The Adult Oncology Programs at Camp Good Days & Special Times foster support among men and women who are dealing with cancer. Each program addresses the risks, fears, and barriers adults face day-to-day during and after diagnosis and treatment. Cancer does not just affect the person diagnosed, but those around them as well, which is why some of the programs also include a significant other/friend component, where attendees can bring someone close to them to experience the healing of Camp Good Days together.

As an adult diagnosed with cancer, you are often facing the challenge of dealing with your own health while also trying to balance your every-day life while also leading a life as a professional. You might feel isolated and stressed. That is where Camp Good Days can help. Through our year-round programs and activities, and our weekend retreats, you have the opportunity to be around others experiencing exactly what you are going through. It is a time to share stories, ask for advice, make new friends, take time to relax by swimming in our pool, kayak on Keuka Lake, have a massage, create arts & crafts, fish, sing songs around a campfire, and just take time for you.

You do not have to go through a cancer diagnosis, treatment or remission alone. Once you become part of the Camp Good Days family, you will always have our staff as a resource, the friends you make as an ongoing support system, and our facility as your home away from home.

Please follow the links below to learn more about each Adult Oncology Program we offer.


Weekend Retreat Sessions

Women with cancer (ages 18+)

Women's Oncology Program


Men with cancer (ages 18+)

Men's Prostate Cancer Retreat


Women and Men with cancer (ages 18+)

Camp SOAR (formerly Supportive Spouse / Friend Program)


Brain Tumor Patients (any immediate family member of any age)

Camp Courage