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Camp Addisone Boyce

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Camp Brochure

The 2015 summer camp brochure is now available and camp registration opens on January 14th, 2015.  This summer promises to full of laughter, excitement, fun, and new friendships while creating memories that last a lifetime.

Camp Addisone Boyce is one of our two day camps and is located in Tomkins Cove (Rockland County). It offers swimming, boating, and challenge course opportunities as well as time for archery, arts and crafts, environmental exploration, outdoor games, camp songs, and outdoor cooking. Every week has it’s own specialized theme or focus to choose from, and all camp programs are based on progression with additional challenges and age-appropriate experiences added to the program for each grade.  A daily bus service is offered to and from the camp.


“My girls have always had a love of nature and we have to instill respect, but at CAB they are learning how to respect, admire and protect”

“(Camp Addisone Boyce is) so warm and friendly and full of energy it's impossible not to fall in love with it immediately”


2015 Summer Camp Brochure

Click here for the 2015 Summer Camp Application in English

Click here for the 2015 Summer Camp Application in Spanish

Click here for the Campership Application English-Spanish

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