We delight in 248 acres of lakes, hills and forest
Our beautiful 248-acre camp is bordered on three sides by the wooded hills of Clarence Fahnestock State Park in the Hudson Valley. We are 50 miles north of New York City, and six miles from Cold Spring, NY, which has a MetroNorth train station.
Our bunks and dorms accommodate 200 people. In addition, our site includes a pool, sports fields and courts, theater, dining hall, a farm and gardens, hiking trails, cob oven, a 2-acre farm, multiple gardens, orchard, low ropes course, herbology center, science center, goat pen, sweat lodge woods, and plenty of space to play. All our buildings and residences are equipped with electricity, hot & cold water, and plumbing. Our 8-acre lake, safely contained by fence and natural barriers, is equipped with boathouse, docks, canoes, rowboats, kayaks, and sailboats. A connected stream runs pristinely through our premises. The camp is surrounded by hiking trails which connect with the famed Appalachian Trail.
The UJA-Federation of New York has invested over $2 million to our building and renovation projects over the past three years. Together with the UJA, we are fundraising to support green building techniques for any new construction at Eden Village.
Campers and apprentices reside in traditional bunks with hot showers and bathrooms. Larger cottages and dorms accommodate specialty staff.