At FLC, we organize our campers into age appropriate groups within our girls and boys camp. Our youngest campers are our junior campers. These campers receive special attention as they become accustomed to living away from home and advocating for themselves. The emphasis of our junior camp curriculum is to expose our younger campers to as many new experiences as possible while helping them to build confidence and develop independence. Overall we offer our junior campers a supportive, fun, age-appropriate, traditional camp experience, while fully welcoming them into the FLC family.
Our oldest campers are our senior campers. They enjoy special status as leaders of our camp community. They also learn to accept more responsibility and are expected to help define the camp culture, provide leadership to younger campers, and invest in their own personal development. Our senior program combines a residential camp experience with traditional sports, wilderness adventures and leadership opportunities.
All of our campers live in rustic traditional Adirondack cabins with 10-12 other campers and 2-3 counselors. Check out our cabins.
The daily schedule is full, with a good mix of scheduled and free-choice activities. Campers have 4 periods each day, with 3 free-choice periods and 1 waterfront period.
Please explore more specifically our junior and senior programming by clicking on the links below: