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While Guggenheim is getting a little work done, we are excited to be able to offer a few day events this July 2021. Whether you’re a seasoned camper or someone who has never heard of Camp Guggenheim before, a Guggenheim Summer Fun Day is for you!   Bring your friends! Choose your day to attend.  July 30th for 12 to 15 year old’s and, July 31st is for 16 to 18 year old’s.  We have a bunch of great stuff planned for you.  From swimming to Super Scavenger Hunt, Beach Luau, youth focused Liturgy and more!  You are guaranteed a great day at Camp Guggenheim.  We will provide snacks and drinks.  Please bring your own bag lunch. You will also need to bring a bathing suit, towel, sunscreen, and bug spray.  The fee to attend is: $15.00 per day event.  Check in time is 9:30am to 10:00am and pick up time is 5:30pm.

COVID-19 VACCINATION REQUIRED TO ATTEND

You must be vaccinated for the COVID-19 virus to attend and participate in a Guggenheim Summer Fun Day.  You are consider vaccinated 14 days from your single shot vaccine or 14 days after your completed series of Pfizer of Moderna vaccine.  Proof of vaccination will be required during registration.  Masks and social distancing are not required for vaccinated individuals as per NYSDOH and CDC guidelines.  This means your vaccinated camper and our trained and vaccinated staff will be able to have a safe, and fun day at Guggenheim. 

If you have any registration or requirement questions, please contact,Jeannie Grizzuto, Youth Office Administrator at: jgrizzuto@rcdony.org or 315-393-2920 ext. 1413

 Parents, need something to do while your teens are spending the day at camp?  Here are a few suggestions you may want to consider while you are spending the day in Saranac Lake/Lake Placid.  Try mixing and matching activities!

1.  Visit St. Bernard’s church in Saranac Lake or St. Agnes church in Lake Placid.
2.   How about an easy hiking adventure?  A few that we like are:
                   a.  Baker Mountain Trail Head – 189 Forest Hill Ave, Saranac Lake NY (Easy to find and a great little hike)
                   b.  Bloomingdale Bog Hiking Trail - 1949 NY-86, Saranac Lake, NY 12983(Wide trails surrounded by beauty)
                   c.  Walking or hiking the village of Saranac Lake trail. 
3.  Dining – Well, there are a plethora of dining options to explore between Saranac Lake and Lake Placid.  From enjoying cool drinks on an open-air deck to, elegant affairs.  The ADK has it all.  Here are few we like.
                   a.  Saranac Lake – Hotel Saranac, Blue Line Brewery, La Bella Ristorante, Red Fox Restaurant, Fiddlehead Bistro and                                      Donnelly’s for homemade ice cream.
                   b.  Lake Placid – Dancing Bear(High Peaks Resort), Smoke Signals, Redneck Bistro, and Jimmy’s 21 Lake Side Italian                                        Restaurant.
4.  Shopping – Lots of shopping opportunities in Lake Placid.  Don’t forget your favorite bonus miles credit card!
5.  Mini Golf – Boots and Birdies is a Western themed family fun center located in Lake Placid.  1991 Saranac Avenue, Lake Placid New York
6.  Swimming and Kayak/Canoe
                  a.  Saranac Lake Village Beach – Moir Road Saranac Lake NY
                  b.  Lake Placid Public Beach – Parkside Drive Lake Placid NY
7.  Spa and Self Care
                  a.  The Spa and Salon at High Peaks Resort – Lake Placid NY
                                                             i.      www.highpeaksresort.com/spa-salon 
                  b.  The Spa at Whiteface Lodge – Lake Placid NY
                                                             i.      www.thewhitefacelodge.com/spa