FAQ

What is a platoon?

Campers are assigned to platoons when they arrive at camp. These are essentially groups where campers have yet another opportunity to make new friends. The main activities that campers do in platoons are platoonal duties / morning chores and evening games. Platoonal duties include: table setting, cleaning grounds, cleaning the rec hall, cleaning the bathrooms, performing the vespers skit, and participating in flag lowering and raising. It is our camp collectively and we ask that campers help us keep it clean for each other to enjoy. Platoons may not be switched.

How do I reset my Password?

Please note: Passwords are case-sensitive.  The PDF directions above contain screenshots of each step. 

1. Go to the website - www.campshankitunk.org

2. Choose "Log In"

3. Select "Request New Password "

4. Enter your email address

5. Log in to your personal email and follow the link sent to you from the camp website.

6. Click "Log In"

Who Operates 4-H Camp?

4-H Camp Shankitunk is owned by Delaware County and operated by Cornell Cooperative Extension Delaware County.

                                                                                

What is Lennox Forest?

The Lennox Memorial Forest is a 140 acre demonstration forest across the road from Shankitunk. It was established as instructed by the will of John and Florence Lennox. John Lennox was the camp's first director. The forest is used by several classes here at camp, including Backpacking, Wilderness, Geocaching, and Nature. Feel free to stop and read the information board posted in the pavilion at the beginning of the memorial forest.

Who owns Camp Shankitunk?

Shankitunk is owned by Delaware County, which makes us unique, as we're the only county-owned camp in the state.