HKC Rockland County
Welcoming 1400 campers each day
At 105 acres, HKC Rockland County is large enough for each camp to have its own space, but small enough that it can feel like a community. Built in 1955, this site is currently home to four camps, serving more than 1300 campers each day. It is also home to the Henry Kaufmann Campgrounds administrative offices.
In 2016, UJA-Federation of New York, who owns the property, embarked on a $35 million capital campaign to bring HKC into the 21st century. Today, HKC Rockland county has new home bases, some of which will first be used in Summer 2022, and two new aquatic complexes, bring the total number of pools on site to eight.
From the George Washington Bridge
Take the Palisades Interstate Parkway north to Exit 7 – Townline Road. Turn left onto Townline Rd. Take Townline Rd. to the end and turn right onto Sickletown Rd. Stay on Sickletown Rd. for 1.3 miles. The entrance will be on the right just past Briarwood Lane.
From the New York State Thruway (I-87)
Take Exit 13S to Palisades Interstate Parkway South. Get off at Exit 7 – Townline Road. Make a right onto Townline Rd. and follow it to the end. Turn right onto onto Sickletown Rd. Stay on Sickletown Rd. for 1.3 miles. The entrance will be on the right just past Briarwood Lane.