Are your kids looking for something fun to do this summer? Maybe you want your child to experience the great outdoors instead of spending all their time inside on their social media devices.

The Salvation Army of Binghamton has the answer. They are taking applications for camp.

The Salvation Army’s Long Point Camp, a residential camp on Seneca Lake, is offering kids the chance to spend a week on a beautiful lakeside setting outdoors with all the fun that camp provides.

Over 1,200 children each summer attend Long Point Camp. It's 138 acres of wooded hills, farmland and shoreline on the western side of Seneca Lake.

The Salvation Army of Binghamton will be sending children and teens to the Army’s camp for a week of arts and crafts, hiking, sports, swimming and kayaking, along with a other activities that encourage teamwork and build self-esteem.

Teens can attend their own week at camp in July.

The Salvation Army of Binghamton has openings for 20 children from the city to attend camp. For only a $10 deposit, your kids can attend a week-long summer session. To apply for camp, go here visit or call (607) 722-2987.

Camp Sessions:

Teen Camp, Genesis, ages 13-17 June 27-July 1
Music Conservatory, Luau, ages 6-12 July 12-July 17
General Camp, Wild Wild West, ages 6-12 July 19-July 24

Donations are always welcome. Mail to The Salvation Army at 127-131 Washington Street, Binghamton, NY 13901 with the notation “camp.”

[via Salvation Army of Binghamton/Long Point Camp]