About Camp Babcock-Hovey

About Camp Babcock-Hovey

Sitting on the eastern shore of Seneca Lake in western New York’s stunning Finger Lakes Region, Camp Babcock-Hovey spans 283 acres of beautiful woodlands, pristine streams, and golden fields. With its half-mile lakeside waterfront, extensive hiking trails, top-grade shooting ranges and 100,000 gallon pool, the Camp and her first-rate staff are always ready to provide an incredible and unforgettable time. With 10 campsites fully equipped with tent platforms and lean-tos,  Babcock-Hovey accommodates and engages every type of camper and meets all ability levels, whether a first-time camper or a seasoned veteran. The camp is fully handicap accessible.

Each year Camp Babcock-Hovey hosts a variety of programs, including traditional Boy Scout Summer Camp, Cub Scout Resident Camp, Eagle Flight, and a host of specialty camps. Year-round facilities are also available to rent for your next weekend adventure, including the state-of-the-art Eagle Lodge.

To see reviews, photos and more, check out our camp page on Facebook.