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Make it personal! How to best get to know and determine if the summer camp you are considering is the best one for your child.
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AWC Summer Camp Dogger Margo blogs about one of the things that makes Adirondack Woodcraft Summer Camps one of the best summer camp programs for kids.
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Coming to camp this summer? Meet Margo who will be your new best friend!
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Peter shares his thoughts on the local wildlife he encountered in the Olympic Mountains.
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Peter Diller was a camper at Woodcraft for many years. He started in Outpost, moved up through Iroquois Village and Ranger Post, and won the Chief’s Knife as a Trail Camper in 2012. The following year Peter participated in the Outdoor Leadership Training Division program and returned as a junior counselor in 2014. This journal entry and those to follow detail how his time spent at Woodcraft helped provide him the necessary experience to embark on a solo excursion in Olympic National Park.
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We are sad to share that Dave Leach has passed away. One of the defining members of Woodcraft for several decades, Dave was also a committed husband, father, brother, uncle, friend, coach, educator, and so much more.
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The Triple Swimmer

Aug 02, 2014

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The Triple Swimmer is a patch awarded to campers who compete a series of challenging endurance swims. Woodcraft's swimming program is designed to strengthen campers' comfort and abilities in the water, and for many campers this culminates with the Triple Swimmer. As the name implies, there are three parts to the Triple Swimmer. In each instance, the camper ventures outside of the designated swimming area while accompanied by a lifeguard rowing nearby.
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Aaron returns with another guest blog describing his attempt to climb Street and Nye in the winter. At times during the winter it has been difficult to find a friend to go hiking with. This time however I was able to bring a friend, Rose, who is just as excited to get out side as I am. Rose, already an avid adventurer and skier, has never gone winter hiking and was eager to learn. Planning the trip, I initially wanted to hike Wright, which is on the way up to Algonquin – the second highest peak in New York State.
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A long-time Woodcraft camper and current counselor, Aaron Miska recently completed his summer 46 in the Adirondack High Peaks. This winter he began tackling the mountains in the winter. Today he is appearing as a guest blogger to recount his experience climbing Phelps Mountain.
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