Boy Scout Camping

Located in the Adirondack Park of Upstate New York, Sabattis Scout Reservation offers a summer program “to Remember” – far away from city lights and noises.  At Sabattis Scout Reservation and the James “Marmaduke” Seton Trek Center, we offer so many program opportunities that your Scouts won’t be able to do everything during their stay!

Sabattis Scout Reservation

Named after Mitchell Sabattis, the Sabattis Scout Camp is located on over 2,000 acres in the heart of the Adirondack Park. It offers the premier wilderness camping experience in the northeast United States. Sabattis is a traditional full featured patrol cooking camp with immediate access to 1,000,000+ acres of state land for hiking and canoeing. An aerial view of the camp near the bottom of the camp history shows the camp area.

2017 Brochure coming in the Fall.

James “Marmaduke” Seton Trek Center

The James “Marmaduke” Seton Trek Center, located at Sabattis Scout Reservation, offers true high adventure opportunities.  We are ready to fully equip your canoe or backpacking trip with canoes, tents, PFD’s, food, guides, and stoves/fuel.  If high adventure is calling your older Scouts, let them answer it at the Marmaduke Trek Center.

Adirondack Guide to Adventure 2016

Welcome to Trekking at Sabattis Scout Reservation

What to bring

Both our Summer Camp and Trek Programs are operating the following weeks in 2017

Week 1:  July 2nd – July 8th
Week 2:  July 9th – July 15th
Week 3:  July 16th – July 22nd
Week 4:  July 23rd – July 29th
Week 5:  July 30th – August 5th

Click here for a printable map of Sabattis Scout Camp.

For Scout Leaders:

Sabattis Leader Guide 2017 coming in the Fall

New for 2017 coming in the Fall

OA Week of Cheerful Service

Sabattis Roads

Personal Protection From Ticks

Program Opportunities at Sabattis

Quality merit badge programming is only one small part of the Sabattis Scout Camp experience. We also offer a number of Outpost Programming opportunities. During your stay at our camp, take a canoe trip down Low’s Lake to Hitchen’s Pond, climb the breathtaking Graves Mountain, Low’s Ridge or Lookout Mountain or load your entire troop into our canoes for an afternoon and evening of fun and excitement on any of our three islands on Low’s Lake for an overnight your troop or crew won’t soon forget. Sabattis has its own fleet of mountain bikes, our popular Challenge Valley where you’ll work on team building and get DIRTY, and loads of opportunities for your troop or crew to design their own programs for your week at camp. And, there’s a whole lot more! These programs are of interest to your younger and older Scouts alike. Don’t miss out on these incredible programs which are often the highlights of a Scout’s stay in camp!

Sabattis Trading Post Pre-Order

Sabattis has a T-Shirt and Hoodie Trading Post Pre-Order!  Download, fill out, and submit the linked order form by May 15th and you will have your order when you check in to Sabattis this summer.  If you are not attending Sabattis, you can still place an order which will be available at the Council Office by July.  After May 15th, purchases are only available at the Sabattis Trading Post.

T-Shirt Pre-Order form coming in January.

Fall Camping Site Information and weekend rates for Sabattis Scout Reservation

Fillable Sabattis Scout Reservation Weekend Unit Reservation Form

Sites Available                                    Fee Scout Groups       Non Scout Groups

Spruces                                                       $50.00                               $75.00

Ground Pines                                           $50.00                                $75.00

Tanglebush                                               $50.00                                $75.00

Poplars                                                       $50.00                                $75.00

Whippoorwill                                          $50.00                                $75.00

Latrines are located in each Site. No equipment or amenities will be furnished and must be supplied by your group. Please bring your own water. Water is available for refills (See Camp Ranger for water point access). This is a pack in and pack out camping experience. Violations will result in loss of future reservations for your Unit or group.

Cut Firewood is not available at camp. We encourage you to collect and burn downed (cutting down trees is prohibited) wood around your campsite which helps keep sites neat and tidy. If you bring your own firewood, NYS DEC firewood transportation rules are in effect.

2016 Fall Weekend Reservation Schedule:

August 26-28

September 9-11

September 16-18

September 23-25

September 30-October 2

October 7-9

October 14-16

October 21-23   

The Beaver and Camp Alumni Corner

Thank you 2016 Sabattis Beavers for all of your hard work and support!!! See you June 2-4, 2017.

Donation Needs-Sabattis Beavers

If you wish to help support programs at Sabattis Scout Reservation and have some items you want to donate, we would like your support. See the list below of currently needed items.

If you wish to help support programs at Sabattis Scout Reservation and would like to lend a volunteer hand at Sabattis Beaver Weekend June 2-4, 2017, we would like your help. Please take a moment to complete and submit the talent and skills survey so we may maximize our efforts. Watch for the list of projects for 2017.

Beaver Talent Survey

2017 Needs List Coming In The Fall of 2016

Sabattis Beaver T-Shirt Pre-Order:

2017 Pre-Order Coming in January of 2017

Greetings 2016 Sabattis Staff and members of the Camp Alumni Committee.  Attached is our first issue of the Longhouse Council Camp Alumni Times.  We are excited to provide you with the newsletter to keep you in the loop regarding new programs at both Sabattis Scout Reservation and Camp Woodland that will be put in place in the next year.  We have also attached our 2016 dues membership form if you would like to join our Committee as a dues paying member.

We look forward to seeing you at Camp this summer.


Camp Alumni Times Vol 1 Nbr 1
Brian G. Bay

Longhouse Council

Camp Alumni Committee Chair