Adventure Center, named after the Native American word meaning
“mountainous country,” is located in the foothills of the Catskills
Mountain Range. Amahami is our largest and most remote camp, offering
the greatest variety in lodging, from modern troop bunkhouses, to
cabins, to platform tent units. Home to over 450 acres, its own lake,
hiking trails and an amazing retired DEC fire tower (the highest point
in Broome County!), Amahami has something to offer every girl. Amahami
Adventure Center is one of our locations for girls to experience
“classic camp,” meaning girls have ample opportunities to try all of
the activities that make going to Girl Scout summer camp so special,
such as archery, GaGa Ball, swimming and boating, and hiking!
Adventure Center is located just north of Ithaca, nestled in New
York’s famous Finger Lakes Region. Girls have ample opportunities to
try all the activities that make going to Girl Scout summer camp so
special, like swimming in the dazzling lake, fishing for that elusive
big catch, hiking through the woods to discover hidden waterfalls,
feeling the pride of hitting the target at the archery range, and
finding their inner artist during arts and crafts!
Adventure Camp is located on the outskirts of the gorgeous Adirondack
Park. This property is the hub for all high adventure trips and
travel, while also offering activities for girls of all levels,
featuring swimming in our private lake, boating, fishing and the
chance to climb “The Iceberg” (our own floating rock wall).
Whether you’re sending your daughter away to camp for the first time
or the 12th time, you’ll probably have questions! We want your
daughter to have the best camp experience ever. Below is a list of the
most frequently asked questions and their answers.
If your question is not listed, please feel free to contact Mandi
Miller, Camp Director at Comstock and Amahami or Beth Jennings, Camp
Director at Trefoil.
Download our 2017 Resident Camp Guide.
Is Girl Scout camp right for you? To read a brochure from the NYS
Health Department outlining the rights and responsibilities of
campers, camp operators, and parents, please click here.