SCOUTING LINKS (CONTINUED)
AREA SCOUT CAMPS (CONTINUED)
Durland Scout Reservation - A 1400 acre camp operated by Westchester-Putnam Council in Putnam Valley, NY.
Camp Nooteeming - Founded in 1926, this Hudson Valley Council camp is located in Salt Point, Dutchess County, NY. Year-round weekend camping facilities include cabins, leantos, and tent sites.
Onteora Scout Reservation - Theodore Roosevelt Council's summer camp is also available for weekend camping during the year. Locate in the Catskills near Livingston Manor, NY.. For information, clip on the camp tab on the council's home page and download the Onteora Mini Guide PDF.
William H. Pouch Scout Camp - GNYC short term camp on Staten Island.
Quail Hill Scout Reservation - The camp operated by Monmouth Council and is located near Freehold, NJ. It is also the starting point for the 11 mile Battle of Monmouth Historical Trail run by Na Tsi Hi Lodge. A trail medal, patch, and mug are available to those who complete the trail.
Ernest Thompson Seton Scout Reservation - The camp operated by Greenwich Council (CT).
Ten Mile River Scout Camps - The official GNYC site for TMR containing everything about the TMR program.
Camp TriMount - Rip Van Winkle Council's camp located in the heart of the Catskills at East Jewett, NY. The camp offers unique winter camping possibilities that can be customized for districts or units.
Appalachian Trail Conference - Official site for the AT, a marked footpath of over 2100 miles that runs from Maine to Georgia. Over 160 miles of the AT is in New York and New Jersey.
Manhattan Historical Trails - Two historical trails, maintained by Man-A-Hattin Lodge, in the heart of the city. The Old New York Trail is virtually all street hiking on the southern part of the island, while the Revolutionary War Trail covers the far north and Washington's escape route to White Plains after the Continental Army's defeat on Long Island.
New York - New Jersey Trail Conference - Organization of hiking clubs and environmental groups that, among other things, construct and maintain marked trails in the two states. Get information on the Appalachian Trail, Long Path, Palisades, etc.
Palisades Historical Trails - A set of two trails, one above the cliffs (the beginning of the Long Path - aqua blaze) and one on the shore of the Hudson (Shore Trail - white blaze) that travel from the George Washington Bridge to Camp Alpine (NNJC). These trails are sponsored by the Northern New Jersey Council. An historical trail patch is available for hiking either, and a trail medal is available for hiking both. The trails are closed from December through February for safety.