Camp Forms

Camp Forms

Below you can click the links to download various forms and lists that are sent home before and during your child’s session at summer camp.
Please contact us at (800) 982-3538 with any questions or if you would like a hard copy sent to you prior to the start of your child’s summer camp session.

All of these forms must be filled out PRIOR to your child arriving at Camp so that we can administer on-camp and/or off-camp health care to your child during the summer camp season!

Camper Health Form

Physician’s Form



Meningitis Information Form

Community Health Center Patient Forms

Head Lice Awareness & Info Sheet

Summer Camp Information

Need help getting organized for summer camp?
Click the links below to download essential information about summer camp at Pok-O-MacCready!  

Camper Information Sheet

fill out this sheet for transportation, spending account, etc.

Directions to Elmsford Bus Location

map & directions for summer camp bus pick-up/drop-off

Safety at Summer Camp

some helpful tips for your child to have a safe and healthy summer

Packing for Summer Camp

a list of what to bring (and NOT bring!) to summer camp this year

Parents’ Guide to Pok-O-MacCready

everything you need to know about summer camp at Pok-O

Summer Camp Event Calendar 2018

what’s happening this summer at camp, schedules and events!

Contact Us

To find out more about Pok-O-MacCready camps, contact us directly:

Email: [email protected]

Phone: (518) 963-7656
Fax: (518) 963-4165

Where to Find Us


Pok-O-MacCready Camps
1391 Reber Road, Willsboro, NY 12996

Located in New York’s Adirondack Mountains

800.982.3538 (within the U.S.)
[email protected]


Pok-O-MacCready sits on a peninsula on
Long Pond in New York’s Adirondack
Park, just minutes from Lake Champlain.
Our campus contains over 400 acres of
woods and fields along two miles of
scenic waterfront surrounded by gentle
peaks – a perfect place to do any of the
countless activities camp offers!

Our boys camp is the longest running camp under
the continual ownership of one family
in the United States. What started as
an education and recreational summer
experience for a few young men has now
become a flourishing co-educational
camp for 300 campers each summer.

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