader In Training Application

Donate to Lourdes Camp

For 74 years Lourdes Camp has been giving under privileged children in the Central New York community the opportunity to spend a week at camp. This program has been offered to children of families that otherwise wouldn’t have the opportunity to attend camp due to their families financial situation.

The Campership program is funded by alumni, parents of current campers and generous corporate gifts from people all over the community and beyond. If you would like to donate a Campership in your name please click the button below. If you would like to just make a donation to be used to create Camperships you may do the same.

There is no donation too big or too small and a little goes a long way in creating memories for a child that last a lifetime. Please feel free to contact me directly if you’d like to know more.

Michael Preston
315-424-1812 off season
315-673-2888 June through August

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Address 1150 Ten Mile Point Road

Camp Phone (315) 673-2888

Office Phone (315) 424-1812