Although we are completely digital now, we have a few ways you can stay in touch!

We love hearing your news, so keep us posted about your lives and adventures. We are on social media - Facebook, instagram, LinkedIn and we blog. And we have an online database where we communicate with you all, through email so be sure to create your online account with us so you learn about upcoming events and NCC news.

Alumni - Register here to stay connected and update your contact info

Once you’re registered, we’ll send you a link to set up your password. From here you’ll be able to update your mailing address, email and family information, share memories or contact information on your profile and make yourself visible to other alums if you’d like. You will also be able to search for and contact your camp friends and peers. You can leave a message on the message board too.

In addition, you may enter the website’s “Inner Sanctum” by signing in below. Here you’ll be able to see past Alumni bulletins. (This part of our site uses the same “name” and “password” for all - so email us and we’ll send them along!)

2021 Alumni reunion weekend is scheduled for Friday to Sunday, August 20-22. Mark your calendars now! We would love to see you at camp! We’ll activate the registration in the Spring!

Please check out ways to support by visiting

Join us as we continue our adventurous, skill-building, community-building, friendship-growing mission going forward.

Alumni bulletins from past years:

2019 Newsletter

Ways to give - Chief’s Fund or the North Country Camps Foundation?

The Chief’s Fund and the North Country camps Foundation are two separate organizations with two separate boards of directors.

Donations to the Chief’s Fund go entirely to scholarships for NCC campers. Visit to make a donation or for additional information.

Donations to The North Country Camps Foundation may be used for a variety of purposes including developing and implementing additional programming, supporting the operations of the North Country Camps as needed, maintaining and enhancing camp grounds and facilities, and continuing to build a reserve that will ensure the Foundation always has the resources it needs to carry out its mission. 

Both The North Country Camps Foundation and the Chief’s Fund are 501 (c)(3) entities and therefore, your gifts may be tax deductible in accordance with IRS rules.