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How to travel here – by car, bus or train

How to get here by car, bus or train

Directions to Lake Sebago:

By Car: Take the New York State Thruway north to Exit 15A, Sloatsburg/Suffern. Take Route 17 north to Seven Lakes Drive. Turn right and go exactly 3.2 miles. After you have passed the entrance to Harriman State Park, the ACA camp will be down the first road on your left. The sign says SB-2: ACA and SB-3: Nawakwa. If you are on Seven Lakes Drive and you see the lake on your left, you have passed the entrance to the camp. Don’t worry about it, almost everyone misses it the very first time.

You can also cross the GWB and take Rt. 4  North then Rt. 17 North to NY I 87 and back onto Rt. 17, then follow the above directions through Sloatsburg to Seven Lakes Drive.

The camp is also accessible by train or bus to the nearest town, Sloatsburg. You would need to make arrangements to get from the bus or train stop to the camp (approx 4 miles).

By bus from Port Authority: Coach Bus

By train from Penn Station: New Jersey Transit train

Lake Sebago, Harriman State Park

At 310 acres (1.3 km2), Lake Sebago, near Sloatsburg, is the largest lake in Harriman State Park in the U.S. state of New York. The name is Algonquian for “big water”. It is located just south of Lake Kanawauke and is accessible via Seven Lakes Drive and the Palisades Interstate Parkway

The lake was created in 1925 by the Palisades Interstate Park Commission under William A. Welch by building a dam across Stony Brook. The lake filled the former site of Johnsontown—a logging settlement founded in the mid-1700s in the Stony Brook valley.[1] By the early 1900s, Johnsontown was the largest mountain settlement in the western part of the Ramapos.[c