Northrop Camp is located on approximately 300 acres in southwest
In addition to providing camping facilities, this land is also home to a wide variety of life.
According to Frank Lowenstein of the Nature
"The most ecologically critical lands that the camp owns are those west of the road (the parcel that abuts the New York state border on the west). This parcel includes several rare natural communities, including hickory-oak-sedge woodland and a talus slope woodland. Within these and other communities are found several rare species including the purple clematis (a large and showy-flowered native vine), the smooth and lyre-leaved rock cresses (delicate mustard family plants that grow on cliffs and boulders), the tiny-flowered buttercup, the downy arrowwood (a shrub), the sandbar cherry, and the violet wood sorrel. This is a large concentration of rare species, and my strong expectation is that further survey work will document additional rarities. The habitat is in suberb shape and of a type that supports several rare species of plants."