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Road Map to All Three GNFC Camps

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Camp Map

Camp Telephone: (585) 591-1171    Ranger Frank Abbott

Camp Schoellkopf is located on Burroughs Road just outside the town of Cowlesville.    Aproximately a 45 minute drive from Buffalo, NY.

bulletFrom Saint Al's, proceed to Harlem Rd. and head South.  Make left turn at stop light just past bridge overcross - this is Maryvale Drive.
bulletProceed approximately .5 mile down road and veer left onto the 33-West entrance ramp.
bulletStay in right lane and enter the I-90 West entrance ramp.
bulletTake the I-90 West and exit Walden Avenue East.  Continue down Walden Avenue to Transit Road; make a right turn onto Transit Road heading South.
bulletContinue South on Transit Road you until you intersect with Clinton Street or Rt. 354.
bulletMake left hand turn - you will now be heading East.
bulletTake Rt. 354 through the town of Cowlesville.
bulletContinue on Rt. 354 until you pass Folesomedale Road - getting close!
bulletLook for "Adopt a Highway" sign on road just before Burroughs Road.
bulletTurn right onto Burroughs Road and continue until you see camp entrance (and sign) on left.
bulletShould you reach Rt. 77 you have gone too far - turn around!

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