AHRC NYC - Camp Anne

UPDATED: June 8, 2022

A fun-filled, loving, nurturing, and safe environment for children and adults who require various levels of support, and who may also have physical and/or medical needs.


Camp Anne offers a structured, yet relaxed, atmosphere for children and adults who function in the moderate, severe and profound ranges of disabilities.  Campers enjoy a traditional summer camp experience: arts, boating, cooking, crafts, dance, music, nature, sports, swimming - all under careful staff direction in a fun environment in the Berkshire region.

Our emphasis is on promoting independence in daily living skills, increasing communication, increasing self-confidence and improving appropriate social interaction. Our staff is challenged to promote each camper's ability to communicate, interact and increase independence in daily living skills through participation in carefully supervised traditional summer camp experiences. These include arts and crafts, boating, dance, music, nature, sports, swimming, and other camp-wide events.


The camp has six camper cabins situated on 40 acres of fenced-in grounds. The ratio of camper to the counselor is one to one, two to one, or at a maximum, three to one, depending on individual needs.

Camp Anne offers three eleven day sessions for adults, (ages 21-59), and two eleven day sessions for children, (ages 5-20).  Each session accommodates over 100 campers. Chartered bus transportation is available at no extra cost to each participant.


For more information on AHRC Camping Programs or to apply for a program, please contact AHRC New York City's Referral and Information Center at 212-780-4491 and someone will contact you.

Activities at Camp Anne

Camp Anne has an exciting and varied program to choose from that includes traditional camp activities and specialized activity areas. Activities are differentiated according to the needs of the individual. Activities include:

  • Swimming at the pool
  • Boating on the lake
  • Horse riding
  • Sports such as basketball, soccer, baseball
  • Arts and crafts
  • Drama and theater games
  • Playground activities
  • Nature activities
  • Languages:
  • English
  • Insurances Accepted:
  • Call for Fee
  • N/A


228 Four Corners Road
Ancramdale, NY 12503
United States





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