The Susquehannock Camps have encouraged the moral, social, and physical development of young campers since 1905. Through a combination of athletics, adventure activities, family-style dining, and cabin life, campers create life-long friendships and discover their own potential. Campers embrace tolerance and respect for others, learn how to deal gracefully with conflict, and develop a sense of fair play.
Camp Susquehannock’s experienced staff runs a program designed to engender self-reliance, self-confidence, sportsmanship, and leadership. Operating as brother and sister camps on a breathtaking 1200-acre campus located in the Endless Mountains in Northeastern Pennsylvania, Camp Susquehannock for Boys and Camp Susquehannock for Girls are independent programs for campers ages 7 to 16 years old. Each camp has its own individual traditions that its campers hold dear. Summer at Susquehannock pays dividends that last a lifetime.