Sabattis Adventure Camp

Sabattis Adventure Camp

Sabattis Adventure Camp

Sabattis Adventure Camp



At the Patriots’ Path Council Service Center
in Cedar Knolls, NJ
on Saturday May 12, 2018
from Noon to 3 PM
no registration necessary

Camp Employment

Join Camp Staff and make summer
memories that will last a lifetime!

Long Lake, NY
4 week-long sessions July 8, 2018 ~ August 4, 2018

FORMS & RESOURCES Sabattis Adventure Camp

BEFORE CAMP  medical record, guides, online roster (troops/crews), Youth Protection Training.
DURING CAMP: directions, camp map, dining hall menu, merit badges.
AFTER CAMP: replacement blue cards, child care camp receipts.

Sabattis Adventure Camp

Sabattis Adventure Camp offers both a resident camp program where patrols are responsible for their own meals and an accredited high-adventure Adirondack Trek program with guided canoeing or hiking trek in Adirondack Park.

Sabattis is located in the heart of Adirondack Park near Long Lake, N.Y., and covers more than 1,250 acres with a 250-acre lake surrounded by wilderness. Sabattis has been providingadventures to Scouts and Venturers from all over the Northeast since 1957.

Resident Camp

Our residential camp program offers Scouts a chance to have fun and work on merit badges, personal advancementand patrol/troop advancement. Our schedule is different from many traditional Boy Scout camps.

  • Morning: Merit badges and advancement
  • Afternoon: Choice of many fun programs
Provisional Camp Troop Resident Camping

Our Provisional Camp Troop program allows an overnight opportunity for Scouts who can’t go to camp with their troop, or those who want more camp time. These Scouts can work on more merit badges or just enjoy our programs. The camp provides adult leaders with many years of troop experience. The camp will place your son with an available troop.

Patrol-Style Cooking

All meals at Sabattis are prepared in traditional patrol style on camp stoves or over open fires. Our camp commissary provides all of the food and meal preparation instructions. “No cook” options are available for breakfast and lunch. At every meal, patrol leader and senior patrol leader leadership skills are put to the test. Scouts learn so much from meal set-up, preparation, cooking and clean-up that on future adventures, their level of maturity and preparedness is markedly improved.

Large Secluded Campsites

The campsites provide an awe-inspiring location for your units’ summer camp. Wake to the sounds of loons calling across the lake. Each campsite includes a water spigot, a latrine with a washstand, a flag pole, a bear-proof storage box, trailer parking, and a bulletin board. Patrols are provided with a picnic table, dining fly, patrol box, 3 pans for dish washing, and a burn barrel. Patrols provide tents, cooking gear and other desired equipment.


While at Sabattis, take advantage of the many activities we have to offer! Merit badges are available, as well as COPE, climbing, rifle, archery, swimming, boating, canoeing, sailing, kayaks, and fun-yaks. Other programs include the morning polar bear swim, BSA Lifeguard, Snorkeling BSA, Mile Swim BSA, Safe Swim Defense/Safety Afloat training and 29’ War Canoes.

Operation Zero

Registration has filled for Operation Zero 2018.
Op. Zero is a cold weather camping experience like no other. Check out the Operation Zero page for more information!

Find Out More

Sabattis Adventure Camp
1745 Sabattis Road
Long Lake, NY 12847
(518)554-4030 (in season)

Camping Director
Keith Dlugosz
(973)765-9322 x412

Camping Services
Richard Hawkins • (973)765-9322 x225

Trek Director
Ian Craig

The Warren Wheeler Adventureship is available to help families who need help covering the camp costs.