EST: 1950

1601 Sweeney Street

North Tonawanda, NY  14120

Camp Director: Justin Besch


716-743-8033 (Camp Season)

716-693-2307 (Off Season)



July 6th -August 14th

8am -5pm (M-F)

Campers must be dropped off before 9am. Nobody will be admitted after 9am. This also means no visitors.


Membership Open to:  

Ages 6-12



All campers must provide updated immunization records and return the membership application with a doctors signature (page 2) to be fully registered.

Each registration form must also include a list of adults authorized to pick the child. We will not release a child to anyone other than the parent, or authorized adult with photo ID.

Completed applications must now be submitted via email or can be dropped off or mailed to our Newman Clubhouse Attn: Camp Registration , 325 Franklin St., Tonawanda, NY 14150. Payment will be requested upon confirmation of application completion.


Methods of payment:

Credit/Debit Card, Check, or Money Order. Cash will not be accepted at this time due to the current pandemic.

Activities Include: 

Fishing & games

Arts & crafts

Sports & recreation

Field Trips & off site activities

Special guests, events & much more!



Email us at: 

or Call us at:


Mon-Fri 10am -2pm or 6pm-8pm


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