The Susquehannock Camps

Susquehannock for Girls & Susquehannock for Boys: Two Programs, One Philosophy

Since 1905, The Susquehannock Camps have used sports and other activities to develop confident, resilient, independent, happy, young girls and boys.

Operating as brother and sister camps, these independent programs run across a breathtaking 1500-acre campus located in the Endless Mountains in northeastern Pennsylvania, each having its own individual traditions campers hold dear.

Its experienced, all-star staff runs a program designed to engender self-reliance, self-confidence, sportsmanship, and leadership. Children take part in ten different team sports and two individual sports. They will also be involved in other activities including overnight camping, zip lining, lake activities, swimming, arts & crafts, cabin skits, and other fun events. Campers embrace tolerance and respect for others, learn how to deal gracefully with conflict, develop a sense of fair play, create life-long friendships, and discover their own potential.

Camp Director Jeff Bell Answers All of Your Questions About Camp Susquehannock in An Interview with NBC Sports

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