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General Information

Welcome to the beautiful splendor of Camp Mark Seven! CM7 is situated on the Fourth Lake in the Adirondack Mountains of upstate New York.

A BIT ABOUT CM7

CM7 is on a beautiful lakefront and provides endless hours of waterfront activities. The Mohawk Lodge, a former turn-of-the-century hotel, has a main  lobby featuring a fireplace and roomy chairs in a relaxing atmosphere.  The large shaded veranda, lined with wood chairs, has a sweeping lakefront view, and it is a great place to read or chat, or enjoy a quiet moment watching the sunrise or sunset. For those who wish to participate in prayer, there is a beautiful chapel overlooking the woods and lake. Diverse programs are offered for Deaf, hard of hearing, and hearing individuals of all ages. CM7 is open to members of all faiths--everyone is welcome. A Catholic Mass is offered for interested individuals when Fr. Tom or a visiting priest is at the Camp. For those who wish to participate in prayer, there is a beautiful chapel overlooking the woods and lake. In order to maintain the beauty of our Camp, CM7 is a smoke-free environment. CM7 is accredited by the American Camping Association. No pets or RV trailers are permitted.

LODGING ACCOMODATIONS and MEALS

Please note that stairs are a prominent feature of this multi-level lodge. Each dorm-style bedroom varies in size and contains two to six twin and/or bunk beds. You may bring your own sheets or sleeping bag and towels, or opt to rent a sheet set for $3.00 each. Meals are provided – breakfast, lunch and supper. Contact the Executive Director or Office Manager regarding fees for meals and room reservations.

ACTIVITIES

Join us for swimming and canoeing, arts & crafts, basketball and tennis. There are many nearby trails for enthusiastic hikers.

CM7 STORE

The CM7 store sells T-shirts, sweatshirts, sweat pants and postcards, either online or at CM7.

WEATHER/WHAT TO WEAR?

A typical summer day is warm, in the 70s, and evenings are cool so bring a variety of clothes. The June months tend to be more cooler (60s) whereas the month of August can go up to the 80s. Clothing can be purchased at the CM7 store if need be.

ACA ACCREDITATION

American Camp Association Accredited LogoCM7 is proud to be accredited by the American Camping Association (ACA) since 1998. Developed exclusively for the camp industry, this nationally recognized program focuses on program quality, health and safety issues. It also requires us to review every facet of our operation. CM7 voluntarily submitted to this independent appraisal done by camp experts and has earned this mark of distinction. Click the logo on above to visit their web site.

The Eleanor P. Eells Award

On December 16, 1999, CM7 was pleased to learn its Youth Program became the recipient of the Eleanor P. Eells Award from the American Camping Association for Innovative Camping and Program Excellence.

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