Long Lake Camp For The Arts
|Year of foundation||1969|
|Accomodation type||Houses and Cabins|
|Number of students||250|
|Teacher student ratio||1/2 or better|
|Duration||3 or 6 weeks|
|Months Running||June, July, August|
|Fee (min)||$6450 for 3 weeks|
|Fee (max)||$12300 for 6 weeks|
Long Lake Camp for the Arts offer campers ages 8 to 16 a wonderful creative friend and fun filled summer. We are located in the heart of the world famous Adirondack Park of upstate New York. Our private lakeside setting offers glorious views of the fabled mountains and forests of upstate New York. Artists, Actors and Performers travel from all over the world to make new friends and explore their creative side. Every camper at Long Lake 100% created their own unique schedule with our help and guidance. In addition to all our Performing and Fine Arts activities we have really fun land sports and water sport for camper’s recreational time. Our campers choose how much or how little they delve into each activity. We hire 160 staff for only 250 campers so our supervision is excellent and we are able to truly get to know and understand each camper very well. To make sure each camper’s is getting everything they want from camp we have a tremendous core of staff called Unit Leaders. They are a contact for parents and a fairy god person for your camper. Please call us on 914 693 7111 so we can tailor make your campers dream summer.
- Theater – 5 musicals and 4 dramas per session
- Musical Theater
- Acting and Drama
- Dance all styles and levels
- Fine Arts- 20 different studios
- Rock Bands
- Technical Theater
Our daughter found Long Lake online and let us know that was the camp she wanted to go to! After calling the camp many times we felt comfortable to send her. Theater was her main attraction and she loved being in the production of Chicago the camp produced. We spent two days at the end of camp for the parents weekend and we were blown away by all the shows and the camps location.
My son had never gone away to camp so we were very nervous before camp. Once at camp he quickly found other campers who loved music as much as he did. This helped him to feel less homesick. The camp really helped him overcome his homesickness by making sure he was doing all the activities he knew he loved and some new ones he tried at camp.