Campers are members of one of our five "villages" based on their gender and school grade. Each village is supervised by a mature and experienced Unit Head who supervises the counselors and campers living there. At least two senior counselors supervise each bunk. An average bunk has 10 campers.
Cayuga is the home to our boys entering grades 3-6. These feature large lighted decks and attached bathrooms. Counselors live in the cabins with their campers.
Our youngest girls, entering grades 3-6, live in roomy cabins with their counselors. These cabins have bathrooms attached. Onondaga is centrally located near both the dining hall, waterfront, and program areas.
Overlooking Seneca Lake, Mohawk boys, entering grades 7-9, live in large cabins in a wooded setting. Mohawk is just a minute walk to the waterfront activities and has its own recreation building for indoor activities. Mohawk is also a minute walk from the M-field where the village plays its softball league games.
Nestled in a beautiful wooded area overlooking the lake and recently renovated, Seneca girls, entering grades 7-9, live in spacious cabins just a short distance from our Drama building and waterfront. Their recreation cabin has a large porch overlooking a beautiful view of Seneca Lake.
Senior Campers, entering grade 10, live in four person platform tents with electricity. Located quite a distance from the rest of camp, Senior Campers bring mountain bikes to travel to other areas of camp. The village overlooks Seneca Lake and is a minute walk to the Waterfront. Tusc has its own recreational building called Susie's Place (or the T-rec).