The ACA has a beautiful family oriented camp on Lake Sebago near Sloatsburg, New York, 32 miles north of New York City in Harriman State Park. It has been a facility of the ACA for over seven decades.
- 15 Acres
- Surrounded by water on 3 sides
- 21 Cabins
- 9 Tent Platforms
- Bathhouse with toilets & showers
- Outdoor Pavillion
- Swim Area
- Boat Docks
The camp has historically been a magnet for paddling in the New York vicinity and has also been the training grounds for several large canoe and kayak clubs. The lake itself is 315 acres of powerboat-free pristine water. The camp is a "family camp" within the Harriman State Park which means that access is available to ACA members, 7 days a week, 24 hours a day from May 1st to October 15th. For camp requests after October 15, please contact the Sebago Camp Director for specific permits.
Frequent camp activities include:
- Flatwater Sprint Training Camps
- Canoe Sailing Instruction
- Canoe & Kayak Instruction
- Recreational Paddling
- Swimming, fishing, hiking
- Relaxing with friends!
The camp welcomes individual ACA members and ACA Clubs. There is a registration process upon arrival for day visitors and advance reservations are required for overnight stays. Spend an afternoon or spend a week.
Camp Sebago Rules
Contact the ACA Camp at Lake Sebago
Additional Camp Information (Atlantic Division / Google Site)