Camp Georgetown is a 38-building former state correctional facility that is located on approximately 31 acres of rural land in upstate New York. Camp Georgetown is approximately 35 miles from Syracuse, 40 miles from Utica, and 55 miles from Binghamton.
Onsite water distribution system, including three drilled wells, chlorination, and 150,000-gallon elevated water tank; underground sanitary sewer piping; permitted wastewater treatment plant; and ten petroleum bulk storage tanks.
Camp Georgetown opened in 1961 as a minimum-security forestry camp, nestled among several state forests, including Muller Hill (3,090 acres), Mariposa (3,002 acres), Buck Brook (2,178 acres), and Beaver Meadow (5,816 acres). State lands are open to the public for hunting, trapping and fishing. For more information on the recreational use of state-owned lands, visit the Department of Environmental Conservation website at:www.dec.ny.gov.
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