Aerial view of Pathfinder Island
From 1914, steam trains provided the only access.
Boys arrived by train for decades. Today, Pathfinder boys arrive at a mainland dock via motorcoach, car or van from homes and airports across the northeast.
Our Motorboat Dock, where all boys are welcomed to the Island on the Big Moment!
Arrival days start with a personal welcome right at the dock by a boy's own counselor
Happy to be back at camp!
When we're not doing Island activities, you can find us in the TP planning trips
Two or three staff live with 6-8 boys.
Cree Row, tents where Cree campers stay for the summer
A look inside Lodge IIW in 1960.
To the Upper Kingdom, where more seasoned campers reside
View from the Flagpole- Davis Island in the distance.
All meals are served family-style and prepared in camp by our own chefs
A full-camp view of the Dining Hall