Camp Cory is the premier summer destination for overnight camping in the beautiful Finger Lakes region. Camp Cory builds friendships and allows campers to expand their talents in a fun and safe setting. We are dedicated to providing each camper with a sense of connection, accomplishment and independence, which in turn builds self-esteem and confidence.

Financial Assistance is available to help as many children as possible have the Camp Cory experience. More information will be available through the Parent Dashboard January 2015.

Summer 2015 Session Dates and Themes
Session 1 - June 28 - July 4 "Australian Outback"
Session 2 - July 5 - 11 "The Court of Cory: a Medieval Week"
Session 3 -  July 12 - 18 "Villains Victorious"
Session 4 -  July 19 - 25 "Wild Wild West Week"
Session 5 -  July 26 - August 1 "Rarities of the Rainforest"
Session 6 -  August 2 - 8 "Fantastic Fairy Tales"
Session 7 -  August 9 - 15 "Mysteries and Private Eyes"
Session 8 -  August 16 - 22 "Mythical Myths and Legendary Legends"

Traditional Camp: For over 90 years, Camp Cory has been providing experiences that create lifelong memories. Campers, ages 7 – 15, in our Traditional Camp program build their summer however they like, attending camp from one to eight weeks. Once at camp, campers are immersed in the traditions of Camp Cory, the spirit of the different villages and all the activities Camp Cory has to offer. 
Sailing Camp: One of Camp Cory’s longest running traditions is our Sailing Program! Campers (age 12-15) will live in Maijgren Village and spend their mornings learning all the fundamentals of sailing. Days split between land classes, water drills and competitive races give the campers a well rounded sailing experience. All abilities are welcome, from the novice to the advanced racer. In the afternoon, campers have the choice of recreational sail or they may participate in any number of Camp Cory’s traditional camp activities.
Leadership Program: Leadership development is a cornerstone of the Camp Cory tradition, and we believe that you are never too old to find your place at camp. Our programs offer a variety of hands-on challenges and fun activities to promote young, responsible leaders.
  • CIT (Counselor in Training):Candidates for the Counselor in Training Program must have their parent or guardian enroll them through the parent dashboard for the CIT program in either weeks 1-4 or 4-7. After their enrollment is processed, the CIT candidate will be mailed an application. Once the Camp Office has received the CIT's completed application, and interview will be scheduled. Candidates must be 16 or 17 years old by the start of their program to apply.
  • LIT (Leader in Training): The Leader in Training Program is designed to give teens a two week introduction to the leadership program and form a solid foundation of strong camping skills. These skills include High Ropes, Teambuilding and Outdoor Education. LIT is offered during weeks 2-3 and weeks 6-7 and must be 15 years old by the start of their program to apply.
Mini Camp: Camp Cory offers Mini-Camps for young campers (age 7-10) looking to spend just three nights at camp. This program emphasizes low camper to staff ratios, exposure to many activities and great fun. Mini-campers arrive Sunday, prior to the general check-in, and stay until Wednesday evening.
Waterski Lessons: Campers (ages 12-15) who register for Waterski Lessons spend one period each day learning to ski, tube, wake or knee board. Led by a team of certified and experienced waterfront specialists, campers will navigate Keuka Lake on well maintained ski boats, with a focus on safety and fun.
KAG: Keuka Adventure Guides: Keuka Adventure Guides is a program which teaches campers technical outdoor skills, leadership and a love for the outdoors. This two night trip will help campers get better connected to the outdoors and build confidence through developing new skills. Counselors in this program will teach campers how to pack for an overnight camping trip, master outdoor cooking, and learn as much about the outdoors as possible.