Ask almost anyone what the prettiest time to be in the Adirondacks is, and they’ll probably say the Fall.
Posted: November 10, 2016
Posted: October 11, 2016
So, you wonder, what do these fantastic human beings DO when they’re not being cabin counselors, OD, teaching activities, leading trips, life guarding TAF, JS and five o’clock swim?
We asked the same thing and this is what we learned!!!
Posted: September 19, 2016
Although it’s sad to say goodbye to friends at the end of a great summer, we all know there’s something lovely about being with your family, reconnecting with friends from home and flopping on the couch to do, well, nothing, for a while. School is in full swing and you’ve all been back together for a month or so now. It’s right about now that we start yearning for those long warm days spent outside with friends, choosing activities or trips, splashing in the lake and being full of pep and enthusiasm.
Posted: January 6, 2016
Every Winter, I try to take at least one walk through Lincoln and Whippoorwill. It’s fun to see camp covered in snow, to walk out on the lake and contemplate the stark difference between the quiet, cold of now and the boisterous, warm days of summer.
Posted: September 29, 2015
Parents of campers at North Country Camps know that during the summer, we send out regular bulletins, describing what’s happening at camp. Each Fall, we take excerpts from these bulletins and construct a document, with pictures, that can be given to prospective families who are interested in reading more about life at Lincoln and Whip.