Summit Shock Incarceration is a 37-building former state correctional facility that is located on approximately 18 acres of land in the heart of rural Schoharie County. Summit Shock is approximately 56 miles from Albany. Summit Shock opened in 1961 as a minimum-security forestry and conservation camp. The property adjoins nearby state forest land, including the Mallet Pond State Forest and Burnt-Rossman Hills State Forest. State lands are open to the public for hunting, trapping, fishing and other recreational purposes.
Summit Shock—A Former New York State Correctional Facility
137 Eagle Heights Road
Summit, NY 12175-9608
More information is available at: http://properties.esd.ny.gov/summit.html