These famous Adirondack children’s camps were owned and managed by Barr S Morris and his wife Margy in the 1960’s and 70’s, along with Barr’s father William G Morris and his wife Dorothy, the camp’s founder (1935). A sister Camp Pine Log on Second Lake near Lake Luzerne village (founded in 1923 and purchased by the Morris family in 1960), also owned and managed by the Morris’, was moved to Trout Lake next to Camp Timlo in 1976. The camps were closed mid-summer 1977. The Morris family and the Camps were located near Lake George, NY. This Web site was created after Barr Morris’ death in September of 2012 and dedicated to his memory. Click here for more information about this site and the camp founders.
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