For children ages 7-14 located at 10 Mile Point on Skaneateles Lake.


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

Weeks 1,2, & 3 Boys: 7-14, Girls: 7-12Weeks 4,5,6, & 7 Boys: 7-12, Girls: 7-14
Kids at camp

Week 1: July 2nd – July 7th

Week 2: July 9th – July 14th | Closed

Week 3: July 16th – July 21st | Closed

Week 4: July 23rd – July 28th | Closed

Week 5: July 30th – August 4th | Closed

Week 6: August 6th – August 11th | Closed

Week 7: August 13th – August 18th | Closed


For campers ages 7-11. Monday through Friday campers arrive to camp between 8:30 and 9:00 am to enjoy the day camp program from 9:15 am to 4:30 pm. Campers must be at least 7 years old in order to attend day camp.

Week 1: July 3rd – July 7th

Week 2: July 10th – July 14th | Closed

Week 3: July 17th – July 21st | Closed

Week 4: July 24th – July 28th | Closed

Week 5: July 31st – August 4th | Closed

Week 6: August 7th – August 11th | Closed

Week 7: August 14th – August 18th | Closed

Kids at camp


The Lourdes Camp Counselor-In-Training (CIT) program is a very competitive and selective program for 15 year olds (DOB prior to 7/1/2008) who have a strong desire to work with children and who have a love for camp. The program is designed to give them the training and skills associated with being a staff member. CIT applicants should be interested in working with children as well as possess leadership skills, maturity, flexibility, open mindedness, a strong work ethic, and of course the ability and willingness to have fun. Previous experience as a camper is not required to apply for this program. 
Program Outline:
CITs will spend two weeks at camp (Week 3: July 16-21 and Week 5: July 30-August 4) and attendance for the entirety of these weeks is mandatory. The cost for the program is $595. CITs will assist in all aspects of camp including camper drop off and pick up, cabin activities and games, equipment set up and take down, and set up and supervision of meals. They will also assist staff members in leading the majority of activities that camp has to offer. The CITs will be assigned to a specific cabin that they will work closely with, but they will also have the opportunity to interact with the majority of the staff and campers through several activities throughout the course of the week.

Get in Touch

Do you have any questions? Are you looking for any other information about Lourdes Camp? Just want to talk to us? Contact us!

Contact Details

Address: 1150 Ten Mile Point Road

New Camp Number  (315) 291-7031

Office Phone: (315) 424-1812


Donate to Lourdes Camp

For 80 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.

Greg Vaga – Camp Director

315-424-1812 off season
315-291-7031 June through August

Kids at camp
Kids at camp