Camp Little Notch is located within the Adirondack Park in Fort Ann, New York. Situated on 2300 acres of pristine wilderness, including an 80-acre private lake, Little Notch provides the perfect setting for outdoor adventure, personal growth, new friendships, and community building.
Campers are assigned to live in campsites of 12-24 girls according to age. Girls live in groups of four in platform tents or cabins, with four to five staff in a centrally located tent within the campsite. Each campsite has a washhouse and latrine, campfire circle, and cabin for gatherings, cookouts, and activities.
Two friends may request to be assigned to the same unit as long as they are in the same age group and request each other. We do our best to honor these requests. Campers can expect to live with new friends in their tent or cabin and make new friends while participating in camp activities.
The food at Camp Little Notch is the best! We take pride in our wholesome, tasty, and kid-friendly menus with plenty of fresh fruits and vegetables (local and organic whenever possible). Three meals a day are served in the dining hall and snacks are available as needed. Campers have the opportunity to cook out or “pack-out” at least once a day and are involved in planning these meals. Please contact us if your camper has special dietary needs.
Health and Safety
The health and safety of campers and staff is overseen by a registered nurse or other licensed medical professional. All counselors and program staff are certified in first aid. Waterfront and small craft staff are certified in American Red Cross Lifeguard Training. All campers and staff must have a completed and signed health form on file. Camp Little Notch is required to be permitted to operate and to be inspected twice yearly by the New York State Department of Health. Inspection reports are kept on file at the office of Friends of Camp Little Notch, 110 Spring Street, Saratoga Springs, NY, 12866.
Getting to Camp
Supervised bus transportation is provided, with two bus pick-up/drop-off locations; one in Albany, New York and one in Saratoga Springs, New York. Campers are welcome to ride the bus or get dropped off/picked up at camp by car.