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Friends Of Camp Little Notch Inc

Rating: 4.5 stars   2 reviews 237


110 Spring St Saratoga Springs NY 12866 USA


Providing opportunities for all people to practice living in harmony with nature, each other, and themselves.


Friends of camp little notch operates as a summer camp for girls but also offers year-round outdoor programming and retreats for youth groups, community-based organizations, non-profits, businesses, artists of all kinds, and innovators. In an environment that celebrates diversity, encourages community building, teaches conflict resolution and communication skills, facilitates sharing of traditions between people, and confronts all forms of discrimination, prejudice, and exclusion in our interactions, operations and activities.

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Rating: 5 stars  

The mountains here are serene with a secluded private non-motorized lake. There are lots of different opportunities to volunteer year-round. As a membership-based organization, the Friends heavily invest in enjoying the freedom that comes with hundreds of acres of wilderness and actively invite all people to join them!

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Rating: 4 stars  

Friends of Camp Little Notch is committed to maintaining a beautiful property in Fort Ann, NY, within the Adirondack Park. FoCLN gives life to our mission statement--living in harmony with nature, each other, and ourselves--by promoting fellowship among members, operating a program for girls during the summers, and maintaining the property as a kind of retreat from every day. Volunteers find themselves active and outdoors, helping to maintain the camp property, but also find time to share meals and experiences with other members. This truly dedicated group of people have raised astonishing amounts of money to protect a place they love and wish to preserve. This is a wonderful organization, and I am very proud to be a part of it.

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