During the summer, Camp Fowler is at its best. Kids can choose to come to camp for one (or more) week of camp. These weeks are geared towards specific age groups falling within the range of children who have completed the 3rd grade to those who have completed the 12th grade.
During our residential camp week, campers stay on our 245 acre campus located in Speculator, NY. Camper days are filled with activities such as hiking, arts and crafts, canoeing, sailing, and more. There are daily times of worship and learning; games and swimming; joy and laughter. During the night, campers stay in cabins of typically 5 - 9 children who are supervised by one of our adult counselors. Learn More about In-Camp
A "wilderness" week is a wonderful alternative to our traditional in-camp week. Campers spend the majority of their time out in the Adirondack wilderness hiking, kayaking, canoeing, or fishing. Staff are competent in wilderness education, survival skills, and first-aid. Campers learn things such as how to light a camp-stove, canoe strokes, or the native flora and fauna. Nights are spent camping in lean-tos or tents. Group size varies from 4 to 8 campers. Learn More about Out-Camp