Spring and Fall Family Programming

Camp @ HHome Fall Family Programs 2020

Illuminate Your Path with Camp@HHome

We are excited to announce the theme of this year’s programming – Illuminate Your Path! This year’s theme will serve as the guiding light to help bring the magic of the Double H Ranch to our campers and families. Our alternative and virtual programming will give our campers and families the ability to connect with each other and make camp memories in new ways.

This Fall, spend the weekend connecting with other families and Double H staff, while participating in your favorite camp activities redesigned for home.

Qualifying campers must be between the ages of 5-21 years old with a medical diagnosis of Cancer, Collagen Vascular Disease, CAH, Hemophilia/von Willebrands, Inflammatory Bowel Disease, Immune Disorder/HIV, Mitochondrial Disease, Neuromuscular Disorders or Sickle Cell Anemia.

Each virtual Fall Weekend is made up of two important parts:

@HHome Activities: Access a collection of camp games and activities! Recreate camp classics, including make your own ice cream, or discover new ideas that can be done at home with common household materials. The collection will be updated throughout the fall, so you can find new resources even after your weekend is over.

Virtual Events: Safely connect virtually with families and counselors! Throughout the weekend, Double H staff and volunteers will host a series of virtual camp events. Just like traditional weekends, we’ll kick things off with an opening campfire and end with a talent show.

Click here to find out more about our exciting

Fall programming! 

Family Programs:

General Family Weekend – September 25 – 27, 2020

General/Mitochondrial/Journey’s Family Weekend – October 2 – 4, 2020

(Run in collaboration with the Journey’s Program at Albany Medical Center)

Family Memorial Day with Rosie’s Love – October 10, 2020

Spina Bifida Family Weekend – October 23 – 25, 2020

(Run in collaboration with the Spina Bifida Association of Northeastern New York)

Apply Now For Fall Programming!

Additional Fall Programming:

Bravehearts Weekend, Fall – October 9 – 12, 2020

This program is an oncology camp for women run in collaboration with the Bravehearts Organization. .Women are encouraged to grow in self-confidence and friendship as they share life experiences before and after treatment.
» Visit Bravehearts Camp to learn more!

Cindy’s Comfort Camp – October 16 – 18, 2020
This program is run in collaboration with The Cancer Center at Glens Falls Hospital.  It is designed to serve campers that have lost a loved one.  Children are paired with a Comfort Care Volunteer and participate in guided sessions where they have the chance to talk about their situations and coping mechanisms.  Eligible campers are ages 6-17.
» Call Glens Falls Hospital at 518-926-6640 to learn more and apply!

If you have any questions, please contact Julia Kusnier, Family Coordinator at jkusnier@doublehranch.org or 518-696-5676 ext. 263 or  Tara Bogucki, Admissions Director at tbogucki@doublehranch.org or 518-696-5676 x222.


Spring Family Programs:

Please check back soon for information about 2021 Spring Family Weekends!

Hematology/Oncology Family Weekend 

The Hematology/Oncology weekend program is designed for campers (ages 5 – 21) who have a diagnosis of Cancer or a Blood Disorder. Families have the opportunity to spend a weekend in the Adirondacks, taking on all the fun camp activities together.

Bravehearts Weekend, Spring 

Camp Bravehearts is an oncology camp for women run in collaboration with the Bravehearts Organization. There is a focus on outdoor activities and physical challenges, including high ropes and horseback riding. For the calmer spirits, there are also crafts, water aerobics, and nature walks. Women are encouraged to grow in self-confidence and friendship as they share life experiences before and after treatment.
» Visit Bravehearts Camp to learn more!

Comfort Camp 

Cindy’s Spring Comfort Camp is designed to serve campers (ages 6 – 17) that have a parent or sibling dealing with a life-threatening or chronic illness, and is run in collaboration with The Cancer Center at Glens Falls Hospital. Campers will participate in camp activities, attend professionally guided support sessions, and meet others who have shared a similar experience.

Questions? Please contact our Admissions Department at 518-696-5676.