What we offer

So close to the city, a crystal lake to enjoy in many ways.

Camp closed until further notice due to storm damage

Conditions in camp are extremely dangerous

ACA Camp at Lake Sebago

The camp has historically been a magnet for paddling in the New York vicinity and has been the training grounds for several large canoe and kayak clubs. The lake itself is 315 acres of powerboat-free, pristine water. It became an ACA camp in 1933 and Olympic trials were held here in 1936.

15 acres surrounded by water on 3 sides 

21 cabins, including 4 for short-term rent – available to all ACA members 

9 tent platforms 

1 campsite with room for up to 3 tents – available for nightly rent by all ACA members 

Bathhouse with toilets and showers 

Lodge with books and games 

Outdoor pavilion with ping pong and a porch with sunset views 

Picnic areas 

Swim area with lifeguards in summer – and a shallow area for youngsters 

Boat docks 

Check out Rental Cabins for overnight stays.

Activities

Frequent camp activities include: 

  • Canoe and kayak instruction 
  • Flatwater sprint training 
  • Canoe Sailing races and instruction 
  • Recreational paddling 
  • Swimming 
  • Fishing 
  • Hiking 
  • Children’s events – swimming, canoeing, kayaking, crafts 
Check out our Events calendar for upcoming activities.