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Sagamore Historic Adirondack Great Camp in Raquette Lake, New York
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Sagamore Historic Adirondack Great Camp
       
Website www.sagamore.org
Year Established 1897
Program Description Workshops include boat building, music, funiture, painting, woodcarving, outdoor recreation; family & grandparent/grandchild camps.
Program Length 5-10 days
Group Size or S:T Ratio 3-10:1
Program Focus Boat Building, Furniture, Painting, Wood
Costs Include lodging & meals
U.S. Locations Raquette Lake, New York
Months June, July, August, September, October
Contact Karen Russell
Registrar
Sagamore Institute
PO Box 40, Sagamore Rd.
Raquette Lake, NY 13436-0040
United States
Phone: 315-354-5311
Fax: 315-354-5851
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