Millbrook, NY Summer Camps

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Camp Ramah In The Berkshires
Wingdale, NY 12594  
Aquatic Activities, Arts and Crafts
 
 
Hillcroft Day Camp
Billings, NY 12510  
Archery, Arts and Crafts, Ceramics/Pottery
 
 
Young Judaea Sprout Lake
Verbank, NY 12585  
Arts and Crafts, Challenge/Rope Courses
 
 
Camp Dunnabeck At Kildonan
Amenia, NY  
Special Needs Camps: Dyslexia
 
 
Camp Siwanoy
Wingdale, NY  
Traditional Camps
 

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About Millbrook, NY

Millbrook is a village in Dutchess County, New York, United States. It is often said to be a "low-key version of the Hamptons" and one of the wealthiest towns in New York State. As of the 2010 Census, Millbrook's population was 1,452. Millbrook is located in the Hudson Valley, an hour and thirty minute drive upstate of New York City. On its main street, Franklin Avenue, many of the village's main eateries, stores, and landmarks including the public library, can be found. Millbrook was settled by Quakers in the middle eighteenth century. What now comprises the village originally had two areas of settlement, Hart's Village and the hamlet of Mechanic. The area known as Hart's Village was centered around the grist mill along the East Branch of the Wappinger Creek off of Hart's Village Road. The building still stands today, and has been converted to an apartment building. The Hamlet of Mechanic is now known as South Millbrook, and is located near the junction of NY route 343 and Old Route 82 , where the turn monument is. The village is from the Great Nine Partners Patent, and a street and burial ground at the south east edge of town now bear the name. Prior to the Revolutionary War, what is now known as the Town of Washington was called the Charlotte Precinct. The Village of Millbrook, as it is...