Santanoni was built for Robert and Anna Pruyn of Albany beginning in 1892. The estate eventually included 12,900 acres and nearly four-dozen buildings. Since 1972 the Santanoni Preserve has been owned by New York State. It is on the National Register of Historic Places, and is a National Historic Landmark. AARCH has long been associated with the protection, interpretation and restoration of this regional treasure.Before you head to Newcomb, plan trip itinerary details with our user-friendly Newcomb holiday planning app, to make sure you see all that Newcomb has to offer, including Camp Santanoni.
How YOU Can Help:
In 1997, AARCH helped to create the Friends of Camp Santanoni, in order to provide long-term financial and volunteer support for conservation, interpretation, and public use of Camp Santanoni. The Friends is a partnership of non-profit organizations, the Town of Newcomb, the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation, and the thousands of people who love this special place and believe in its preservation and use for public education, recreation, and inspiration. The Friends of Camp Santanoni operates under the auspices of Adirondack Architectural Heritage (AARCH) through an "Adopt-a-Natural Resource" Agreement with NYSDEC.
Members of the Friends of Camp Santanoni:
*Provide financial support for the preservation and interpretation of Camp Santanoni
*Are invited to be part of volunteer work projects at the camp
*Receive discounts on Santanoni publications and merchandise
*Attend special Friends events free
*Receive the Friends newsletter
All contributions to the Friends of Camp Santanoni are tax deductible and are used solely towards preservation, interpretation and educational programs at the camp. For more information, contact AARCH at 518-834-9328 or visit http://aarch.org/santanoni/help.html
Camp Santanoni reviews
Exceptional Great Camp! One of the best Designed, you have to visit this place! Ride a bike ! Pack a lunch, take a wagon ride. more »
Santanoni is a great camp that was rescued from neglect and near collapse. It has a very unique architectural style. You can hike, bike, ski or snowshoe back to the main house, or it is really fun..... more »
Absolutely stunning place with a ton of history. 10 mile round trip hike on the old camp road. We started a bit late but still made it out there and back by 5pm.
This has been a very long time favorite of my wife's family growing up. Now, my wife and I are continuing the tradition with our family and friends. We enjoyed a nice hike back the farm on a good summer day.
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