Camp Huguenot

Discover a fun-filled summer on Historic Huguenot Street!


Campers are invited to discover, explore, and experience Historic Huguenot Street, where they will learn about the site, its unique history, and the individuals who settled New Paltz over 300 years ago. 

Dates for the 2017 Camp season are July 17 - 21.

Camp runs 9 AM to 3 PM, Monday-Friday.

Camp Huguenot is perfect for children ages 9-12.

Explore a typical day at Camp Huguenot.

Click here to see photos from the 2017 season!

July 17 - 21, 2017 | SOLD OUT

At Camp Huguenot, you won’t just learn about archaeology – you’ll do it!

Campers will work with others, alongside real archaeologists, searching for artifacts left behind by the original Huguenot settlers and the Native Americans who came before them.


Campers will spend time conducting a live dig by excavating, cleaning, and cataloging their archaeological finds. Through these activities they will learn the basic principles and practices of archaeology, as well as its modern day significance and relation to the understanding of past cultures.

Additional time will be spent on historic crafts, indoor and outdoor games, related educational activities, local field trips, and tours of the historic site. The week concludes with a camper-created exhibit of the artifacts found during their dig, which all participants and family members are invited to attend.

Tuition & Fees

General                                                      $300 ($275 if registered before May 1)
Friends of Historic Huguenot Street     $275 ($250 if registered before May 1)

Camp is limited to 12 registrants per week.


To register for camp, please download the Registration Packet and Consent Form and return completed registration, medical, and permission and release forms. Our Parent Information packet contains all the necessary information to prepare your child to attend our camp.

A $100 deposit per camper per week is required upon registering. No camper will be admitted to camp without signed medical, permission, and release forms.

Forms may be returned to:

Historic Huguenot Street
88 Huguenot Street
New Paltz, NY 12561
ATTN: Jennifer Bruntil, School Programming Coordinator

Fax: (845) 255-0376

All Camp Huguenot counselors have passed criminal and child safety background clearances. Each camp week has a maximum enrollment of 12 campers, and Historic Huguenot Street employs 2 full-time camp counselors. The minimum ratio of counselors to campers is 1:4.