Brant Lake Camp is located in New York’s Adirondack State Park about four hours driving time north of New York City.
- From the South (New York City or Boston areas), take Interstate 87 (The Northway) north from Albany.
(If you are using the NY State Thruway to reach the Albany area you will take Exit 24 off the thruway to access I-87.)
- Once on I-87 continue north approximately 75 miles to Exit 25 (Chestertown, Hague, Brant Lake) to Route 8.
- Make right on Route 8 (East) and continue for approximately 6.2 miles through the town of Brant Lake, past the Point ‘O Pines Camp for girls and Sunset Mountain Lodge, to Brant Lake Camp on the right.
- You will see a stone arch on your right immediately followed by a stone entrance pillar and the entrance road to camp.
BLC may be reached by Adirondack Trailways departing from the Port Authority in NYC to Chestertown, which is about 10 minutes from camp.
Trains leave from Penn Station in New York City and travel as far north as Fort Edward which is 10 minutes from Glens Falls and about 45 minutes south of BLC.
The closest airport to BLC is in Albany, NY (1.5 hours). Other airports in proximity to BLC: Montreal, Canada (2.5 hours); Burlington, VT (2 hours); New York, NY – JFK – (4.5 hours); Newark, NJ (4.5 hours)