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A summer camp and respite program for children and adults with developmental disabilities.

Clover Patch Camp Closed for 2021 Season

April 13, 2021

Hello Clover Patch Campers and Friends!

We hope that this letter finds you safe and well during these challenging times. As we continue to see progress in the fight against Covid 19, Center for Disability Services has decided to remain diligent in our efforts and limit the risk of exposure to Covid 19 to the community and people we serve support. Clover Patch overnight camp will remain closed for the 2021 Camp Season.

We understand the continued need for support and respite options for many people living in the community. While we are unable to offer an overnight camp this year, we are offering respite services for those that qualify. If you are interested or in need of respite services this summer, please contact Laura Taylor at the number below.

If you are unsure if you are interested in respite services and would like to know what additional options are available please contact our People Services department at the number below.

Please be advised that if you pre-paid for Clover Patch camp in 2020, you will receive full refund. Should you have any questions please contact Cindy Francis at the number below. Thank you for your understanding and continued support. We look forward to seeing you in 2022.


Jackie Richards, Director of Residential Services (518) 880-1823
Laura Taylor, Community Services Business Administrator (518) 384-3081 People Services (518) 437-5600 or email services@cfdsny.org.
Cindy Francis, Camp Director (518) 384-3042

Clover Patch Camp

Clover Patch is a full summer camp experience for children and adults with disabilities where everything is accessible and each camper is encouraged to reach his or her fullest potential.

Campers experience a full roster of summer camp activities including daily swimming, arts and crafts, music and drama, sports, games, nature study, theme days and much more. All activities are adapted to ensure that every camper experiences success and has fun!

Every part of the camp is fully accessible, including nature trails, rustic cabins and a heated swimming pool.

The camp is located 30 minutes northwest of Albany, New York, in the town of Glenville on Alplaus Creek.