We encourage families and campers to keep in touch through letter-writing and our email system. Please reserve phone calls for emergency use only. Receiving mail is a very special part of the camper’s day at camp. Mail typically takes about three days to get from home to camp. You may want to consider posting a letter a day or two before your camper leaves for camp so that she will have a letter to read early in the week. Also consider sending young campers with pre-addressed and stamped envelopes. Campers can purchase postcards and postage at Tuck Shop. Campers may receive care packages, but please do not send food.

The mailing address is:

(Camper’s Name)
Camp Cedarbrook in the Adirondacks
59 Davignon Rd
Corinth, NY 12822


Contact via Email

You may email your camper one way using CampGrams (through CampDoc) email for a small service fee. Campers receive a printed copy of your email. Email containing inappropriate language will not be delivered. All mail and emails are delivered once a day after lunch.

Technology is extremely useful, but we see time at camp is a great way to get away from the distractions of everyday life. For that reason we allow campers to communicate with their families only through letters and the CampGrams email system. Telephones and computers are not available for camper use. For special circumstances, our Division Directors or Nurse will contact you if something needs to be discussed. If your family has an emergency, telephone the Director to reach your camper.

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