Treetops sits in a place of stunning natural beauty, with Adirondack wilderness as the backdrop for daily life at Camp. Here even the most mundane moments—walking to the barn or waiting outside for lunch—provide unforgettable vistas of mountain and forest scenery. Our spectacular Adirondack setting fosters a sense of wonder and curiosity for the natural world. Campers build confidence and community through adventures in hiking, climbing, paddling, sailing, and exploring.
Hiking & Backpacking
At Treetops, hiking trips are available for all interests and abilities. While some hikes are demanding and rugged, many of our trips are about more than just sheer endurance.
Paddling & Sailing
Leaving Camp for a trip on the water introduces children to remote natural beauty. Adirondack lakes and rivers offer opportunities for a wide variety of trips, ranging from a sailing day trip to an overnight canoeing expedition.
All Treetops campers are offered the opportunity to learn to rock climb and/or advance their top roping and bouldering skills. With an indoor and outdoor climbing wall, as well as world-class crags and boulders in our backyard, campers are exposed to dozens of routes that require varying levels of experience and technique.
Life at Treetops is lived mostly outdoors, immersed in nature. Each day, nature activities offer additional opportunities for campers to explore the natural world.