The Outdoor Sporting Program at Frost Valley provides nature enthusiasts access to thousands of acres of forest, fields, lakeshore, riverbeds, and trails to experience the freedom of the outdoors. Dedicated to fostering the stewardship of the earth and our natural resources (water, wildlife, forest, and soil), this program invites participants to join Frost Valley in enjoying and protecting the land in our care. Recently, Frost Valley has announced several outdoor events for the spring and fall that allow our community members to enjoy and stay safe in the great outdoors. These events are open to all individuals and families, whether or not they are enrolled in Frost Valley’s Outdoor Sporting Program.

Frost Valley’s annual Maple Syrup Open House will take place from 10:00am to 4:00pm on March 17, 18, 24, and 25, 2018.  Guests can attend any day of this event free of charge, with no advanced registration necessary. Join Frost Valley in the sap house to learn the entire tree-to-table process and of course – taste delicious samples!

A spring Hunter Safety course will take place at Frost Valley on April 21 and a bow hunter safety course April 22, 2018.

The Fall Hunter Safety course will take place October 27 with the bow hunter course on October 28. For these courses, registration is though NYS DEC and classes fill quickly. Those interested are welcome to register for one or both courses online at: www.dec.ny.gov/outdoor/7860.html

Don’t forget! Frost Valley’s Spring Break Camp will be here before you know it!

NEW THIS YEAR: a horseback riding camp, offered at Frost Valley’s East Valley Ranch location. The program will allow for plenty of time with the horses as well as Frost Valley’s signature values-based camp activities. Bussing for the horse program and the program at main camp is available. Call 845-985-2291 or email info@frostvalley.org for more information.

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Frost Valley YMCA is a 5,500-acre, year-round camp - There's something for everyone here in the Valley. From group and family retreats to sleepaway camps to horse camps to teambuilding, we've got you covered. School groups love taking a three-night field trip to explore the natural world and learn about the environment and their classmates. Family weekends are the perfect getaway for the young and the young at heart. Teambuilding retreats afford corporate, collegiate, religious, and other groups the opportunity to challenge themselves and effectively work toward common goals. In the summertime we're where kids and teens gain independence, explore the world, and make lifelong friends through various camps such as traditional sleepaway camp, farm camp, horse camp, adventure trips, Bear Grylls Survival camp, and day camp. Call (845)985-2291 or email info@frostvalley.org to learn more today!

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