Boys from 10-12
Iroquois Village`s name honors Native Americans, first residents of the Adirondacks. Each cabin is named for a nation of the Iroquois, like Seneca, Cayuga, Tuscarora and Oneida. Traditionally the Iroquois Village is the first Woodcraft home for many campers. The Division is much like a village, divided into cabin groups of 4 to 5 campers matched with a Cabin Counselor. Each group shares a spacious cabin on the shore of Lake Kan-ac-to. The cabins share a common bathroom and shower house.
You’ll be in camp some of your time, and out in the wilderness too, by canoe, foot, mountain bike, and if you choose on horseback. Horseback riding is offered at the nearby Moose River Farm, it’s a good facility open to all levels of experience with quality horses, trails, indoor and outdoor arenas and expert instruction.
See more about the activities you’ll be part of at AWC.