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Campers travel to Cayuga from across the United States, and from abroad as well. Most campers are from the metropolitan areas of New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Connecticut, Maryland, and Virginia. At the same time, we still continue to have a diverse camper and staff population who last summer traveled from 26 states and 17 countries! Camp Cayuga is a nonsectarian camp with campers of various religious affiliations.


This summer you'll explore Cayuga’s natural surroundings, which still remain rich in wildlife since the area was first occupied by the Cayuga Indian Tribe over 250 years ago! Whether you’re camping-out under the stars on a cabin overnight or gliding through the woods on a zip line, you’ll have fun and at the same time gain a greater appreciation for Nature & the Outdoors! Cayuga’s Adventure & Wilderness Program features:

* Have fun Rock Climbing on a 32 foot high climbing tower.
* Learn to rappel.
* Glide 205 feet through the woods on a Zip Line!
* Challenge yourself at all 6 stations: spider web, tension traverse, port hole, fidget ladder, 32’ climbing tower, 205’ long zip line.

Relax around a campfire with your friends, tell stories, laugh, and sing songs.
Sleep-out under the Pocono Mountains stars.
Go on an Evening Trail Ride and campout in the woods with your horse on a Horseback Overnight.

Go on a Nature Hike and learn how to read a compass.
Mountain Bike on scenic wooded trails.
Enjoy a quiet corner of the lake for peaceful fishing.
Care for goats, sheep, bunnies, a calf, and a miniature horse at the Petting Zoo.
Learn to safely operate a child-size Suzuki ATV 4-wheeler.

Collect wood and set-up your cookout site.
Grill burgers & hot dogs over an open fire.
Prepare some s'mores for an evening snack.

Backpack & campout at Ricketts Glen State Park.
Walk under the Waterfalls at the Glen, feel the cool mist around you, and cool-off in the basin of the Falls!
Paddle down the rapids on your Delaware River Canoe Trip.
Appreciate the beautiful natural surroundings!

The Director of our Adventure & Wilderness Program is certified to supervise and instruct at our Adventure Ropes Course. All instructors are college-age and have current certification or equivalent documented experience. The Adventure Ropes Course Staff are trained, evaluated, and qualified by our Adventure & Wilderness Director. There’s always a staff member present at the Ropes Course who holds current certification in first-aid and cardiopulmonary resuscitation.

Harnesses, safety lines, trained spotters, and experienced instructors provide the safe nurturing environment needed to promote self-confidence and self-esteem. Cayuga's Adventure Ropes Course meets the current standards and guidelines set forth by the Association for Challenge Course Technology (ACCT) and the American Camping Association (ACA). It is inspected annually by a certified ACCT Course Inspector.



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