Most people who have attended North Country Camps can remember when Pete, Jan, Nancy, Bruce, Bob, Frau, Kate or Doug came to their house to talk with them about camp.
Posted: March 4, 2016
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.
Posted: November 4, 2014
For many, Fall is the perfect time to get outside and enjoy the cooler temperatures, marvel at the amazing beauty that can be found in our surroundings and take advantage of all those activities that are satisfying before Winter is upon us. For us, this time of year signifies the start of the next summer (sort of). Our memories are filled with the fun we’ve had during the 2014 season and we’re eager to get going with what life is really all about – CAMP!
Posted: July 15, 2014
Pulling into camp, after a long ride, with a bus full of excited campers is always a somewhat magical feeling. It’s like the curtains opening on a new set; one which will be our stage for many weeks of fun. The possibilities stretch out before you and the excitement coming off the kids is palpable. This is even more true when the weather is beautiful, as it was last Sunday.
Posted: March 6, 2014
In March 2012, Barry Needleman and I climbed Noonmark with Neil Van Dyke. We had a great time and wondered why we didn’t spend more time out in the mountains during that time of year. On the descent that day an idea was born: climbing the 46 in winter.