Wilderness Adventure Camps

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Two trip guides, seasoned and trained in wilderness leadership, will provide direction as you explore the Adirondacks. During your week, you will develop positive group relationships and a new appreciation of God, His creation and your value in it. You will learn wilderness survival skills, while navigating trails or waterways, camping in tents and preparing your own meals. Each trip is limited to seven campers to ensure individual attention and low environmental impact. Beaver Camp provides all necessary food and camping equipment, except sleeping bags. Each trip is rated for difficulty below. One paddle or boot is about as rigorous as a resident camp experience, while five paddles or boots is quite rigorous and each day will include several miles of paddling or hiking, transporting all gear, and breaking and setting up camp. Please choose a trip that best fits your child’s level of fitness. Custom adventures are also available for your private group throughout the year!

Lows lake Canoe - $410.00 paddles4

Ages 13-16   July 8-13

Explore the beautiful waters and remote islands of Lows Lake. The week includes opportunities for swimming and learning new camping skills. This trip is suitable for both first time and veteran campers.

high peaks backpacking- $410.00 boots4

Ages 14-18   July 29-August 3 

See the world from the mountaintops! In addition to the spectacular views from some of the Adirondack’s highest peaks, this week campers will enjoy wilderness camping, exploring and swimming in mountain lakes; all while carrying their gear and food on their backs. Backpacks are provided, though feel free to bring your own.

cranberry lake Canoe and hike - $410.00 paddles5

Ages 13-16   July 15-20 

Combine several of the Adirondack’s best activities: canoeing, hiking and wilderness camping. This trip includes canoeing across Cranberry Lake and backpacking to remote wilderness campsites. Day hiking one of the Adirondack’s most serene peaks is also an option.

Wilderness Outpost - $385.00 boot2

Ages 11-13   July 1-6

Campers will stay in platform tents at Beaver Camp’s Outpost Camp. In addition to activities involving personal discovery about the outdoors, enjoy the Challenge Course, swimming, and a special canoeing, climbing, or hiking expedition. This option is a good introduction to the wilderness camping experience.

Stillwater Fishing - $385.00 paddles2

Ages 12-16    July 22-27

Spend time fishing while canoeing and exploring the waters of Stillwater Reservoir, and camping out along its sandy shores. There are plenty of spots to try out new, or old, fishing techniques from canoe or shoreline. Please bring your own fishing gear.