Greene County, NY Summer Camps

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East Jewett, NY 12424

Harriman Lodge offers an alternative vacation for adults with mild to moderate developmental disabilties.

Camp Type:
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East Jewett, NY
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Hunter, NY
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Gender:
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East Jewett, NY
Camp Type:
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Gender:
Coed
 
 
East Jewett, NY
Camp Type:
Residential Camp
Gender:
Coed
 


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Greene County Statistics

Kaaterskill Falls is in Greene County Greene County is located in southeast central New York State, just west of the Hud.


About Greene County, NY

Greene County is a county located in the U.S. state of New York . Its name is in honor of the American Revolutionary War general Nathanael Greene . Its county seat is Catskill . It is part of the Albany-Schenectady-Troy Metropolitan Statistical Area .

On March 25, 1800, Greene County was created by the partitioning of Albany and Ulster Counties, producing a county of 620 square miles . On April 3, 1801, 90 square miles of land was transferred from Delaware and Ulster Counties, raising the total area to 710 square miles . This transferred Prattsville , Vly Mountain , Halcott Center , Bushnellsville, Highmount, Shandaken , Lanesville, and Pine Hill within Greene County. On May 26, 1812, Greene County lost 20 square miles to Ulster County, lowering the total area to 690 square miles , reassigning Pine Hill, Highmount, and Shandaken to Ulster County. On April 15, 1814, the county borders were re-surveyed, and the line adjusted with no change in area. On April 17, 1822, the border was again surveyed, with no change in area, but Palenville was found to be inside Greene County. On April 23, 1823, the border was again resurveyed, and the Hudson River border with Columbia County realigned accordingly. On March 3, 1836, 30 square miles of area was lost to Schoharie County, reducing the total area to 660 square miles , and reassigning Manorkill, producing the Greene County that exists today.


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