The perfect cure for cabin fever? A week of environmental education and outdoor exploration for kids 7-12!
This camp provides a chance for kids to gain confidence, form new friendships, and explore the beauty of Ashokan in winter with our fun and experienced outdoor youth instructors.
- forest ecology
- natural sciences
- colonial history & crafting
- survival skills
- outdoor adventure and hiking
- snow tubing
- maple sugaring
- indoor games
- hot cocoa
Camp includes optional drop off/pick up at High Meadow School and Woodstock Hannaford.
If you have any questions before you register, please e-mail Rachel Roozen, Program Director, firstname.lastname@example.org
Van pick-up at 8:30am—Hannaford in Woodstock
Van pick-up at 9:00am—High Meadow School gazebo
Parent drop-off at 9:30am—Ashokan Center
Parent pick-up at 3:00pm—Ashokan Center
Van drop-off at 3:30pm—Hannaford in Woodstock
Van drop-off at 4:00pm—High Meadow School gazebo
$250 includes the full week (all 5 days.) If camp is not full by Feb 1 we may offer single day registrations as well.
To request financial assistance please call or email Rachel Roozen. email@example.com
You must pay in full when you register.
Partial refunds are available until Monday, Feb 3, 2020
(two weeks before camp begins.) We retain $50 per person for cancellations up to that date. We retain the full registration amount for cancellations after Monday, Feb 3, 2020.
Afternoon snack and hot cocoa are included. Please pack your child a hearty lunch.
Students will be supervised by Ashokan staff. Medical and permission forms must be submitted during registration.
FOOD: pack a hearty lunch and bring a reuseable water bottle.
CLOTHING: Prepare for weather to vary from cold and snowy to cool and rainy. Hats, gloves, and boots are a must for outdoor activities!
Rachel Roozen (845) 657-8333 x 14
Ashokan Center (845) 657-8333
Cell phone reception is available but spotty. Calls may be dropped but texts are reliably received.
High speed Wi-Fi is available in all buildings.
Ashokan Center, 477 Beaverkill Rd, Olivebridge, NY 12461
Take NY State Thruway (1-87) to Kingston exit #19.
From traffic circle take Route 28 West (toward Pine Hill).
In 12 miles (shortly after Mobil & Citgo) turn left onto Reservoir Rd.
Cross the Ashokan Reservoir, turn left at the Tee.
Head down the hill, pass the first left (Rt 28A East) and merge onto 28A West.
Take next left onto Beaverkill Rd.
Follow Beaverkill for about one mile, then turn right into the Ashokan Center driveway and follow the signs.
AIRPORT Albany, NY (ALB) is the closest major airport (about 1.5 hours away). Public transportation is available from the airport to the Kingston bus station, where you can take a taxi to Ashokan. Or contact us at least one month before your program begins for a list of people driving from the Albany area who may be able to give you a ride.
BUS Trailways (800)858-8555 runs buses from Port Authority terminal in Manhattan to Kingston, NY (2 hours).
If you’re arriving by public transportation and would like assistance finding a ride to Ashokan please contact Dan dan.shornstein
The Ashokan Center is an outdoor education, conference, and retreat center located in the Catskill Mountains of upstate New York. Ashokan has been a world-renowned destination for enthusiasts of American music and dance traditions for 40 years and regional schools have visited Ashokan’s “classroom” of forests, waterfalls, stream-fed ponds, and open meadows for over 50 years.
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