At Dudley and Kiniya, we center our daily work on supporting each camper to find their inner strengths. The Camp experience pushes each person to build resilience for meeting challenges, to practice gratitude for all that we have, and to create the spark of imagination in service and love for the other fellow.
#24814 Kirsten Anastasio: When arriving at Dudley in 2017, my first summer, there were many things I didn’t expect. I didn’t expect (or pack for) the shadeless summer heat on the lakefront or the evening Adirondack breeze.
#15385 Peter Maiurano: Dudley was always a place of music for me. Not only was I a member of the ramblers from the time I was a Plebe when I arrived at camp in 91’, but Dudley was my inspiration to learn to play guitar.
As we look forward to the summer of 2020, we reach out today to keep you apprised of our ongoing response to the coronavirus (COVID-19), which we know is affecting all of our families.
Dudley and Kiniya aim to foster growth and important skill development—seen and unseen; personal and communal. Generations of our campers learn and practice these basic, essential skills and take them away from Camp, building them into their daily lives and routines at home.