2015 National Girl Scout Camp Directory

2015 National Girl Scout Camp Directory
Looking for a summer camp experience for girls? What follows is a listing of Girl Scout Resident Camps
alphabetized by state. Contact information is included and registration is now open!
ALABAMA
Girl Scout Council of the Florida Panhandle
Camp Name: Kugelman Campus
Camp Location: Lillian, AL
Located just outside of Pensacola, Florida, on Perdido Bay, Kugelman Campus offers weeklong, half-week,
and weekend camping programs for girls. Girls attending camp have the opportunity to work on Girl Scout
Journeys and earn badges and leadership awards. Lodging at Kugelman Campus is dormitory style with
central heat and air conditioning.
Dates of 2015 camp season: July 5–19
Length of sessions: half week, full week, and weekend
2015 Fees: $75–$600 per session
Grades the camp serves: entering 1st–12th
Website: http://issuu.com/gscfp/docs/camp_brochure__2015
Contact information: [email protected] or 888-271-8779
Girl Scouts of North-Central Alabama
Camp Name: Camp Cottaquilla
Camp Location: Anniston, AL
Located in the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains near the highest point in Alabama, Camp Cottaquilla
offers sprawling hardwood forests, soaring mountains, miles of hiking trails, and 1,800 acres to explore. A
small lake near the center of the camp provides the ideal location for girls to try canoeing, kayaking, paddle
boarding, and fishing, and the swimming pool offers a welcome reprieve from the summer’s heat. There’s
also archery, riflery, low ropes, “nature nook,” and campfire circle. Camp Cottaquilla is ACA accredited.
Dates of 2015 camp season: May 31–June 12
Length of sessions: 1 or 2 weeks
2015 Fees: $349–$359 per week
Grades the camp serves: All
Website: http://www.girlscoutsnca.org
Contact information: [email protected]
Girl Scouts of North-Central Alabama
Camp Name: Camp Coleman
Camp Location: Trussville, AL
Nestled along the banks of the winding Cahaba River near Trussville, Alabama, Camp Coleman features 140
acres of woods, meadows, and trails. The camp provides an instructional horseback riding program, low and
high ropes courses, indoor climbing wall, swimming pool, nature center, canoeing, kayaking, archery, riflery,
and more.
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Dates of 2015 camp season: May 26–June 26
Length of sessions: 1 or 2 weeks
2015 Fees: day camp, $125 per week; resident camp, $339–$399 per week
Grades the camp serves: All
Website: http://www.girlscoutsnca.org
Contact information: [email protected]
Girl Scouts of North-Central Alabama
Camp Name: Kanawahala Program Center
Camp Location: Chelsea, AL
Kanawahala Program Center (KPC) encompasses 600 acres of wooded hills and valleys with a 40-acre private
lake and plenty of hiking and biking trails. There’s a swimming pool, low and high ropes courses, craft area,
nature center, canoeing, kayaking, paddle boarding, and archery. KPC is ACA accredited.
Dates of 2015 camp season: June 29–July 17
Length of sessions: less than 1 week
2015 Fees: $259–$279 per session
Grades the camp serves: All
Website: http://www.girlscoutsnca.org
Contact information: [email protected]
Girl Scouts of North-Central Alabama
Camp Name: Camp Trico
Camp Location: Lake Guntersville, AL
Camp Trico is situated on the banks of beautiful Lake Guntersville and encompasses 180 acres of wooded
hills and valleys with over a mile of lakefront shoreline. There are plenty of hiking trails, a swimming pool,
canoeing, kayaking, paddle boarding, sailing, knee boarding, tubing, pontoon boat rides, archery, and crafts.
Dates of 2015 camp season: July 13–24
Length of sessions: 1 or 2 weeks
2015 Fees: $349–359 per week
Grades the camp serves: All
Website: http://www.girlscoutsnca.org
Contact information: [email protected]
Girl Scouts of Southern Alabama
Camp Name: Kamp Kiwanis
Camp Location: Eclectic, AL
Situated on beautiful Lake Martin, this wooded camp with awe-inspiring lakefront views is the perfect spot
for sailing, kayaking, and even a ride on the banana boat! With miles of trails, many along the waterfront,
Kamp Kiwanis makes it fun for every girl to participate in her favorite camp activities. Our popular Sail Away
Camp, where girls learn boating skills, takes place at Kamp Kiwanis.
Dates of 2015 camp season: June 21–July 3
Length of sessions: 3 day/2-night, week-long and two-week-long sessions
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2015 Fees: $180–$660
Grades the camp serves: 2nd–12th
Website: http://www.girlscoutssa.org/camp/index.php
Contact information: [email protected] or 334-272-9164
Girl Scouts of Southern Alabama
Camp Name: Camp Scoutshire Woods
Camp Location: Citronelle, AL
Whether she’s currently a Girl Scout or not, your girl will have a great summer experience at Camp
Scoutshire Woods—learning new skills, trying new activities, and making new friends. The hills and lake,
surrounded by pines and magnolias, is the perfect setting for a week of fun activities, including adventure
camping, letterboxing, geocaching, astronomy, solving mysteries, environmental education, horseback
riding, and more!
Dates of camp session: June 7–19
Length of sessions: 3-day/2-night, week-long, two-week-long sessions
2015 Fees: $180–$500
Grades the camp serves: 2nd–12th
Website: http://www.girlscoutssa.org/camp/index.php
Contact Information: [email protected] or 251-344-4181
ALASKA
Girl Scouts of Alaska
Camp Name: Camp Togowoods
Camp Location: Wasilla, AK
We offer general camps as well as water, wilderness, and leadership programs. Regardless of the program,
all girls will get to hike, canoe, kayak, swim, do arts & crafts, try the climbing tower (grades four and up), and
more. This is a classic and timeless summer camp experience!
Dates of 2015 camp season: late May–early August
Length of sessions: 3, 6, or 12 days
2015 Fees: $185–$675
Grades the camp serves: 1st–12th
Website: http://girlscoutsalaska.org/camps/
Contact information: Amanda Block, [email protected] or 907-273-0316
Girl Scouts of Alaska
Camp Name: Camp Featherwinds
Camp Location: Juneau, AK
Our Girl Scout camps provide a variety of experiences for all campers. Explore the temperate rainforest on a
hike, do arts & crafts, cook over a campfire, pursue environmental education, and more. This camp has so
much to offer!
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Dates of 2015 camp season: July 20–25
Length of sessions: 6 days
2015 Fees: $240
Grades the camp serves: 1st–12th
Website: http://girlscoutsalaska.org/camps/
Contact information: Amanda Block, [email protected] or 907-273-0316
Farthest North Girl Scout Council
Camp Name: Camp Jessie Bloom
Camp Location: Fairbanks, AK
Camp Jessie Bloom provides girls with opportunities to build confidence, learn new skills, make new friends,
and create many summer memories! Girl Scouts of all ages will enjoy the serene setting of Camp Jessie
Bloom, which offers swimming, boating, hiking, and of course, plenty of songs and crafts! Our older Girl
Scouts might also enjoy participating in our “COPE course,” including high and low ropes elements designed
to get girls working together to achieve group goals. The COPE course also allows girls to set individual goals
and challenge themselves to further develop their own skills and agility.
Dates of 2015 camp season: July 19–August 1
Length of sessions: 3–6 days
2015 Fees: $200–$350
Grades the camp serves: entering 1st–12th
Website: http://fairbanksgirlscouts.org/programs/camp.html
Contact information: [email protected] or 800-478-4782
ARIZONA
Girl Scouts-Arizona Cactus-Pine Council
Camp Name: Shadow Rim Ranch
Camp Location: Payson, AZ
Shadow Rim Ranch is a 40-acre camp located outside of Payson, Arizona, along the beautiful Mogollon Rim.
Camp facilities include modern and rustic cabins, flushing toilets, covered program ramadas, a “pake” (too
big to be a pond, too small to be a lake), climbing tower, zip line, and an original 1800’s homesteaders’
house. Shadow Rim offers resident and family camp opportunities. Activities include trips, canoeing,
woodworking, teambuilding, outdoor education, American heritage education, archery, outdoor cooking,
hiking, nature programming, and arts and crafts.
Dates of 2015 camp season: June 7–July 31
Length of sessions: 1–13 days
2015 Fees: $100–$675
Grades the camp serves: K–12th and adults
Website: http://www.girlscoutsaz.org/en/camps/our-camps.html
Contact information: Justina Burks, Camp Director, [email protected] or 602 452-7138
Girl Scouts-Arizona Cactus-Pine Council
Camp Name: Camp Maripai
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Camp Location: Prescott, AZ
Camp Maripai is an 80-acre camp bordered by the Prescott National Forest. Camp facilities include rustic
cabins, fire pits, flushing toilets, covered program ramadas, and several miles of scenic hiking trails. Camp
Maripai features resident and family camp opportunities. Campers are invited to enjoy a traditional camp
experience with an emphasis on horsemanship. Activities include horse care, horseback riding, canoeing,
arts and crafts, hiking, outdoor education, archery, outdoor cooking, and STEM.
Dates of 2015 camp season: June 7–August 3
Length of sessions: 1–13 days
2015 Fees: $100–$700
Grades the camp serves: K–12th and adults
Website: http://www.girlscoutsaz.org/en/camps/our-camps.html
Contact information: Crystal Dingott, Camp Director, [email protected] or 602 452-7145
Girl Scouts-Arizona Cactus-Pine Council
Camp Name: Willow Springs Program Center
Camp Location: Prescott, AZ
Willow Springs Program Center is a 190-acre camp nearly surrounded by Prescott National Forest. Camp
facilities include modern cabins, fire pits, flushing toilets, covered program ramadas, and several miles of
scenic hiking trails. Willow Springs features resident and family camp opportunities. Campers are invited to
explore challenge courses, outdoor education, archery, outdoor cooking, hiking, nature programming,
performing arts, and ceramics and other arts and crafts.
Dates of 2015 camp season: June 7–July 31
Length of sessions: 1–13 days
2015 Fees: $100–$675
Grades the camp serves: K–12th and adults
Website: http://www.girlscoutsaz.org/en/camps/our-camps.html
Contact information: Michelle Balfe-Keefer, Camp Director, [email protected] or 928 778-5127
Girl Scouts of Southern Arizona
Camp Name: Camp Fury
Camp Location: Fire Department Public Safety Academy, Tucson
Teenage girls train alongside firefighters and law enforcement personnel to learn search and rescue skills,
crime scene investigation techniques and perform physical fitness drills. They will also meet women who are
breaking down barriers and stereotypes in these non-traditional career fields.
Dates of 2015 camp season: May 26 - 30
Length of sessions: Five-day, four-nights
2015 Fees: $320, $50 non-refundable deposit
Grades the camp serves: Ages 14-18
Link for website or website page: girlscoutssoaz.org/camp
Contact information: [email protected]/camp or call 520-327-2288
Girl Scouts of Southern Arizona
Camp Name: Camp Whispering Pines
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Camp is a community unlike any other. Together in an unfamiliar setting, girls find the courage within
themselves to meet new people, make friends, and bond. As they make choices and direct projects, girls
learn to work well with others, become self-reliant, and develop their leadership skills. Girls experience
camp favorites like archery, hiking and the low rope course.
Dates of 2015 camp season: June 7-July 17
Length of sessions: 7 days
2015 Fees: $320 -$425
-Grades the camp serves: Ages 9-11
Link for website or website page: girlscoutssoaz.org/camp
Contact information: [email protected]/camp or call 520-327-2288
ARKANSAS
Girl Scouts – Diamonds of Arkansas, Oklahoma and Texas
Camp Name: Camp Cahinnio
Camp Location: Booneville, AR
Camp Cahinnio is a rustic property with seven trails covering three-plus miles, a private lake, and four living
units—from cabins to two-person tents. During the summer we provide typical camping activities like
archery, canoeing, and hiking, as well as a specialty focus each week (e.g., survival, games/sports, creative
arts, STEM). We offer canoeing and kayaking at seven different skill levels, and a leadership development
program for girls entering 6th through 12th grades. Also available is troop and family camping over a few
summer weekends, as well as, this year, two travel sessions: one to Boundary Waters for canoeing, and the
other (a girl-planned trip) across Arkansas.
Dates of 2015 camp season: June 10–August 4
Length of sessions: 3-day, 6-day, 10-day, 14-day, and 15-plus-day sessions
2015 Fees: $75–$700
Grades the camp serves: entering 1st–12th
Website: http://www.girlscoutsdiamonds.org
Contact information: Amanda Hall, Outdoor Program Specialist and Camp Director,
[email protected] or 800-632-6894
Girl Scouts – Diamonds of Arkansas, Oklahoma and Texas
Camp Name: Camp Crossed Arrows
Camp Location: Floral, AR
Camp Crossed Arrows is located in the Ozark Hills in northeast Arkansas. Along with general and highadventure camp programs, we offer a progressive horsemanship program. Our living units consist of a dormstyle troop house and four-person open-air cabins. Girls can enjoy a variety of activities, including archery,
swimming, canoeing, horseback riding, rock climbing, nature and science discovery, and hiking.
Dates of 2015 camp season: June 5–July 12
Length of sessions: 3 days, 5 days, 10 days, 14 days, 21 days
2015 Fees: $125–$700
Grades the camp serves: 1st–12th
Website: http://www.girlscoutsdiamonds.org
Contact information: Linda Archer, Outdoor Program Specialist and Camp Director,
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[email protected] or 870-251-1292
CALIFORNIA
Girl Scouts Heart of Central California
Camp Name: Camp Menzies
Camp Location: Arnold, California
Camp Menzies in nestled into the Sierra Nevada mountains at an elevation of 5000 ft. The property features
six living units, hiking trails, separate swimming and canoeing lakes, a meadow, and craft and nature
centers. Dining is al fresco! Our camp offers over 50 different summer programs from art, theater,
developing leadership skills, exploring local gardening and farming, hiking, backpacking and travel. Girls may
sleep in cabins or under the stars. Daily camp activities include swimming, archery, horseback riding, and
canoeing.
Dates of 2015 camp season: June 15-August 3
Length of sessions: 2-9 days duration
2015 Fees: $65-$568
Grades: 2-12
Website: www.girlscoutshcc.org/camp
Contact information: [email protected]
Girl Scouts of Greater Los Angeles
Camp Name: Osito Rancho
Camp Location: Big Bear Lake, CA
Osito Rancho is Girl Scouts of Greater Los Angeles’s premier summer resident camp. Girls get a taste of
independence in a safe and fun environment while making new friends, learning new skills, and exploring
the great outdoors. Osito offers many amazing activities including horseback riding, a climbing wall, high and
low ropes courses, zip line, nature exploration, archery, crafts, and much more. A summer at this resident
camp is the quintessential, high-adventure experience that generations of Girl Scouts have enjoyed and
cherished.
Dates of 2015 camp season: summer camp: July–August, weekend camp: throughout the year
Length of sessions: 2–6 days
2015 Fees: $100–$565
Grades the camp serves: Grades K–12th
Website: http://www.girlscoutsla.org/pages/camp/OsitoRancho.html
Contact information: Annie Markowitz, [email protected]
Girl Scouts of Northern California
Camp Name: Bothin
Camp Location: Fairfax, CA
Tucked away in its own cozy canyon in charming Marin County is where you’ll find Bothin. Just a half-hour
north of the Golden Gate Bridge, Bothin is the perfect place for first-time campers as well as
seasoned experts.
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Dates of 2015 camp season: June 21–August 9
Length of sessions: 4–12 days
2015 Fees: $350–$750
Grades the camp serves: 1st–9th
Website: http://www.CampRocks.org
Contact information: [email protected] or 800-447-4475 ext. 2091
Brochure: https://app.box.com/CampRocksBrochure2015
Girl Scouts of Northern California
Camp Name: Skylark Ranch
Camp Location: Davenport, CA
Where the mountain meets the sea...the magic and beauty of Skylark Ranch await you! Overlooking the
Pacific Ocean north of Santa Cruz, Skylark Ranch offers exciting opportunities for first-time campers as well
as those seeking high adventure.
Dates of 2015 camp season: June 21–September 7
Length of sessions: 4–12 days
2015 Fees: $360–$925
Grades the camp serves: 2nd—12th
Website: http://www.CampRocks.org
Contact information: [email protected] or 800-447-4475 ext. 2091
Brochure: https://app.box.com/CampRocksBrochure2015
Girl Scouts of Northern California
Camp Name: Sugar Pine
Camp Location: Dorrington, CA
Paradise in the Sierra Nevada foothills! With its towering and enchanting forest, exciting programs, and
western-themed activities, Sugar Pine offers girls a fantastic getaway and amazing camp experience.
Dates of 2015 camp season: June 26–August 16
Length of sessions: 4–12 days
2015 Fees: $360–$815
Grades the camp serves: 2nd–12th
Website: http://www.CampRocks.org
Contact information: [email protected] or 800-447-4475 ext. 2091
Brochure: https://app.box.com/CampRocksBrochure2015
Girl Scouts of Orange County
Camp Name: Camp Scherman
Camp Location: San Jacinto Mountains, CA
Welcome to a lifetime of memories! We can't wait for you to join us in Camp Scherman's 47th year of
helping Girl Scouts gain independence and make memories. Camp has always been an important part of the
Girl Scout experience, providing a safe environment where girls of all backgrounds and abilities can safely
test their limits and develop an "I can do this!" attitude. Camp Scherman offers a wide range of activities for
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all girls, including a swimming pool, two lakes, horses, archery, outdoor cooking, hiking, arts & crafts, various
games, and stargazing.
Dates of 2015 camp season: July–August
Length of sessions: 5, 8, 12, 19 days
2015 Fees: $415–$2,378
Grades the camp serves: 2nd–12th
Website: http://www.girlscoutsoc.org/camp-life-changing-experience
Contact information: Erin Johnson, Camp Director, [email protected]
Girl Scouts San Diego
Camp Name: Camp Whispering Oaks
Camp Location: Julian, CA (1.5 hours from San Diego)
Camp Whispering Oaks offers all the comforts of a modern cabin, in the beautiful outdoors. Cabins and
activity areas wind through native manzanita, oak, and pine. Popular activities include archery, arts,
babysitting, dance, fashion design, high and low ropes courses, hiking, outdoor cooking, sports, and theater.
Dates of 2015 camp season: June 22–August 14
Length of sessions: 3–7 days
2015 Fees: $195–$560
Grades the camp serves: 1st–12th
Website: www.sdgirlscouts.org/camphttp://www.sdgirlscouts.org/camp
Contact information: [email protected], 800-643-4798, or 619-298-8391
Girl Scouts San Diego
Camp Name: Camp Winacka
Camp Location: Julian, CA (1.5 hours from San Diego)
At this traditional camp, girls sleep in open-air cabins with built-in bunks, or on cots on a deck under the
stars. All accommodations have modern bathrooms with showers and flush toilets. Popular activities include
archery, arts, canoeing, gardening, high and low ropes, hiking, horseback riding, outdoor adventures,
leadership, and staying up late.
Dates of 2015 camp season: June 22–August 14
Length of sessions: 3 days–7 days
2015 Fees: $195–$560
Grades the camp serves: 1st–12th
Website: www.sdgirlscouts.org/camphttp://www.sdgirlscouts.org/camp
Contact information: [email protected], 800-643-4798, or 619-298-8391
Girl Scouts of the Sierra Nevada
Camp Name: Camp Wasiu II
Camp Location: Sierra City, CA
Camp Wasiu II is located in the mountains of the Tahoe National Forest, with dozens of spectacular lakes
and hiking trails in the area. Our regular resident camp program offerings include canoeing, stand-up paddle
boarding, hiking, swimming, archery, creek walking, night science, and primitive camping—in addition to
other traditional activities such as campfires, lots of singing, and arts and crafts. Accommodations at Wasiu II
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are platform tents, and we have bathroom buildings with hot showers and flush toilets. Our amazing staff
comes from all over the world and is passionate about youth work, the outdoors, and FUN!
Dates of 2015 camp season: mid-June–late-July
Length of sessions: 3 days, 6 days, or 14 days
2015 Fees: $80 (weekend), $135 (3 days), $340 (6 days), or $699 (14 days)
Grades the camp serves: 1st–12th
Website: http://www.gssn.org/camp
Contact information: Stefanie Argus, Camp and Outdoor Specialist, [email protected] or 775-322-0642 ext.
1202
FLORIDA
Girl Scouts of Gateway Council
Camp Name: Camp Kateri
Camp Location: Hawthorne, FL
Your summer adventure at Camp Kateri has finally arrived! Discover the leader in you as you support and
encourage your fellow campers to do the same. Enriching activities like camping, hiking, canoeing, singing,
dancing, art, challenging games, and natural exploration will set the most exciting backdrop for you to
explore, identify, and honor the unique set of skills and qualities that make you, you. The new interests,
talents, and friends you discover at camp will last a lifetime! Camp Kateri is a sleepaway camp with seven
sessions. Girls stay in cabins, platform tents, and treehouses. Each unit has flush toilets, running water, and
electricity.
Dates of 2015 camp season: June 7–July 17
Length of sessions: 3–6 days
2015 Fees: $49–$540
Grades the camp serves: 1st–12th
Website: www.girlscouts-gateway.org/campkaterihttp://www.girlscouts-gateway.org/campkateri
Contact information: Anna Kuhns, Camp Manager, [email protected] or 904-265-8014
Girl Scout Council of the Florida Panhandle
Camp Name: Camp for All Seasons
Camp Location: Tallahassee, FL
Located just west of Tallahassee, Florida, on Lake Talquin, Camp for All Seasons offers weeklong, half-week,
and weekend camping programs for girls. Our offering includes a comprehensive leadership program for
girls in 6th through 12th grades and hands-on outdoor experiences for girls of all ages. Girls attending camp
have the opportunity to work on Girl Scout Journeys and earn badges and leadership awards. Lodging
options include cabins, pole huts, screen huts, and our main lodge.
Dates of 2015 camp season: June 7–July 28
Length of sessions: half week, full week, and weekend
2015 Fees: $75–$600 per session
Grades the camp serves: entering 1st–12th
Website: http://issuu.com/gscfp/docs/camp_brochure__2015
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Contact information: [email protected] or 888-271-8778
Girl Scouts of West Central Florida
Camp Name: Camp Scoutcrest
Camp Location: Odessa, FL
Camp Scoutcrest offers sailing, canoeing, waterskiing, kayaking, wake boarding, fishing, and a lake bouncer
on beautiful Crescent Lake in Odessa. Certified lifeguards and instructors ensure safety on the lake, while
counselors provide creative encouragement and excitement on land. Our camp features three main sleeping
areas each with a bathhouse, fire circle, and unit shelter. Two of the units have cabins and one has platform
tents.
Dates of 2015 camp season: June 14–July 25
Length of sessions: 3-night and 6-night sessions
2015 Fees: $165–$375
Grades the camp serves: entering 1st–12th
Website: http://www.gswcf.org/summercamp
Contact information: Maura McCallister, Outdoor Program Manager, [email protected]
Girl Scouts of West Central Florida
Camp Name: Camp Wildwood
Camp Location: Wildwood, FL
Camp Wildwood sits on 589 acres of original Florida landscape just one hour north of Tampa and offers
swimming and diving in the junior Olympic pool, nature center activities, pioneer living, barn dances, and
horseback riding by trail or in the arenas. Camp Wildwood features cabin units and dormitory-style units,
each with a bathhouse, fire circle, and unit shelter.
Dates of 2015 camp season: June 14–July 25
Length of sessions: 3-night and 6-night sessions
2015 Fees: $165–$375
Grades the camp serves: entering 1st–12th
Website: http://www.gswcf.org/summercamp
Contact information: Maura McCallister, Outdoor Program Manager, [email protected]
GEORGIA
Girl Scouts of Historic Georgia
Camp Name: Camp Concharty
Camp Location: Shiloh, Georgia
Sessions offered include photography, horseback riding including a special drill team session, and a team
building session with challenge course and an off camp trip to do rock climbing.
Dates of 2015 camp season: 6/28-7/17/2015
Length of sessions: 5 nights
2015 Fees: Resident Camp: $350 - $600
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Grades the camp serves: Daisies to Ambassadors
Website: https://www.gshg.org/Things-to-Do/Go-to-Camp/Pages/Summer-Camp-2013.aspx
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Contact information: Keli Berkman, Program Manager, Summer Camp Lead, [email protected]
Betsy Connell, Program Director, [email protected], 478-365-4817
Girl Scouts of Historic Georgia
Camp Name: Camp Low
Camp Location: Savannah, Georgia
Traditional camp program, GSI (Girl Scout investigators), glamping and special sessions in cycling and scuba
are all being offered.
Dates of 2015 camp season: 7/12-7/24/2015
Length of sessions: 5 nights
2015 Fees: Resident Camp: $350 - $600
Grades the camp serves: Daisies to Ambassadors
Website: https://www.gshg.org/Things-to-Do/Go-to-Camp/Pages/Summer-Camp-2013.aspx
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Contact information: Keli Berkman, Program Manager, Summer Camp Lead, [email protected]
Betsy Connell, Program Director, [email protected], 478-365-4817
Girl Scouts of Historic Georgia
Camp Name: Camp Martha Johnston
Camp Location: Lizella, Georgia
Traditional camp programs and arts focused sessions focusing on acting and artistic crafts.
Dates of 2015 camp season: 6/14-7/10/2015
Length of sessions: 5 nights
2015 Fees: Resident Camp: $350 - $600
Grades the camp serves: Daisies to Ambassadors
Website: https://www.gshg.org/Things-to-Do/Go-to-Camp/Pages/Summer-Camp-2013.aspx
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Contact information: Keli Berkman, Program Manager, Summer Camp Lead, [email protected]
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Camp Name: Camp Okitayakani
Camp Location: Cuthbert, Georgia
Traditional camp program, Wild and Alive Week and special weeks featuring a cycling and canoe session and
a cycling and scuba beach trip session are all being offered.
Dates of 2015 camp season: 6/7-6/19/2015
Length of sessions: 5 nights
2015 Fees: Resident Camp: $350 - $600
Grades the camp serves: Daisies to Ambassadors
Website: https://www.gshg.org/Things-to-Do/Go-to-Camp/Pages/Summer-Camp-2013.aspx
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Contact information: Keli Berkman, Program Manager, Summer Camp Lead, [email protected]
Betsy Connell, Program Director, [email protected], 478-365-4817
Girl Scouts of Historic Georgia
Camp Name: Camp Tanglewood
Camp Location: Martinez, Georgia
Traditional camp program, GSI (Girl Scout investigators), glamping and special sessions in scuba and
horseback riding are all being offered.
Dates of camp season: 6/7-6/26/2015
Length of sessions: 5 nights
2015 Fees: Resident Camp: $350 - $600
Grades the camp serves: Daisies through Seniors
Website: https://www.gshg.org/Things-to-Do/Go-to-Camp/Pages/Summer-Camp-2013.aspx
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Contact information: Keli Berkman, Program Manager, Summer Camp Lead, [email protected]
Betsy Connell, Program Director, [email protected], 478-365-4817
IDAHO
Girl Scouts of Eastern Washington Northern Idaho
Camp Name: Camp Four Echoes
Camp Location: Lake Coeur d’Alene, ID
Camp Four Echoes is a Girl Scout-owned and operated camp located at Lake Coeur d'Alene in Windy Bay.
Our outdoor resident camp offers waterfront activities, hiking, and amazing opportunities to explore nature.
The perfect summer experience for girls entering grades 2 through 12, Camp Four Echoes is a safe,
entertaining, and outrageously fun place where girls build friendships, learn new skills, and create projects.
Dates of 2015 camp season: June 23–August 23
Length of sessions: 3 days–2 weeks
2015 Fees: $215–$500
Grades the camp serves: 2nd–12th
Website: http://www.campfourechoes.com
Contact information: Sarah Betts, [email protected]
Girl Scout of Silver Sage
Camp Name: Camp Alice Pittenger
Camp Location: McCall, Idaho
Nestled among the majestic pines, Camp Alice Pittenger is located on the shores of beautiful Payette Lake
near McCall, Idaho. We offer summer resident and weekend camps for girls and troops and weekend camps
for Mother/daughter and Father/daughters. At this camp, girls sleep in bunkhouse cabins and take hot
showers in a ‘sky lit’ shower house. Water activities like swimming, lake kayaking and canoeing are an
integral part of the camp. For those who want the Horseback riding experience it’s offered the first two
weeks of camp.
Dates of 2015 camp season: June 28, 2015 – August 16, 2015
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Length of sessions: 2 night to 5 nights
2015 Fees: $110 - $475
Grades the camp serves: 1 - 12
Link for website or website page: www.girlscouts-ssc.org
Contact information: Girl Scouts of Silver Sage; 1410 N. Etheridge Lane, Boise, ID 83704 (208) 377-2011 or
800-846-0079
ILLINOIS
Girl Scouts of Greater Chicago and Northwest Indiana
Camp Name: Camp Pokanoka
Camp Location: Ottawa, IL
Camp Pokanoka, located on 260 acres of wooded property, offers swimming (many girls consider our
Olympic-size pool a highlight of their camp experience), canoeing, and a lodging choice of platform tents and
screened cabins. With a focus on nature, teambuilding, and natural play, girls will develop outdoor skills and
a connection to our outdoor world. Offsite travel programs for Cadettes, Seniors, and Ambassadors are also
offered.
Dates of 2015 camp season: June 15–July 24
Length of sessions: 2-, 6-, and 14-day experiences
2015 Fees: $120–$475
Grades the camp serves: entering 2nd–12th
Website: http://www.girlscoutsgcnwi.org
Contact information: Katie Young, Camp Director and Outdoor Program Manager,
[email protected]
Girl Scouts of Northern Illinois
Camp Name: Camp Dean
Camp Location: Big Rock, IL (near Aurora, IL)
Camp Dean is located on 160 acres of woodlands and prairies, including a two-acre lake. Campers stay in
cabins, with the option of sleeping in a platform tent for one night of their stay. Camp Dean offers several
different weekly themes throughout the summer: “Fairy Tales,” “Polar Vortex in July,” “Camp Cook-off,” and
everything in between. In addition to activities related to the weekly theme, all campers can participate in
such traditional camp activities as swimming, outdoor cooking, hiking, nature activities, creek stomping, and
arts and crafts. Specialty activities, which have age requirements, include archery, canoeing/kayaking, and
crate stacking.
Dates of 2015 camp season: June 22–August 7
Length of sessions: 3–13 days
2015 Fees: $170–$780
Grades the camp serves: entering 1st–7th for the majority of programs; 7th–12th for leadership/CIT
programs
Website: http://www.girlscoutsni.org/camps/camp-dean and https://www.facebook.com/GSNICampDean
Contact information: Felecia “Marvin” Dupczak, Camp Director, fdupcz[email protected], 630-897-1565
ext. 7161
Girl Scouts of Northern Illinois
Camp Name: Camp McCormick
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Camp Location: Stillman Valley, IL (about 20 minutes southwest of Rockford, IL)
Camp McCormick offers an array of themed programs throughout the summer, from “Woodland Creatures”
to “Pirates” to “Duct Tape Creations.” Along with participating in typical camp activities—canoeing, archery,
swimming, crate stacking, and more—girls are able to plan their own activities and experiences throughout
the week. Also available at additional cost are some amazing add-on adventures, giving girls the chance to
leave camp during the week for one- or two-day trips featuring rock climbing, horseback riding, whitewater
rafting, and more!
Dates of 2015 camp season: June 24–August 7
Length of sessions: 2 nights–12 nights
2015 Fees: $160–$780
Grades the camp serves: 4th–12th
Website: http://www.girlscoutsni.org, https://www.facebook.com/GSNICampMcCormick
Contact information: Carly “Winter” Kaczmarowski, Girl Experience Specialist – Outdoor/Camp Director,
[email protected] or 815 962 5591 ext. 7173
Girl Scouts of Central Illinois
Camp Name: Camp Tapawingo
Camp Location: Metamora, IL
Camp Tapawingo is a 640-acre camp facility located 15 miles from Peoria. The cornerstone of this property is
its Equestrian Center, where girls learn horseback riding and horse care. These state-of-the-art stables house
an air-conditioned indoor classroom, trading post, barn classroom, and indoor riding arena. Mary Morgan
Lodge, a multi-level, air-conditioned dining hall and program center, is where campers gather for meals and
activities. Camp Tapawingo also features an in-ground pool, adventure course, archery, canoeing, and miles
of hiking trails. Campers utilize four main rustic living units—Rustling Oaks, Setting Sun, White Cloud, and
Shining Star—that include platform tents and unit houses.
Dates of 2015 camp season: June 8–August 7
Length of sessions: 4-day mini-session–2-week backpacking session
2015 Fees: $125–$600
Grades the camp serves: 1st–12th
Website: http://www.GetyourGirlpower.org
Contact information: Katie Nolan, [email protected]
INDIANA
Girl Scouts of Greater Chicago and Northwest Indiana
Camp Name: Camp Butternut Springs
Camp Location: Valparaiso, IN
Camp Butternut Springs, located on 300 acres of wooded property, offers swimming, canoeing, and a
lodging choice of platform tents, lodges, and screened cabins. With a focus on nature, teambuilding, and
natural play, girls develop outdoor skills and a connection to our natural world.
Dates of 2015 camp season: June 22–July 24
Length of sessions: 2-, 6-, and 14-day experiences
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2015 Fees: $120–$475
Grades the camp serves: entering 2nd–12th
Website: http://www.girlscoutsgcnwi.org
Contact information: Maria Hamann, Camp Director, [email protected]
Girl Scouts of Northern Indiana-Michiana
Camp Name: Camp Ella J. Logan
Camp Location: Syracuse, IN
Camp Logan in northern Indiana features 3,759 feet of shoreline on Dewart Lake and 200 acres of woods,
meadows, ravines, and natural wetlands. We offer age-appropriate activities for all girls, including aquatic
activities, archery, nature studies, crafts, low ropes, a climbing wall, outdoor exploration, and horse
programs.
Dates of 2015 camp season: June 22–July 24
Length of sessions: 3–5 nights
2015 Fees: $155 –$500
Grades the camp serves: K–12th; sessions are also open for Program Aides, Counselors in Training, and
Wranglers in Training.
Website: http://www.girlscoutsnorthernindiana-michiana.org//content/resident-camps
Contact information: Gaylene Sherman-Mertz, [email protected]
Girl Scouts of Southwest Indiana
Camp Name: Camp Koch
Camp Location: Cannelton, IN
GSSI's resident camp programs are held at the council's property, Camp Koch, near Cannelton, Indiana.
Camp Koch is a safe place for girls to learn independence, test their ideas, explore new interests, and learn
cooperation through group living experiences. A girl may encourage non-member friends to participate, too.
(Camp registration fee includes the $15 Girl Scout membership fee.)
Dates of 2015 camp season: July 5–10
Length of sessions: 3–5 nights
2015 Fees: $85–$225
Grades the camp serves: 2nd–10th
Website: http://girlscouts-raintree.org/?programs/camp
Contact information: Angie King, [email protected] or 812-421-4970 ext. 303
IOWA
Girl Scouts of Greater Iowa
Camp Name: Camp Tanglefoot
Camp Location: Clear Lake, IA
Camp Tanglefoot features waterfront programming that includes sailing, canoeing, kayaking, swimming, and
paddle boarding. In-camp activities include high and low ropes courses, arts and crafts, archery, and outdoor
cooking. Camp Tanglefoot, offering summer camp programming to girls and families since 1947, is situated
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on 50 acres along the Tanglefoot Bay of Clear Lake, and includes woodlands, reconstructed prairie, lake
access, and a large game field. Campers stay in small cabins or platform tents.
Dates of 2015 camp season: June 22–August 9
Length of sessions: 2–17 nights
2015 Fees: $155–$550
Grades the camp serves: entering 1st–12th
Website: http://www.girlscoutsiowa.org/camp.cfm
Contact information: Julia Cira, [email protected] or 800-342-8389
Girl Scouts of Greater Iowa
Camp Name: Camp Sacajawea
Camp Location: Boone, IA
Camp Sacajawea offers traditional camp programming, including horseback riding, a climbing wall, low ropes
courses, arts and crafts, and archery. Campers stay in a variety of sleeping areas, including small cabins,
lodges, and platform tents. Settled over 430 acres of wooded ravines just northeast of Boone, Iowa, Camp
Sacajawea has a long history of building girls’ self-esteem, confidence, activity skills, creativity, and
friendships to last a lifetime.
Dates of 2015 camp season: June 21–August 7
Length of sessions: 2–14 nights
2015 Fees: $155–$550
Grades the camp serves: entering 1st–12th
Website: http://www.girlscoutsiowa.org/camp.cfm
Contact information: [email protected] or 800-342-8389
Girl Scouts of Eastern Iowa and Western Illinois
Camp Name: Camp Little Cloud
Camp Location: Epworth, IA
At Camp Little Cloud, our unique outdoor experiences allow girls to have fun while learning about teamwork
and developing confidence and skills they’ll use the rest of their lives. With the guidance and
encouragement of caring, trained adults, girls will try new things—maybe archery, horseback riding, or
swimming—in a safe, natural environment. Every girl deserves a chance to explore the great outdoors—
which they’ll do at Camp Little Cloud!
Dates of 2015 camp season: June 14–July 31
Length of sessions: 1–4-night sessions
2015 Fees: $150–$675
Grades the camp serves: entering 2nd–12th
Website: http://girlscoutstoday.org/camp
Contact information: Stacy Conforti, [email protected] or 563-583-9169
KANSAS
Girl Scouts of Northeast Kansas and Northwest Missouri
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Camp Name: Camp Daisy Hindman
Camp Location: Dover, KS
Camp Daisy Hindman is a place where girls grow through the years. With “you & me” overnight programs
that begin in kindergarten, mini camps that start in 2nd grade, resident camp that starts in 4th grade, family
camp for all, and a leadership program for 10th through 12th graders, Daisy Hindman becomes a place girls
call home through the years. Campers spend their days canoeing and kayaking on Lake Odonata, riding
horses, cooling off in the “spray park,” doing archery, hiking, and enjoying lots of other favorite camp
activities—all while making new friends and being guided by cool and caring camp counselors.
Dates of 2015 camp season: June 5–July 31
Length of sessions: 1–5 nights
2015 Fees: $90–$350
Grades the camp serves: K–12th
Website: http://www.gsksmo.org/camp
Contact information: Laura Jernigan, Camp Director, [email protected] or 816-759-3056
KENTUCKY
Girl Scouts of Kentucky’s Wilderness Road Council
Camp Name: Camp Judy Layne
Camp Location: Wellington, KY
Located in Morgan County, a short drive from Cave Run Lake in the Daniel Boone National Forest, Camp Judy
Layne’s adventure-based opportunities abound in over 180 acres of woodland streams and beautiful cliff lines.
Each session follows a girl-friendly theme and includes traditional activities like hiking, swimming, making
crafts, and cooking and singing around the campfire.
Dates of 2015 camp season: June 7–July 24
Length of sessions: 3 days–2 weeks
2015 Fees: 2 nights/3 days - $180; 5 nights/6 days - $265; CIT - $400; Troop Camp $80
Grades the camp serves: 1st–12th
Website: http://www.gskentucky.org
http://gsusa.ebiz.uapps.net/vp/FamilyManagement/Activities.aspx?forward=1
Contact information: Leann Duty, [email protected] or 859-342-6263
LOUISIANA
Girl Scouts Louisiana East
Camp Name: Camp Marydale
Camp Location: St. Francisville, LA
All girls are welcome at this 400-acre camp located in the beautiful St. Francisville. Girls will enjoy programs
such as horseback riding, team building on our low ropes course, hiking, canoeing, archery, swimming, and
arts and crafts. Campers are supervised by college-aged counselors and staff who have gone through our
extensive pre-camp training.
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Dates of 2015 camp season: May 31–July 17
Length of sessions: 3 days–2 weeks
2015 Fees: $75–$375
Grades the camp serves: 1st–12th
Website: http://www.gsle.org/camps/resident-camp/
Contact information: Angela Arneal, [email protected] or 225-747-0403
Girl Scouts Louisiana East
Camp Name: Camp Whispering Pines
Camp Location: Independence, LA
All girls are welcome to this 600 acre camp located right outside of Hammond, LA. Girls will enjoy programs
such as rock climbing, ziplining, canoeing & kayaking, hiking, archery, swimming, and taking a trip down our
lake slide. Girls who are ready for a super adventure are encouraged to attend. Campers are supervised by
college aged counselors and staff who have been trained in our extensive pre-camp training.
Dates of 2015 camp season: June 7–July 11
Length of sessions: 3 days–1 week
2015 Fees: $75–$300
Grades the camp serves: 1st–12th
Website: http://www.gsle.org/camps/resident-camp/
Contact information: Angela Arneal, [email protected] or 225-747-0403
Girl Scouts Louisiana East
Camp Name: Camp Covington
Camp Location: Covington, LA
Girls at this camp can attend sessions with their mothers and fathers (or similar adult). Girls and parents will
enjoy together activities like swimming, hiking, archery, arts and crafts, and field trips to local
venues. Programs are facilitated by college-aged counselors and staff who have gone through our extensive
pre-camp training.
Dates of 2015 camp season: June 7–June 19
Length of sessions: 3 days
2015 Fees: $150
Grades the camp serves: 1st–6th
Website: http://www.gsle.org/camps/resident-camp/
Contact information: Angela Arneal, [email protected] or 225-747-0403
MAINE
Girl Scouts of Maine
Camp Name: Camp Pondicherry
Camp Location: Bridgton, ME
Pondicherry is in the foothills of the White Mountains, in Maine’s Lakes Region. Archery, horseback riding,
boating, swimming, and outdoor living are just some of the programs offered. Girls can explore miles of
trails, fields, and forests, and enjoy panoramic views from Blueberry Hill. Resident and day camps offered.
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Dates of 2015 camp season: July 5–July 31
Length of sessions: 4 days, 1 week, 2 weeks
2015 Fees: $450 and up; $800 horse program
Grades the camp serves: 2nd–12th
Website: http://girlscoutsofmaine.org/camp/
Contact information: Mary Ellen Deschenes, [email protected], or Anna Gross, 207-772-1177
Girl Scouts of Maine
Camp Name: Camp Natarswi
Camp Location: Millinocket, ME (near Baxter State Park)
Experience hiking, rock climbing, canoe trips, and more in the shadow of majestic Mt. Katahdin. Natarswi is
the perfect place to advance your outdoor living skills and develop leadership skills. At the doorstep of the
Baxter State Park wilderness, Natarswi is an outdoorswoman’s dream!
Dates of 2015 camp season: July 5–July 31
Length of sessions: 1–2 weeks
2015 Fees: $450 and up
Grades the camp serves: 2nd–12th
Website: http://girlscoutsofmaine.org/camp/
Contact information: Mary Ellen Deschenes, [email protected], or Treasa Wheeler, 207-772-1177
MARYLAND
Girl Scouts of Central Maryland
Camp Name: Camp Conowingo
Camp Location: Conowingo, Maryland
Camp Conowingo has 600 wooded acres making it perfect for swimming, horseback riding, canoeing,
archery, high and low ropes, arts and crafts, drama, and nature exploration. Led by experienced staff, the
programs promote self-esteem as girls develop new skills, meet new friends and have a truly fun time.
Dates of 2015 camp season: June 14 – August 14
Length of sessions: 1 week
2015 Fees: $310 - $525
Grades the camp serves: entering 2 – 12 in fall 2015
Link for website or website page: http://www.gscm.org/camps/camp-listings/
Contact information: [email protected] or 1-800-492-2521 ext 284
Girl Scouts of the Chesapeake Bay
Camp Name: Camp Grove Point
Camp Location: Earleville, MD
Summer camp is a place to grow, learn and have fun! This year, kayak on the Sassafras River, explore the
woods and make new friends during Resident Camp at Camp Grove Point. We’re offering seven fun themes - including the ever popular Hogwarts week with a Fairy Friends twist. You’ll have time to swim and hang out
with friends too!
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Dates of 2015 camp season: June 21, 2015 – August 7, 2015
Length of sessions: Sunday thru Friday
2015 Fees: $315
Grades the camp serves: Girls entering 2nd grade through 12th grade
Link for website or website page: www.gscb.org
Contact information: [email protected]
Girl Scout Council of the Nation’s Capital
Camp Name: Camp Winona
Camp Location: Hughesville, MD
Tucked away in southern Maryland, Camp Winona offers a multitude of activities, spanning everything from
the culinary and performing arts, to science and animal care, to basic outdoor programming. The woods of
Winona are a great place for campers to discover Fossil Creek, Teepee Valley, and many other destination
spots. Programs range in length from three days to a week and are available to girls who have completed
grade K up through girls who have completed grade 11. All girls will participate in such general camp
activities as swimming, archery, canoeing, kayaking, arts and crafts, s’more making, and more!
Dates of 2015 Camp Session: mid-June–mid-August
Length of Sessions: 3–5 days
Grades the camp serves: K–11th
2015 Fees: $220-$600
Website: http://www.gscnc.org
Contact information: Denise Viau, Camping Services Manager, [email protected] or 202-274-3308
MASSACHUSETTS
Girl Scouts of Central and Western MA
Camp Name: Camp Bonnie Brae
Camp Location: East Otis, MA
Nestled in the Berkshire Mountains, Camp Bonnie Brae is one of the longest-running Girl Scout camps in the
country! Bonnie Brae offers swimming and various boating opportunities on a large lake; archery, a low
ropes course, and hiking to the Observation Tower are favorite camp activities. Living units include platform
tents, yurts, cabins, treehouses (cabins on stilts) with electricity, and the primitive-style Enchanted Forest,
which has a capacity of 12 campers and fills almost every week. Meals are served family style in the dining
hall and every unit participates in a cookout on Wednesday night.
Dates of 2015 camp season: July 5–August 7
Length of sessions: half week, 1 week
2015 Fees: $260–$485
Grades the camp serves: 2nd–12th
Website: http://www.gscwm.org/BonnieBrae.shtml
Contact information: Stacy Harper, Camp Director, [email protected]
Girl Scouts of Central and Western MA
Camp Name: Camp Green Eyrie
Camp Location: Harvard, MA
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Camp Green Eyrie is situated on 52 acres and boasts some magnificent shoreline on Bare Hill Pond, allowing
campers an abundance of water activities. Learning skills in the Camp Craft area, camp-wide games on the
A-Field, and Wizard & Hunger Games-themed programs are all a hit at CGE. Each week has an add-on trip
option of rafting, climbing, or visiting the nearby Space Museum. Living units are all platform tents. Meals
are served family style in the dining hall and every unit participates in a cookout Wednesday night.
Dates of 2015 camp season: July 12–August 7
Length of sessions: half-week, 1-week, 2-week sessions
2015 Fees: $260–$660
Grades the camp serves: 2nd–12th
Website: http://www.gscwm.org/GreenEyrie.shtml
Contact information: Lizz Gordon, Camp Director, [email protected]
Girl Scouts of Eastern Massachusetts
Camp Name: Camp Favorite
Camp Location: Brewster, MA
Turn your summer into the ultimate vacation getaway at Camp Favorite on beautiful Cape Cod—no better
place for fun in the sun. Windsurf, kayak, and swim in Long Pond, or catch some waves at the stunning
ocean beaches. Our graduated sailing programs are great for beginners to advanced sailors. Back on land,
you'll discover the Cape and islands as you bike the nearby Cape Cod Rail Trail. Each weekly session is unique
and includes traditional camp activities like games, crafts, outdoor cooking, and more. After watching a
sunset from the beach or gathering around a seaside campfire, we think you’ll agree: this is a camp
experience like no other!
Dates of 2015 camp season: June 28–August 14
Length of sessions: 1-week, 2-week, 3-week sessions
2015 Fees: $565–$1180
Grades the camp serves: entering 2nd–12th
Website: http://www.hercamp.org
Contact information: [email protected], 617-350-8335 (camp hotline), or 617-350-5246
(camp fax)
Girl Scouts of Eastern Massachusetts
Camp Name: Camp Wind-in-the-Pines
Camp Location: Plymouth, MA
Escape into action at Camp Wind-in-the-Pines, where you can test your skills at our state-of-the-art
challenge and adventure facility. Scale our 20-foot rock face wall or try a different spin on climbing in the
bouldering cave. See camp from a whole new angle via the 35-foot-high ropes course, or perfect your
teamwork closer to the ground on the low ropes course. Explore historic Plymouth and southeastern
Massachusetts on exciting day trips; resident campers can even visit Martha’s Vineyard and Nantucket for
an island excursion.
Dates of 2015 camp season: June 28–August 14
Length of sessions: 1-week, 2-week, 3-week sessions
2015 Fees: $565–$1230
Grades the camp serves: entering 2nd–12th
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Website: http://www.hercamp.org
Contact information: [email protected], 617-350-8335 (camp hotline), or 617-350-5246
(camp fax)
MICHIGAN
Girl Scouts Heart of Michigan
Camp Name: Camp Linden
Camp Location: Linden, MI
With more than 400 acres of hills, valleys, woods, and wetlands, Camp Linden is a great place for girls to be
curious, explore, create, laugh, lead, and make new friends. With options that include overnight camp, day
camp, horse camp, outdoor programs, and a new outdoor adventure menu, girls have many opportunities
to build courage, confidence, and character. At Camp Linden, girls, troops, families, and rental groups can
experience archery, swimming, hiking, boating, outdoor cooking, science activities, horseback riding,
climbing, and much more.
Dates of 2015 camp season: July 5–August 5
Length of sessions: 3–6 day sessions
2015 Fees: $195–$640
Grades the camp serves: entering 1st–12th
Website: http://www.girlscoutcamp.org
Contact information: [email protected] or 800-49-SCOUT
Girl Scouts Heart of Michigan
Camp Name: Camp Merrie Woode
Camp Location: Plainwell, MI
Situated just north of Kalamazoo in beautiful southwest Michigan, Camp Merrie Woode offers 216 acres of
lush forest, hiking trails, and sparkling Warner Lake. Girls can experience archery, swimming, hiking, boating,
outdoor cooking, science activities, horseback riding, climbing, and much more.
Dates of 2015 camp season: July 5–August 5
Length of sessions: 3- to 13-day sessions
2015 Fees: $195–$990
Grades the camp serves: 1st–12th
Website: http://www.girlscoutcamp.org
Contact information: [email protected] or 800-49-SCOUT
Girl Scouts of Michigan Shore to Shore
Camp Name: Camp Anna Behrens
Camp Location: Greenville, MI
Camp Anna Behrens is an American Camp Association accredited camp nestled on picturesque Lake Lester
where you can enjoy swimming, canoeing, kayaking and fishing. Days are filled with waterfront activities,
outdoor cooking, hiking, archery, and adventures with new friends and special campfires. Campers enjoy
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meals in our incredible lodge, stay in cabins and tents and experience the abundant natural beauty that
Camp Anna Behrens has to offer.
Dates of 2015 camp season: June 22 – July 22
Length of sessions: 3 days –2 weeks
2015 Fees: $250–$300
Grades the camp serves: entering 1st–12th
Website: http://www.gsmists.org/Pathways/camps
Contact information: Amanda Dotson [email protected]
Girl Scouts of Michigan Shore to Shore
Camp Name: Camp Sakakawea
Camp Location: Traverse City, MI
Camp Sakakawea, affectionately nicknamed Camp Saki, is tucked away on Bass Lake in beautiful Northern
Michigan. Wildlife and towering pines surround bungalow style cabins. Girls enjoy swimming, canoeing,
and kayaking on a picturesque waterfront. Days are filled with games, hiking, archery, outdoor cooking and
much more at Camp Saki. They stay in the comfort of bunkhouses, cabins and platform tents and discover
the magic of Camp Saki.
Dates of 2015 camp season: July 29 – August 15
Length of sessions: 3 days –2 weeks
2015 Fees: $150–$300
Grades the camp serves: entering 1st–12th
Website: http://www.gsmists.org/Pathways/camps
Contact information: Amanda Dotson [email protected]
Girl Scouts of Southeastern Michigan
Camp Name: Camp Hawthorn Hollow
Camp Location: Columbus, MI
Camp Hawthorn Hollow includes 330 acres of wetlands, forests, fields, and adventure! Miles of beautiful
hiking trails, a pond for nature study, two amphitheaters, picnic pavilion, swimming pool, climbing tower,
high and low ropes, zip line, volleyball court, baseball and soccer fields, tetherball and four-square setups,
and a ga-ga pit are all nestled into the woods of Camp Hawthorn Hollow. Modern cabins and rustic villages
are available for troop camping, and summer resident camp offers girls themed weeks featuring horseback
riding and other animal programs, art, cooking, theater, water activities, “night owls,” outdoor skill building,
high adventure (high ropes, climbing tower, zip line), Journey-based activities, and Counselor In Training I &
II.
Dates of 2015 camp season: June 22–August 14
Length of sessions: 4–6 days
2015 Fees: $240–$640
Grades the camp serves: entering 2nd–12th
Website: http://www.gssem.org/en/the-hub/programs/camp/summer_camp.html (all camp and outdoor
opportunities on website), http://0364475.netsolhost.com/COMPASS/index.html (camp brochure),
http://www.gssem.org/ (GSSEM website)
Contact information: Mary Beffa, Camp Director, [email protected] or 810-720-9042
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MINNESOTA
Girl Scouts of Minnesota & Wisconsin Lakes & Pines
Camp Name: Northern Lakes Canoe Base
Camp Location: Ely, MN
The Northern Lakes Canoe Base surrounds a quiet inlet on Moose Lake, just 20 mile northeast of Ely,
Minnesota. This program in the rustic wilderness offers fully outfitted canoe trips for girls and adults in the
Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness and Quetico Provincial Park. Canoe guides maintain certification in
lifeguarding, canoeing, and a minimum of wilderness first aid.
Dates of 2015 camp season: June 6–August 13
Length of sessions: 3–15 days
2015 Fees: $190–$1050
Grades the camp serves: 4th–12th
Website: http://www.gslakesandpines.org/pages/NorthernLakesCanoeBase/
Contact information: Melissa Garza, Outdoor Program and Property Manager, [email protected]
or 800-955-6032 ext. 3183
Girl Scouts of Minnesota & Wisconsin Lakes & Pines
Camp Name: Camp Sanderson
Camp Location: Spicer, MN
Located on 33 wooded acres in Spicer, Minnesota, Camp Sanderson is bordered by beautiful Nest Lake on
two sides and Glacial Lakes State Trail on a third. Swimming, canoeing, kayaking, pontoon boat fun, an
amphitheater, archery range, arts & crafts pavilion, program center with dining hall and showers/flush
toilets, Bernice Harper hiking trails, and a marsh with boardwalk are all features of camp.
Dates of 2015 camp season: June 19–July 22
Length of sessions: 1–5 days
2015 Fees: $25–$400
Grades the camp serves: 1st–12th
Website: http://www.gslakesandpines.org/pages/CampSanderson/
Contact information: Melissa Garza, Outdoor Program & Property Manager, [email protected]
or 800-955-6032 ext. 3183
Girl Scouts of Minnesota & Wisconsin Lakes & Pines
Camp Name: Camp Shingobee Timbers
Camp Location: Walker, MN
Nestled on 160 acres of Oak and Pine forest five miles south of Walker, Minnesota, Shingobee Timbers
features a quiet lake with established swimming and boating areas, an amphitheater, and high and low
challenge courses. Other program features include an archery and tomahawk range, arts & crafts cabin,
sand volleyball court, hiking trails, and nature paths. The modern program center has dormitory-style rooms
with bunk beds, flush toilets, and showers. Screen cabins have limited electricity, bunks, latrines, and
screened unit shelter nearby.
Dates of 2015 camp season: June 19–August 7
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Length of sessions: 2–20 days
2015 Fees: $165–$400
Grades the camp serves: 1st–12th
Website: http://www.gslakesandpines.org/pages/CampShingobeeTimbers/
Contact information: Melissa Garza, Outdoor Program & Property Manager, [email protected]
or 800-955-6032 ext. 3183
Girl Scouts of Minnesota and Wisconsin River Valleys
Camp Name: Camp Elk River
Camp Location: Zimmerman, MN (30 miles northwest of Twin Cities)
Camp Elk River features an equestrian center, sand-bottom swimming pond, boating access on Stone Lake,
and human foosball. Housing is in dorms and treehouse cabins. Programs include horseback riding,
traditional camp, science camp, counselor-in-training, troop camp, and “adult & me” sessions. Activities
include horseback riding, archery, swimming, kayaking, canoeing, arts & crafts, and more!
Dates of 2015 camp season: June 21–August 16
Length of sessions: 6 days or weekend
2015 Fees: $70–$530
Grades the camp serves: entering 1st–12th
Website: http://www.campelkriver.org/
Contact information: http://www.campelkriver.org/about-elk-river/contact-us/ or [email protected];
800-845-0787
Girl Scouts of Minnesota and Wisconsin River Valleys
Camp Name: Camp Lakamaga
Camp Location: Marine on St. Croix, MN (40 miles north of Twin Cities)
Camp Lakamaga features swimming and boating on Big Marine Lake, a challenge course, amphitheater, and
archery range. Housing is in four-season cabins, yurts, screened cabins, and troop houses. Programs include
traditional camp, waterfront activities, outdoor skill building, counselor-in-training sessions, troop camp,
and “adult & me” sessions. Archery, swimming, kayaking, canoeing, paddle boarding, snorkeling, camping,
and arts & crafts are all offered.
Dates of 2015 camp season: June 21–August 9
Length of sessions: 4–6 days or weekend
2015 Fees: $70–$460
Grades the camp serves: entering 1st–12th
Website: http://www.camplakamaga.org/
Contact information: http://www.camplakamaga.org/about-lakamaga/contact-us/ or
[email protected]; 800-845-0787
Girl Scouts of Minnesota and Wisconsin River Valleys
Camp Name: Camp Singing Hills
Camp Location: Waterville, MN (70 miles south of Twin Cities)
Camp Singing Hills features swimming and boating on Fish Lake, a challenge course, amphitheater, and
archery range. Housing is in four-season cabins, screened tent-cabins, and platform tents. Programs include
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traditional camp, outdoor/camp skill building, troop camp, and “adult & me” sessions. Activities include
archery, swimming, kayaking, canoeing, paddle boarding, camping, arts & crafts, and more!
Dates of 2015 camp season: June 21–August 16
Length of sessions: 4–6 days or weekend
2015 Fees: $70–$460
Grades the camp serves: entering 1st–12th
Website: http://www.campsinginghills.org/
Contact information: http://www.campsinginghills.org/about-singing-hills/contact-us/ or
[email protected]; 800-845-0787
MISSISSIPPI
Girl Scouts of Greater Mississippi
Camp Name: Camp Iti Kana
Camp Location: Wiggins, MS
Camp Iti Kana is a summer camp offering three- and four-day overnight sessions for girls ages 6–17,
including those not in Girl Scouts. Traditional camp activities are enjoyed, including swimming; archery;
crafts; nature, science, and leadership activities; games; hiking; cookouts; campfires; and sing-alongs.
Dates of 2015 camp season: June
Length of sessions: 3 days/2 nights and 4 days/3 nights
2015 Fees: $165–$300
Grades the camp serves: 1st–11th
Website: http://gsgms.org/index.php/camp/
Contact information: [email protected]
Girl Scouts of Greater Mississippi
Camp Name: Camp Wahi
Camp Location: Brandon, MS
Camp Wahi is a summer camp offering three- and four-day overnight sessions for girls ages 6–17, including
those not in Girl Scouts. Traditional camp activities are enjoyed, including swimming; archery; crafts; nature,
science, and leadership activities; games; hiking; cookouts; campfires; and sing-alongs.
Dates of 2015 camp season: July
Length of sessions: 3 days/2 nights and 4 days/3 nights
2015 Fees: $165–$300
Grades the camp serves: 1st–11th
Website: http://gsgms.org/index.php/camp/
Contact information: [email protected]
Girl Scouts Heart of the South
Camp Name: Camp Tik A Witha
Camp Location: Van Vleet, MS
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With themed sessions that cater to your interests, Camp Tik A Witha has something for everyone! Splash in
the pool, canoe in the lake, challenge yourself on our high (or low) ropes course with a rock wall… Want to
try your hand at archery? We offer that, too, as well as horseback riding for our girls who love to spend time
in a saddle. We hope you’ll come play with us this summer!
Dates of 2015 camp season: June 14–July 14
Length of sessions: 3 days–4 weeks
2015 Fees: $200–$700
Grades the camp serves: 1st–12th
Website: http://girlscoutshs.org/2015-summer-camp
Contact information: Suzanne Forsythe, Camp Services Manager/Camp Director,
[email protected] or 662-350-6048
MISSOURI
Girl Scouts of Eastern Missouri
Camp Name: Camp Cedarledge
Camp Location: Pevely, Missouri
An overnight experience ranging from a few days to a few weeks. Resident Camp offers girls daily activity
choices, such as boating, swimming, archery, outdoor skills, junior vet, science, crafts, nature and specialty
camps based on popular movies Frozen and The Hunger Games. Horse option available. Four-tiered
Equestrian Program available for girls in grades 5-11 and Counselor in Training available for girls in grades 911. Tech Tango, an opportunity for girls in grades 8-11 to be part of the camp’s social media team.
Dates of camp season: June 7- July 3
Length of sessions: 1-4 weeks
2015 Fees: $325 - $690
Grades the camp serves: 1-11
Link for website or website page: www.girlscoutsem.org/camp
Contact information: Brooke Petryka, [email protected]
Girl Scouts of Eastern Missouri
Camp Name: Camp Tuckaho
Camp Location: Troy, Missouri
An overnight experience ranging from a few days to a few weeks. Resident Camp offers girls daily activity
choices, such as boating, swimming, archery, outdoor skills, junior vet, science, crafts, nature and specialty
camps based on popular movies Frozen and The Hunger Games. Outdoor Adventure Course Option
available. Camp Sampler for girls in grades 1-7 led by Girl Scout Seniors and Ambassadors. A two week
Leader-in-Training program for girls in grades 7-9.
Dates of camp season: July 12-August 7
Length of sessions: 1-2 weeks
2015 Fees: $325-$690
Grades the camp serves: 1-11
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Link for website or website page: www.girlscoutsem.org/camp
Contact information: Brooke Petryka, [email protected]
Girl Scouts of the Missouri Heartland
Camp Name: Cherokee Ridge Program Center
Camp Location: Patterson, MO
Nestled in the foothills of the Ozarks, with a captivating view of Lake Potashnik, Cherokee Ridge lies next to
the St. Francis River near Same A. Baker Park in Wayne County. Home to our equestrian program, Cherokee
Ridge offers the thrills of horseback riding, swimming in the pool, learning to shoot a bow and arrow, and
catching fish in the lake.
Dates of 2015 camp season: June 14–July 3
Length of sessions: 1 day–2 weeks
2015 Fees: $90–$320
Grades the camp serves: K–12th
Website: http://www.girlscoutsmoheartland.org
Contact information: Melody Hutchison, Leadership & Learning Specialist–Outdoor,
[email protected] or 877-312-4764 ext. 1122
Girl Scouts of the Missouri Heartland
Camp Name: Finbrooke Program Center
Camp Location: Rogersville, MO
A spectacular camp just outside Springfield in Christian County along the beautiful Finely River, Finbrooke
offers a wide variety of programs designed to encourage and support girls in their quest to face and
overcome outdoor challenges. From rappelling off a tower and swimming in an Olympic-size pool to hiking
to the “Hidden Falls” and perfecting your shot at the archery range, Finbrooke offers the ultimate camp
experience.
Dates of 2015 camp season: July 12–July 31
Length of sessions: 1 day–2 weeks
2015 Fees: $40–$490
Grades the camp serves: K–12th
Website: http://www.girlscoutsmoheartland.org
Contact information: Melody Hutchison, Leadership & Learning Specialist–Outdoor,
[email protected] or 877-312-4764 ext. 1122
Girl Scouts of the Missouri Heartland
Camp Name: Latonka Program Center
Camp Location: Wappapello, MO
Tucked away in its own private cove on beautiful Lake Wappapello in Wayne County is Latonka, “Home by
the Water.” Challenge yourself on our low ropes adventure course or swing in the trees on our high ropes
course. Spend some time in the recreation hall, soar down the zip line, cook over a campfire, swim in the
lake, and soak up the sun on a sandy beachfront.
Dates of 2015 camp season: July 12–July 31
Length of sessions: 1 day–two weeks
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2015 Fees: $40–$320
Grades the camp serves: K–12th
Website: http://www.girlscoutsmoheartland.org
Contact information: Melody Hutchison, Leadership & Learning Specialist–Outdoor,
[email protected] or 877-312-4764 ext. 1122
MONTANA
Girl Scouts of Montana and Wyoming
Camp Name: Swim, Splash and Sail Camp
Camp Location: Helena, MT
At Swim, Splash and Sail Camp in Helena, Montana, you’ll discover Canyon Ferry Lake in all its majesty! You’ll
have fun in the water from sunup to sundown, learning to navigate a sailboat, fish, paddle board, and more.
Dates of 2015 camp season: July 26–August 7
Length of sessions: 2–5 days
2015 Fees: $125–$320
Grades the camp serves: 6th–12th
Website: http://gsmw.org/camp/
Contact information: JuDee O’Donnell, Camp Director, 2303 Grand Ave, Billings, MT 59102, 406-252-0488
Girl Scouts of Montana and Wyoming
Camp Name: Castle Rock
Camp Location: Butte, MT
The Girl Scouts of Montana and Wyoming offers leadership development, themed camps, and exploration of
nature for girls in grades K-12. Camp provides her with opportunities to become more independent, foster
her self-esteem, make new friends, learn new skills, and develop an appreciation for the outdoors. Our
traditional approach combined with a dynamic staff-team ensures the highest quality experience for every
camper.
Dates of 2015 camp season: July 28–August 10
Length of sessions: 2–5 days
2015 Fees: $80–$310
Grades the camp serves: K–12th
Website: http://gsmw.org/camp/
Contact information: JuDee O’Donnell, Camp Director, 2303 Grand Ave., Billings, MT 59102, 406-252-0488
Girl Scouts of Montana and Wyoming
Camp Name: Timbercrest
Camp Location: Red Lodge, MT
Camp Timbercrest offers leadership development, themed programs, and nature exploration for girls in
grades K–12. Providing opportunities to increase independence and self-esteem and to make new friends,
learn new skills, and develop an appreciation for the outdoors, our camp combines a traditional approach
with a dynamic team of staff that ensures every girl has a high-quality camp experience.
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Dates of 2015 camp season: June 14–July 2
Length of sessions: 2–5 days
2015 Fees: $80–$310
Grades the camp serves: K–12th
Website: http://gsmw.org/camp/
Contact information: JuDee O’Donnell, Camp Director, 2303 Grand Ave., Billings, MT 59102, 406-252-0488
NEW HAMPSHIRE
Girl Scouts of Eastern Massachusetts
Camp Name: Camp Runels
Camp Location: Pelham, NH
Experience Camp Runels’ unique mix of art and adventure. Let your creative side shine through in the craft
studio, giving the pottery wheel a spin, developing photos in the darkroom, or painting the next great
masterpiece. Travel New Hampshire by van, foot, canoe, or kayak through our trip and travel programs; you
might even paddle into the sunset on Squam Lake, summit Mt. Chocorua, or soar down a zip line in the
White Mountains.
Dates of 2015 camp season: June 28–August 14
Length of sessions: 1-week, 2-week, 3-week sessions
2015 Fees: $565–$1250
Grades the camp serves: entering 2nd–12th
Website: http://www.hercamp.org
Contact information: [email protected], 617-350-8335 (camp hotline), or 617-350-5246
(camp fax)
Girl Scouts of Eastern Massachusetts
Camp Name: Camp Wabasso
Camp Location: Bradford, NH
Aspiring actresses, writers, and directors take center stage in our theater programs. Showcase an original
production while perfecting your performance, costume creation, and writing skills—or saddle up at our
fully equipped stable and explore our horseback riding trails with lessons tailored for beginning to advanced
riders. First time at camp? Try a mini or one-week session. Want to explore the world beyond camp? Set a
course for adventure through our trip and travel destinations (grades 9–12). And no matter which program
you choose, you’ll enjoy traditional camp activities like swimming, boating, woodworking, campfires, and
more.
Dates of 2015 camp season: June 28–August 14
Length of sessions: 1-week, 2-week, 3-week sessions
2015 Fees: $565–$1875
Grades the camp serves: entering 2nd–12th
Website: http://www.hercamp.org
Contact information: [email protected], 617-350-8335 (camp hotline), or 617-350-5246
(camp fax)
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NEW JERSEY
Girl Scouts of Central & Southern NJ
Camp Name: Camp Sacajawea
Camp Location: Newfield, NJ
Camp Sacy, short for Camp Sacajawea, is a 186-acre camp located in the Pine Barrens of New Jersey.
Facilities include platform tents; craft and nature cabins; an open-air dining hall; a picturesque lake where
girls boat, canoe, and kayak; and an Olympic-size swimming pool. Sacy offers weeklong resident camp
experiences, offering boating, archery, swimming lessons, and more. Girls arrive on Sunday afternoon and
are welcomed to camp at the evening campfire where they meet their sister Girl Scouts while singing songs
and participating in fun activities. Resident camp runs from Sunday afternoon until Friday afternoon.
Dates of 2015 camp season: July 12–August 7
Length of sessions: 1 week (Sunday–Friday)
2015 Fees: $425/week and $600/week (horse camp)
Grades the camp serves: 4th–12th
Website: http://www.campforgirls.org
Contact information: Caitlyn Wyand, Summer Camp Director, [email protected] or 856-795-1560 ext. 240
NEW MEXICO
Girl Scouts of New Mexico Trails
Camp Name: Camp Rancho del Chaparral
Camp Location: Cuba, NM
A traditional camp located in the Jemez Mountains outside Cuba, New Mexico, Camp Rancho del Chaparral
specializes in horseback riding, hiking, nature exploration, archery, arts, and drama. Campers enjoy sleeping
in platform tents, Adirondacks, hogans (traditional dwellings of the Navajo people), and our popular covered
wagons.
Dates of 2015 camp season: May 31–August 7
Length of sessions: 3–6 nights, including weekend family camps
2015 Fees: $275–$450
Grades the camp serves: 1st–12th
Website: http://nmgirlscouts.org/camp.aspx
Contact information: Vanessa "Shoe" Grose, 505-924-2524
Girl Scouts of New Mexico Trails
Camp Name: Camp Elliott Barker
Camp Location: Angel Fire, NM
A rustic, high-adventure camp located in the Carson National Forest, Camp Elliott Barker specializes.in more
advanced, out-of-camp trips involving rock climbing, rafting, canoeing, paddle boarding, extended
backpacking, wilderness survival, low and high ropes courses (including a zip line), and archery. Campers
sleep in platform tents or cabins.
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Dates of 2015 camp season: June 8–August 7
Length of sessions: 3–6 nights, including weekend family camps
2015 Fees: $300–$400
Grades the camp serves: 4th–12th
Website: http://nmgirlscouts.org/camp.aspx
Contact information: Vanessa "Shoe" Grose, 505-924-2524
NEW YORK
Girl Scouts of Greater New York
Camp Name: Camp Kaufmann
Camp Location: Dutchess County, NY
Camp Kaufmann provides troop, “mom & me,” family, and independent camp experiences for girls. We offer
a pool, lake, frog pond, high and low ropes courses, butterfly garden and atrium, greenhouse and vegetable
garden, archery, snowshoeing, crafts, and more.
Dates of 2015 camp season: year-round
Length of sessions: day trips–weekends
2015 Fees: $35–$220
Grades the camp serves: K–12th
Website: www.girlscoutsnyc.org
Contact information: Karen Lundgard, [email protected] or 212-645-4000 ext. 226
Girl Scouts Heart of the Hudson
Camp Name: Rock Hill Camp
Camp Location: Mahopac, NY
Rock Hill Camp is located on 190 acres perfect for hiking, archery, high ropes, zip lining, swimming, and
boating. We offer something for every camper—high adventure, fashion, science, cooking, water fun, and so
much more. Campers stay in either all-weather cabins or platform tents with access to modern washhouses.
Dates of 2015 camp season: June 28–August 14
Length of sessions: 2 days–3 weeks
2015 Fees: $315–$1,900
Grades the camp serves: 1st–12th
Website: www.girlscoutshh.org/Summer-Camp/ or https://www.facebook.com/RockHillCamp
Contact information: [email protected] or 914-747-3080 ext. 613
Girl Scouts of Nassau County
Camp Name: Camp Blue Bay
Camp Location: East Hampton, NY
Camp Blue Bay is a traditional Girl Scout sleepaway camp located on Gardiner’s Bay. Girls live in either
platform tents or dormitory-style troop houses. Activities include swimming, boating, sailing, a low ropes
course, arts & crafts, nature programming, songs, games, outdoor cooking, and campfires.
Dates of 2015 camp season: July 9–August 20
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Length of sessions: 1–2-week sessions
2015 Fees: $625 (1 week) for registered Girl Scout (multi-week discount available)
Grades the camp serves: entering 1st–11th (as of September)
Website: http://www.gsnc.org/camp
Contact information: Laura Bissett-Carr, Manager, Program and Outdoor Services, [email protected] or 631604-2201
Girl Scouts of Northeastern New York
Camp Name: Hidden Lake Camp
Camp Location: Lake George, NY
Girls registering for this resident camp are in for an amazing experience. From beginning to end, they’ll have
the opportunity to customize their camp experience. Available are high and low ropes courses, creek
walking, kayaking, canoeing, paddle boarding, swimming, archery, hiking trails and mountains, arts & crafts,
and nature exploration. Come join the fun!
Dates of 2015 camp season: July 5–August 7
Length of sessions: Sunday–Friday
2015 Fees: $400/week, with optional specialty programs for an additional cost
Grades the camp serves: 1st–12th
Website: http://gsneny.org/summer-camp-2015
Contact information: Amy Kelly, [email protected] or 518-489-8110
Girl Scouts of Northeastern New York
Camp Name: Lake Clear Camp
Camp Location: near Saranac Lake, NY
Girls registering for this resident camp are in for an amazing experience. From beginning to end, they’ll have
the opportunity to customize their camp experience. Available are kayaking, canoeing, paddle boarding,
hiking trails and offsite trips to the Adirondack high peaks area, wild center and Paul Smith's College Visitor
Interpretive Center, arts & crafts, and nature exploration. Come join the fun!
Dates of 2015 camp season: July 5–July 31
Length of sessions: Sunday–Friday
2015 Fees: $400/week, with optional specialty programs for an additional cost
Grades the camp serves: 1st–12th
Website: http://gsneny.org/summer-camp-2015
Contact information: Amy Kelly, [email protected] or 518-489-8110
Girl Scouts of Suffolk County
Camp Name: Camp Edey
Camp Location: Bayport, NY
Camp Edey's sleepaway camp is located on 95 sprawling acres on the beautiful Sans Souci Lakes in Bayport,
New York. Offerings include two pools, an archery range, miles of hiking trails, and even a frog-friendly
pond. Camp fee includes all meals and activities.
Dates of 2015 camp season: July 20–24 or August 10–14
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Length of sessions: 5 days
2015 Fees: $495 per session
Grades the camp serves: 4th–9th
Website: http://www.gssc.us
Contact information: [email protected]
Girl Scouts of Western New York
Camp Name: Camp Seven Hills
Camp Location: Holland, NY
Camp Seven Hills is located in Holland, New York, and encompasses approximately 620 acres of woodland
paths, sunny meadows, ponds, streams, and hills. Camp facilities includes a lake, pool, central dining hall,
shower houses, cabin and platform tent units, a vast sports complex, horse stables and riding areas, and a
high and low ropes challenge course. At Camp Seven Hills, girls in grades 1–12 have the opportunity to
participate in a variety of activities, including swimming, boating, arts & crafts, ropes challenge course
programs, horseback riding, and out-of-camp trips. This is the perfect resident camp for your daughter(s) to
meet and make new friends, learn more about her/their abilities, and share the joy of summer with others.
Many campers return summer after summer for that “special something” they say Camp Seven Hills
provides.
Dates of 2015 camp season: July 5–August 14
Length of sessions: mini-, 1-week, and 2-week sessions
2015 Fees: $175–$605
Grades the camp serves: entering 1st–12th
Website: http://www.gswny.org
Contact information: Janet DePetrillo, Director of Outdoor Program, [email protected]
Girl Scouts of Western New York
Camp Name: Camp Timbercrest
Camp Location: Randolph, NY
Camp Timbercrest is located on 900 beautiful acres of the Allegheny Forest in Randolph, New York. The
camp includes a 31-acre lake, numerous hiking and horseback riding trails, central dining hall, shower house,
cabin and platform tent units, lodges, and horse stables. Camp Timbercrest is the perfect setting for girls in
grades 1–12 to experience a great traditional summer camp program. Girls will have an opportunity to
participate in a variety of activities, including swimming, boating, sailing, kayaking, arts & crafts, archery, and
horseback riding. While at Camp Timbercrest, your daughter(s) will meet and make new friends, learn more
about her/their abilities, and share the joy of summer with others
Dates of 2015 camp season: July 5–August 14
Length of sessions: mini-, 1-week, and 2-week sessions
2015 Fees: $175–$605
Grades the camp serves: entering 1st–12th
Website: http://www.gswny.org
Contact information: Janet DePetrillo, Director of Outdoor Program, [email protected]
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NORTH CAROLINA
Girl Scouts – North Carolina Coastal Pines
Camp Name: Camp Graham
Camp Location: Vance County, NC
Camp Graham is located on beautiful Kerr Lake, which is the main hub of activity for campers. The camp
consists of 155 acres of lakefront, open areas, and woodlands. Campers will enjoy the waterfront,
whether they swim, slide down the 10-foot water slide, canoe, kayak, paddle board, or sail (depending
on swimming ability level). Every camper will have the opportunity to participate in the camp’s
traditions and create a tie-dyed T-shirt, make crafts, take aim at archery, explore wide-open spaces, and
enjoy all else that camp has to offer. Campers will stay in either platform tents or cabins, based on
session.
Dates of 2015 camp season: June 14–July 26
Length of sessions: 3–6 days
2015 Fees: $260–430 (early-bird discount for registrations prior to March 31)
Grades the camp serves: 2nd–12th
Website: http://www.nccoastalpines.org/en/camp/summer-resident-camp.html
Contact information: Neph Bailey, [email protected] or 800-284-4476
Girl Scouts – North Carolina Coastal Pines
Camp Name: Camp Hardee
Camp Location: Beaufort County, NC
Camp Hardee is located southeast of Washington, North Carolina, on the Pamlico River. The camp
consists of 95 acres with riverfront, woodlands, and open space. Campers stay in air-conditioned cabins
while enjoying camp activities such as arts & crafts, swimming in the pool, archery, and canoeing. Some
sessions allow campers to kayak or sail on the river. During all sessions with girls entering grades 2–3,
counselors will sleep in cabins with the girls.
Dates of 2015 camp season: June 7–August 2
Length of sessions: 3–6 days
2015 Fees: $260–285 (early-bird discount for registrations prior to March 31)
Grades the camp serves: 2nd–12th
Website: http://www.nccoastalpines.org/en/camp/summer-resident-camp.html
Contact information: Kristi Doebler, [email protected] or 800-284-4475
Girl Scouts – North Carolina Coastal Pines
Camp Name: Camp Mary Atkinson
Camp Location: Johnston County, NC
Camp Mary Atkinson is located near Clayton in Johnston County. The camp consists of 278 acres of
woodlands. At Camp Mary Atkinson, campers can participate in the “Challenge by Choice” Alpine Tower
(for girls entering grades 4 and up), the bouldering grotto, and other camper favorites like the zeroentry swimming pool and the 10-foot waterslide. The Leadership Center hosts an air-conditioned dining
hall, stage, and technology center. Campers will also take aim at archery; go canoeing, kayaking, or
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paddle boarding on the pond; participate in nature activities; play sports in the “airnasium”; and much
more! Campers will stay in either platform tents or cabins.
Dates of 2015 camp season: June 7–July 26
Length of sessions: 3–6 days
2015 Fees: $260–430 (early-bird discount for registrations prior to March 31)
Grades the camp serves: 2nd–12th
Website: http://www.nccoastalpines.org/en/camp/summer-resident-camp.html
Contact information: Deanna Ludwick, [email protected] or 800-284-4475
OHIO
Girl Scouts of North East Ohio
Camp Name: Camp Timberlane
Camp Location: Wakeman, OH
Camp Timberlane is located on 324 scenic acres on the beautiful Firelands Reserve. The property includes
miles of hiking trails, an in-ground pool with shower house, meandering 6-acre lake, year-round archery
range, boating, challenge course, and observatory. Camping units are distinctive and unique, featuring two
cabin-style units, two treehouse units, and a platform tent unit. A variety of summer programs are offered,
including four- and six-day resident camps.
Dates of 2015 camp season: June 21–July 29
Length of sessions: 4–6 day programs
2015 Fees: $205–$360
Grades the camp serves: 1st–12th
Website: http://www.gsneo.org/en/camp/our-camps.html
Contact information: 800-852-4474
Girl Scouts of North East Ohio
Camp Name: Camp Ledgewood
Camp Location: Peninsula, OH
Camp Ledgewood is a beautifully rustic camp located within the boundaries of the Cuyahoga Valley National
Park. This 400-acre camp offers activities including swimming, whitewater rafting, horseback riding, archery,
canoeing, high ropes courses, zip lining, and more! Housing units include tents, cabins, and Adirondack
shelters. A variety of programs are offered, including six-day resident camps.
Dates of 2015 camp season: June 21–July 31
Length of sessions: 6-day programs
2015 Fees: $305–$450
Grades the camp serves: 1st–12th
Website: http://www.gsneo.org/en/camp/our-camps.html
Contact information: 800-852-4474
Girl Scouts of Western Ohio
Camp Name: Camp Libbey
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Camp Location: Defiance, OH
Nestled along the banks of the scenic Maumee River just outside Defiance, Ohio, Camp Libbey has close to
350 acres of fields, forests, and ravines. Resident and troop adventure camp sessions are offered, with a
variety of activities available to girls, including swimming, canoeing, archery, crafts, a challenge course,
climbing wall, and zip line.
Dates of 2015 camp season: July 13–August 7
Length of sessions: 2–5 nights
2015 Fees: $110–$410
Grades the camp serves: K–12th
Website: http://www.gswo.org/en/camp/summer-resident-camp.html
Contact information: 888-350-5090
Girl Scouts of Western Ohio
Camp Name: Camp Whip Poor Will
Camp Location: Morrow, OH
Located near the Little Miami River on 505 acres of land, Camp Whip Poor Will offers a variety of living
areas, including platform tents and Conestoga wagons. Ravines give way to small creeks which make
excellent spots for creek hikes and fossil hunts. A small pond, low challenge course, archery range,
swimming pool, and craft area are a few of the exciting features of Camp Whip Poor Will.
Dates of 2015 camp season: June 14–July 10
Length of sessions: 2–5 nights
2015 Fees: $145–$500
Grades the camp serves: 1st–12th
Website: http://www.gswo.org/en/camp/summer-resident-camp.html
Contact information: 888-350-5090
OKLAHOMA
Girl Scouts of Eastern Oklahoma
Camp Name: Camp Tallchief
Camp Location: Near Tulsa, OK
Camp Tallchief on the beautiful, private Zink Ranch features a horse arena and trails, swimming pool, lake,
ponds, archery range, and ropes course, among many other program areas. In 2016, new camper cabins will
be air-conditioned with indoor bathroom facilities. Sessions are predominantly theme based and feature
horseback riding, sailing, zoology, rock climbing, waterskiing, fishing, and much more. Lesson plans for each
session strive to incorporate Girl Scout Journeys and badge-related programming.
Dates of 2015 camp season: June 7–July 24
Length of sessions: 3 days–3 weeks
2015 Fees: $125–$650
Grades the camp serves: entering 1st–12th
Website: http://www.gseok.org
Contact information: Becky Simpson, [email protected]
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OREGON
Girl Scouts of Oregon and Southwest Washington
Camp Name: Camp Cleawox
Camp Location: Florence, OR
Hear that sound? Adventure on the Oregon Coast is calling! Camp Cleawox is all about sand, surf, and sun as
girls discover swimming, kayaking, canoeing, and the wonder of the Pacific Ocean. What will the tide pools
reveal today? How will we decorate our sand castle? Who will be the ga-ga ball champion? At this magical
lakeside camp, girls decide!
Dates of 2015 camp season: June 28–August 19
Length of sessions: 2–12 nights
2015 Fees: $130–$1150 ($90–$950 with subsidized pricing)
Grades the camp serves: Daisy–Ambassador
Website: http://www.girlscoutsosw.org/en/camps/explore_our-camps/camp_cleawox.html
Contact information: [email protected]
Girl Scouts of Oregon and Southwest Washington
Camp Name: Camp Whispering Winds
Camp Location: Philomath, OR
The summer breeze blows softly over canoes docked at Lake of the Winds as girls get ready for a day of fun!
At Camp Whispering Winds, there’s so much to choose from: spend time with the horses and go for a trail
ride, splash and lounge at the hillside pool, play meadow games, or search for the source of a babbling
stream. Finish your day with a campfire song as the sun sets over the beautiful central Willamette Valley.
Dates of 2015 camp season: June 28–August 15
Length of sessions: 2–12 nights
2015 Fees: $130–$1150 ($90–$950 with subsidized pricing)
Grades the camp serves: Daisy–Ambassador
Website: http://www.girlscoutsosw.org/en/camps/explore_our-camps/Camp_whispering_winds.html
Contact information: [email protected]
PENNSYLVANIA
Girl Scouts of Eastern Pennsylvania
Camp Name: Camp Mosey Wood
Camp Location: White Haven, PA
At Camp Mosey Wood, adventure awaits! Explore Mosey Wood Pond as you fly over the water on the new
dueling zip line, make a splash as you soar into the air off the Aqua Tower, or race your friends on stand-up
paddle boards. Challenge yourself on a multi-level high challenge course or a low challenge course. In
addition to activities linked with your chosen camp theme, you’ll enjoy traditional camp activities like
archery, cookouts, campfires, a climbing wall, swimming, boating, arts & crafts, nature and science
programming, hiking, teambuilding, and more!
Dates of 2015 camp season: June 21–August 7
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Length of sessions: 3-day, 1-week, 2-week, 3-week, and 4-week programs
2015 Fees: $195–$840
Grades the camp serves: 1st–12th
Website: http://www.gsep.org/camps/resident-camps.php
Contact information: April Beattie, [email protected]
Girl Scouts of Eastern Pennsylvania
Camp Name: Camp Wood Haven
Camp Location: Pine Grove, PA
Alpacas, horses, and critters, oh my! Join us at Camp Wood Haven where you can take care of alpacas in our
critter cabin and horseback-ride on camp trails. After choosing your camp theme, take part in traditional
camp activities including a climbing wall, swimming in the pool, archery, playing gaga, teambuilding on the
low ropes course, arts & crafts projects, exploring nature, and more. We also have an extensive selection of
older-girl programs, featuring out-of-camp trips that will take you to thrilling theme parks, back in time via
the Renaissance Fair, and on “extreme ghost hunting” adventures!
Dates of 2015 camp season: June 21–August 14
Length of sessions: 3-day, 1-week, 2-week, 3-week, and 4-week programs
2015 Fees: $195–$820
Grades the camp serves: 1st–12th
Website: http://www.gsep.org/camps/resident-camps.php
Contact information: Michele Bement, [email protected]
Girl Scouts of Eastern Pennsylvania
Camp Name: Camp Laughing Waters
Camp Location: Gilbertsville, PA
Friendship and fun in the sun—what more could you ask for? Camp Laughing Waters will deliver your best
summer yet as you go horseback riding on camp trails, play a round of disc golf, and spend time in the trees
on our brand-new high ropes course. After choosing your camp theme, spend time doing traditional camp
activities including archery, playing gaga, arts & crafts, swimming in the pool, cookouts, teambuilding on the
low ropes course, campfires, nature activities, hiking, and more! You can also explore national parks,
waterparks, and amusement parks on our out-of-camp trips!
Dates of 2015 camp season: June 21–August 7
Length of sessions: 3-day, 1-week, 2-week, 3-week, and 4-week programs
2015 Fees: $170–$780
Grades the camp serves: 1st–12th
Website: http://www.gsep.org/camps/resident-camps.php
Contact information: Megan Rich, [email protected]
Girl Scouts in the Heart of PA
Camp Name: Camp Archbald
Camp Location: Kingsley, PA
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We offer traditional camping as well as ranch experiences. Girls will have the opportunity to do exactly what
they want at camp, creating their own schedule and choosing a badge they would like to earn. Note that for
girls interested in horseback riding, space is limited and fills up quickly.
Dates of 2015 camp season: June 14–August 7
Length of sessions: Sunday–Friday
2015 Fees: $249–$399
Grades the camp serves: 2nd–10th
Website: http://www.gshpa.org
Contact information: [email protected]
Girl Scouts in the Heart of PA
Camp Name: Camp Small Valley
Camp Location: Halifax, PA
We offer traditional camping as well as ranch experiences. Girls will have the opportunity to do exactly what
they want at camp, creating their own schedule and choosing a badge they would like to earn. Note that for
girls interested in horseback riding, space is limited and fills up quickly.
Dates of 2015 camp season: June 14–August 7
Length of sessions: Sunday–Friday
2015 Fees: $249–$399
Grades the camp serves: 2nd–10th
Website: http://www.gshpa.org
Contact information: [email protected]
Girl Scouts Western Pennsylvania
Camp Name: Camp Hawthorne Ridge
Camp Location: Girard, PA
Camp Hawthorne Ridge is located in Fairview Township, Erie County. The camp boasts 207 beautiful acres
with a variety of housing options – tents, cabins, and lodges. Camp Hawthorne Ridge is a great place for new
or less experienced campers looking to develop their outdoor skills.
Dates of 2015 camp season: July 15–August 9
Length of sessions: 1–5 nights
2015 Fees: $25–$425
Grades the camp serves: K–8th
Website: http://www.gswpa.org
Contact information: [email protected] or 800-248-3355
Girl Scouts Western Pennsylvania
Camp Name: Camp Singing Hills
Camp Location: Oil City, PA
Camp Singing Hills is located in Venango County, between Franklin and Oil City, in the foothills of the
Allegheny River, French Creek, and Oil Creek. The 221-acre camp is Girl Scouts Western Pennsylvania’s highadventure camp, challenging girls in archery, target shooting, low and high ropes, and canoeing (offsite).
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This camp is perfect for older Girl Scouts ready to take on new physical and mental challenges. Singing Hills
has a beautiful wooded hiking trail and an awesome outdoor amphitheater with a babbling brook running
alongside. Camping accommodations include tents, yurts, and lodges.
Dates of 2015 camp season: June 19–July 12
Length of sessions: 2–3 nights
2015 Fees: $95–$195
Grades the camp serves: 4th–12th
Website: http://www.gswpa.org
Contact information: [email protected] or 800-248-3355
Girl Scouts Western Pennsylvania
Camp Name: Camp Conshatawba
Camp Location: Summer Hill, PA
Camp Conshatawba, located in Summerhill, Cambria County, sits on 300-plus wooded acres and is an
excellent place for campers of all ages to explore who they are and who they want to be. Conshatawba
boasts beautiful modern lodges, cozy cabins, and platform tents for sleeping. Girls and adults alike can
experience the sound of the babbling Laurel Run and enjoy our vista of the beautiful Laurel Highlands. While
each camp session has a focused theme, girls and families can participate in traditional Conshatawba
activities for a well-rounded camp experience.
Dates of 2015 camp season: June 19–August 2
Length of sessions: 1–12 nights
2015 Fees: $40–$425
Grades the camp serves: 1st–12th
Website: http://www.gswpa.org
Contact information: [email protected] or 800-248-3355
Girl Scouts Western Pennsylvania
Camp Name: Camp Skymeadow
Camp Location: Avonmore, PA
Camp Skymeadow sits on 371 acres of grassy meadows and a stand of evergreens at the southern tip of
Armstrong County, near Avonmore. This camp is a great space for beginning campers, with all the amenities.
Camp Skymeadow boasts modern lodges with indoor facilities, electricity, and full kitchens. Depending on
the program you sign up for, you may also have the option of staying in a platform tent. Camp Skymeadow is
the place for girls entering grades K–6 to experience CORE camp and family camp.
Dates of 2015 camp season: June 19–July 26
Length of sessions: 1–2 nights
2015 Fees: $100–$130
Grades the camp serves: K–6th
Website: http://www.gswpa.org
Contact information: [email protected] or 800-248-3355
Girl Scouts Western Pennsylvania
Camp Name: Camp Redwing
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Camp Location: Renfrew, PA
Since 1923, Camp Redwing has been a terrific place for girls to enjoy a traditional resident camp experience.
Whether girls are staying in a platform tent or a yurt, Redwing is great opportunity for girls to make new
friends and reunite with old friends. Girls can choose their own adventures at Camp Redwing and learn new
skills from counselors and other girls. We offer two-night and two-week programs; there’s something for
every camper at Redwing!
Dates of 2015 camp season: June 17–August 12
Length of sessions: 2–12 nights
2015 Fees: $120–$720
Grades the camp serves: K–12th
Website: http://www.gswpa.org
Contact information: [email protected] or 800-248-3355
RHODE ISLAND
Girl Scouts of Southeastern New England
Camp Name: Camp Hoffman
Camp Location: Kingstown, RI
Situated on 170 acres on the shores of Larkin Pond, Camp Hoffman offers girls the chance to participate in
swimming lessons in a natural pond, hiking, archery, arts & crafts, and camp skill building. They also have
access to a deluxe ropes challenge course.
Dates of 2015 camp season: June 28–30 and July 5–August 7
Length of sessions: 3-day and 1-week sessions
2015 Fees: $450 (general program)–$860 (specialty programs)
Grades the camp serves: 2nd–12th
Website: www.gssne.org
Contact information: Charlotte Markey, Outdoor Program Specialist, [email protected] or 401-331-4500
ext. 1419
SOUTH CAROLINA
Girl Scouts of Eastern South Carolina
Camp Name: Sandy Ridge
Camp Location: Bennettsville, SC
Sandy Ridge is on 500 acres of beautiful sand hills and includes two lakes. With a capacity of 72 girls per
session, Sandy Ridge is the perfect place to spend summer break. Facilities include a swimming pool, archery
range, sports field, clay pit, and air-conditioned dining hall. There are three sleeping units; two are air
conditioned while one is in a heavily shaded area. Girls can attend traditional resident camp, enjoy a camp
experience with their family, or opt to attend with their troop during one of our troop adventure camp (TAC)
sessions. Sandy Ridge also utilizes Camp Pee Dee, which is in very close proximity to Sandy Ridge, for our
horse and high ropes programs.
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Dates of 2015 camp season: June 14–July 31
Length of sessions: 3–6 days
2015 Fees: $55–$530
Grades the camp serves: K–12th
Website: http://www.gsesc.org
Contact information: Chuck Iler, [email protected] or 843-479-6814
South Carolina-Mountains to Midlands
Camp Name: Camp WaBak
Camp Location: Marietta, SC
Our mountain location offers sessions for girls that include activities such as horseback riding, swimming,
arts & crafts, outdoor adventures, and much more. Program opportunities await Girl Scout Cadettes as they
participate in travel adventures. Girl Scout Seniors and Ambassadors who are up for the challenge will want
to check out the leadership opportunities and all the fun they have to offer.
Dates of 2015 camp season: June 10–August 7
Length of sessions: 3 days–2 weeks
2015 Fees: $130–$450
Grades the camp serves: entering 1st–12th
Website: http://www.gssc-mm.org
Contact information: Lynn Arve, [email protected] or 864-770-1410
South Carolina-Mountains to Midlands
Camp Name: Camp Occaneechi
Camp Location: Lexington, SC
Through a partnership with the YMCA of Columbia, Camp Occaneechi offers girls the opportunity to enjoy
resident camp. Program opportunities include a lake, hiking trails, sports fields, pony rides, arts & crafts, and
an archery range.
Dates of 2015 camp season: June 21–July 10
Length of sessions: 3 days–1 week
2015 Fees: $120–$260
Grades the camp serves: entering 1st–6th
Website: http://www.gssc-mm.org
Contact information: Meika Samuel, [email protected] or 803-461-3729
SOUTH DAKOTA
Girl Scouts – Dakota Horizons
Camp Name: TDAF
Camp Location: Aberdeen, SD
This week is all about YOU! Meet new friends, go swimming, cook outdoors, and create memories you will
never forget!
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Dates of 2015 camp season: July 12–17
Length of sessions: Sunday, July 12–Friday, July 17
2015 Fees: $190 ($15 discount if you register by May 4)
Grades the camp serves: 6th–12th
Website: http://gsdakotahorizons.org/for-girls/camps/
Contact information: Kristi Thunker, [email protected]
TENNESSEE
Girl Scouts Heart of the South
Camp Name: Kamp Kiwani
Camp Location: Middleton, TN
Join us for a summer filled with horseback riding, kayaking, canoeing, archery, low ropes course, arts &
crafts, hiking, playing in our mud pit (gullies), and so much more! We have themed sessions that cater to a
range of interests. Great times are ahead—we hope to see you at Camp Kiwani!
Dates of 2015 camp season: May 31–June 12
Length of sessions: 3 days–2 weeks
2015 Fees: $200–$700
Grades the camp serves: 1st–12th
Website: http://girlscoutshs.org/2015-summer-camp
Contact information: Suzanne Forsythe, Camp Services Manager/Camp Director,
[email protected] or 662-350-6048
Girl Scouts of Middle Tennessee
Camp Name: Camp Holloway
Camp Location: Millersville, Tennessee
Who said the beauty of nature and first class camping accommodations couldn’t be enjoyed
together? Camp Holloway is located 45 minutes north of Nashville, Tennessee on a beautiful 80-acre
property. Founded by Josephine Holloway 60 years ago. This camp has a rich history, a program complete
with the creative arts, adventure programs and day camp. Programs include; drama, art, challenge courses
travel programs and swimming.
Dates of 2015 camp season: May 31 – July 10
Length of sessions: 3 day to 1 week
2015 Fees: $195 - $500
Grades the camp serves: K – 8th
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Contact information: Rachel “Hoot” Hannabass, [email protected], 615-460-0212
Girl Scouts of Middle Tennessee
Camp Name: Camp Sycamore Hills
Camp Location: Ashland City, Tennessee
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Whether it’s canoeing, horseback riding or aiming for the target on the archery range, Camp Sycamore Hills
has what you want. We have been bringing once in a lifetime opportunities to girls for 55 years. Camp is
742 acres filled with horse programming, adventure programming, girl training and traditional camp
activities. We also offer weekend overnight experiences.
Dates of 2015 camp season: May 31 – July 24
Length of sessions: 3 days to one week
2015 Fees: $75 - $675
Grades the camp serves: Kindergarten to 12th grade
Link for website or website page: http://gsmidtn.org/wp-content/uploads/downloads/2014/12/CampBrochure-2015-.pdf
Contact information: Tracy “Moma Coral” Tudder, [email protected], 615-460-0241
Girl Scouts of Southern Appalachians
Camp Name: Camp Tanasi
Camp Location: Andersonville, TN
A girl never forgets summer camp, place she makes new friends and memories for life! At Camp Tanasi,
she’ll rise to meet the challenge of learning new skills while enjoying what she already loves best.
This year, we’ve taken a great experience and made it even better: based on girl feedback, we’ve developed
new programs and improved old ones.
Dates of 2015 camp season: June 14–July 23
Length of sessions: 3–5 day
2015 Fees: $210–$335
Grades the camp serves: 1st–12th
Website: http://www.girlscoutcsa.org/en/camps/SummerCamp.html
Contact information: Oreon “Owl” Millard, Camp Director, [email protected]
TEXAS
Girl Scouts of Central Texas
Camp Name: Camp Kachina
Camp Location: Temple, TX
With programs that include sailing, “Pioneer Girls,” and “Harriet Potter,” Camp Kachina serves our Girl
Scouts of Central Texas and beyond in fun, innovative, and exciting ways in the great outdoors! Our sessions
include leadership opportunities for counselors-in-training and a backpacking adventure to equip girls with
advanced outdoor skills. Whether she’s a first-time camper or a seasoned camp fan, there’s something for
every Girl Scout at Girl Scouts of Central Texas camps!
Dates of 2015 camp season: June 14–July 24
Length of sessions: 1-week and 2-week sessions
2015 Fees: $300–$355
Grades the camp serves: 1st–12th
Website: http://www.gsctx.org/en/camps/explore-our-camps/camp-kachina.html
Contact information: KJ Falchuk, Camps Manager, [email protected] or 512-264-1044
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Girl Scouts of Central Texas
Camp Name: Camp Texlake
Camp Location: Spicewood, TX
With programs that include horses, high ropes, and “Harriet Potter,” Camp Texlake serves our Girl Scouts of
Central Texas and beyond in fun, innovative, and exciting ways in the beautiful Texas Hill Country! Our
sessions include leadership opportunities for counselors, rangers, or wranglers -in-training. Whether she’s a
first-time camper or a seasoned camp fan, there’s something for every Girl Scout at Girl Scouts of Central
Texas camps!
Dates of 2015 camp season: June 14–July 31
Length of sessions: half-week, 1-week, and 2-week sessions
2015 Fees: $355–$465
Grades the camp serves: 1st–12th
Website: http://www.gsctx.org/en/camps/explore-our-camps/camp-texlake.html
Contact information: KJ Falchuk, Camps Manager, [email protected] or 512-264-1044
Girl Scouts of the Desert Southwest of Southern NM and West Texas
Camp Name: Camp Mitre Peak
Camp Location: Alpine, TX
Camp Mitre Peak is located in the rugged mountains of West Texas at the base of our 6,000-foot namesake,
Mitre Peak. The camp program is girl-led: girls choose all activities they participate in, including hiking,
rappelling, archery, swimming, horseback riding, arts & crafts, pottery, jewelry making, and STEM, as well as,
for older girls, kayaking, hiking and horseback riding in the Big Bend, and getting certified as a scuba diver.
Camp Mitre Peak offers specialty programs (sessions one and two) and individual girl and troop camping
(session three), all based on Girl Scout Journeys and badges.
Dates of 2015 camp season: Session I: June 28–July 4, Session 2: July 5–11, Session 3: July 12–18
Length of sessions: full week, Sunday–Saturday; half week (Session 3 only), Sunday–Wednesday and
Wednesday–Saturday
2015 Fees: $270–$685
Grades the camp serves: entering 1st–12th
Website: http://www.gsdsw.org
Contact information: Christi Patton, Program Director, [email protected] or 432-550-2688 ext. 313
Girl Scouts of Greater South Texas
Camp Name: Camp Bayview
Camp Location: Bayview, TX (near Los Fresnos)
At Camp Bayview, girls have the chance to make lasting friendships, develop new skills, learn about nature,
and have fun in a safe environment. Through cooperative and hands-on learning, girls build self-esteem and
independence. With trained, supportive volunteers, our camps create a world where girls can learn and
grow. We offer several mini camps—the ultimate “camp sampler” where girls can cook outdoors, swim,
make crafts, and have fun. We also offer two weeklong resident camps with themes, delivering girls a
learning adventure with hands-on STEM programming as they make new friends and build lifelong
memories and skills.
Dates of 2015 camp season: June 12–July 31
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Length of sessions: 3–6 days
2015 Fees: Mini Camps: $80–$220
Website: http://www.gsgst.org/images/PDFS/Program/2015SummerCamperRegistration.pdf
Contact information: [email protected], 956-425-2388 ext. 305, or 800-477-2688
Girl Scouts of Greater South Texas
Camp Name: Camp Laredo
Camp Location: Girl Scout Service Center Office, Laredo, TX
At Camp Laredo, girls have the chance to make lasting friendships, develop new skills, learn about nature,
and have fun in a safe environment. Through cooperative and hands-on learning, girls build self-esteem and
independence. With trained, supportive volunteers, our camps create a world where girls can learn and
grow. We offer one mini camp at this location—the ultimate “camp sampler” where girls can cook outdoors,
swim, make crafts, and have fun.
Dates of 2015 camp season: June 26–28
Length of sessions: 3 days
2015 Fees: $80/girl
Grades the camp serves: 2nd–8th
Website: http://www.gsgst.org/images/PDFS/Program/2015SummerCamperRegistration.pdf
Contact information: [email protected], 956-425-2388 ext. 305, or 800-477-2688
Girl Scouts of Northeast Texas
Camp Name: Camp Gambill
Camp Location: Sumner, TX
Camp Gambill is home away from home for the girl who can’t wait to swim in the lake, kayak with her
friends, play sand volleyball, aim for a bull’s-eye at the archery range, or try “goosey golf” before heading
back to her air-conditioned cabin with new camp friends!
Dates of 2015 camp season: June 14–July 3
Length of sessions: 3-day and 6-day sessions available
2015 Fees: $210 for 3-day sessions, $380 for 6-day sessions
Grades the camp serves: entering 2nd–12th
Website: http://www.gsnetx.org/camp
Contact information: [email protected]
Girl Scouts of Northeast Texas
Camp Name: Camp Rocky Point
Camp Location: Denison, TX
Laugh with friends, sleep in platform tents, splash in the lake, learn to kayak or sail, roast marshmallows,
and make great memories with new friends at Camp Rocky Point this summer! Plenty of outdoor adventure
awaits you, including on the lake; afterward, cool off in air-conditioned unit shelters, making crafts and
playing games.
Dates of 2015 camp season: July 8–July 31
Length of sessions: 3-day, 6-day, and 10-day sessions available
2015 Fees: $210–$615
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Grades the camp serves: entering 2nd–12th
Website: http://www.gsnetx.org/camp
Contact information: [email protected]
Girl Scouts of Northeast Texas
Camp Name: Camp Bette Perot
Camp Location: Palestine, TX
Camp Bette Perot is home to our award-winning equestrian program and a horse lover’s paradise! Imagine
swimming with friends in the new Bette Perot Aquatic Center pool, challenging yourself on the ropes course,
and playing on the sports field. The fun continues as you retreat to the air-conditioned lodges and cabins
and breeze-filled platform tents.
Dates of 2015 camp season: June 14–July 31
Length of sessions: 3–6 days
2015 Fees: $210–$455
Grades the camp serves: entering 2nd–12th
Website: http://www.gsnetx.org/camp
Contact information: [email protected]
Girl Scouts of San Jacinto Council
Camp Name: Camp Agnes Arnold
Camp Location: Conroe, TX
Shadow Lake is the main attraction at Camp Agnes Arnold, located near Conroe, TX. The lake offers 35 acres
of cool, refreshing fun for campers. Girls may enjoy canoeing, swimming, nature fun and fishing on Shadow
Lake, in addition to traditional camp activities such as swimming, making crafts, going on hikes, archery,
playing games and making new friends. Campers will stay in platform tents, tree houses or cabins, and
escape from the heat into the air-conditioned lodge, classrooms, library and nature center.
Dates of 2015 camp season: June 14–July 31
Length of sessions: 2 nights (Sunday–Tuesday or Wednesday–Friday), 1 week (Sunday–Friday), or 2 weeks
2015 Fees: $200 for 2-night session, $375–$450 for 1-week session, $750 for 2-week session
Grades the camp serves: entering 1st–12th
Website: http://residentcamp.gssjc.org
Contact information: [email protected] or 713-292-0224
Girl Scouts of San Jacinto Council
Camp Name: Camp Casa Mare
Camp Location: Seabrook, TX
Camp Casa Mare on Galveston Bay is a tropical paradise for ocean lovers and landlubbers alike. The warm,
salty breezes, the call of gulls, and the sight of sailboats gliding across the bay provide the perfect setting for
seaside fun. A fleet of sunfish, lasers, and sloops offers a challenging experience for those who wish to gain
expertise in our mariner program or just learn the basics of sailing. There are also many activities for
landlubbers, including fencing, sports, drama, swimming, and crafts. Girls at Camp Casa Mare live in
dormitories and gather in the climate-controlled galley for meals and activities.
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Dates of 2015 camp season: June 14–July 31
Length of sessions: 1 week (Sunday–Friday) or 2 weeks
2015 Fees: $375–$450 for 1 week, $750 for 2 weeks
Grades the camp serves: entering 4th–12th
Website: http://residentcamp.gssjc.org
Contact information: [email protected] or 713-292-0224
Girl Scouts of San Jacinto Council
Camp Name: Camp Misty Meadows
Camp Location: Conroe, TX
Horseback riding is the main attraction at Camp Misty Meadows, near Conroe, Texas. The equestrian center
includes four riding arenas and a herd of 40 horses waiting to be ridden, hugged, and groomed by campers.
In addition to our four-legged attractions, the camp offers a pool, archery range, and covered pavilion. Girls
can participate in traditional camp activities such as making crafts, enjoying nature, going on hikes, cooking
outdoors, and playing games. Cabins and dormitories are home to girls at Misty Meadows, and campers eat
most of their meals in the climate-controlled lodge.
Dates of 2015 camp season: June 14–July 31
Length of sessions: 1 week (Sunday–Friday) or 2 weeks
2015 Fees: $375–$450 for 1 week, $750 for 2 weeks
Grades the camp serves: entering 2nd–12th
Website: http://residentcamp.gssjc.org
Contact information: [email protected] or 713-292-0224
Girl Scouts of Southwest Texas
Camp Name: Camp La Jita
Camp Location: Utopia, TX
Camp La Jita is a Native American phrase meaning “precious possession,” aptly chosen as the name of
this Girl Scouts of Southwest Texas camp that rests on 236 acres of Texas Hill Country land along
the beautiful Sabinal River. Camp La Jita has seen thousands of happy campers since it opened in
1946. Here, girls develop independence while under the supervision of specially trained camp staff who
help girls plan activities to create a unique camp experience. Activities range from riding horses, swimming,
hiking, archery, canoeing, arts & crafts, cookouts, nature activities, singing, hikes, games, earning Girl Scout
badges, and more. Camp La Jita is proud to be accredited by the American Camp Association.
Dates of 2015 camp season: June 14–August 7
Length of sessions: 1–2 weeks
2015 Fees: $150–$525
Grades the camp serves: entering K–12th
Website: http://www.girlscouts-swtx.org
Contact information: Becky Jennings, [email protected] or 210-349-2404 ext. 241
Girl Scouts of Texas Oklahoma Plains
Camp Name: Camp Kiwanis
Camp Location: Amarillo, TX
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Camp Kiwanis is located in a hidden canyon on the prairies of the Texas Panhandle. Sleeping arrangements
are in stone and wooden cabins with some air conditioning. Activities include horseback riding, swimming,
archery, a ropes course, and arts & crafts. Session interests range from outdoor skill building and the
environment to STEM activities.
Dates of 2015 camp season: June and July
Length of sessions: 3-, 4-, 6-, and 13-day sessions
2015 Fees: $150–$410
Grades the camp serves: entering 2nd–9th
Website: http://www.gs-top.org
Contact information: Natalie Stephenson, Director of Outdoor Education/Camp Director, [email protected] or 806-553-3173
Girl Scouts of Texas Oklahoma Plains
Camp Name: Stevens Ranch
Camp Location: Nemo, TX (Between Glenrose and Cleburne, TX)
Stevens Ranch is located on the Brazos River with an abundance of trees and flowers. Sleeping
arrangements are in cabins. Activities include swimming, horseback riding, arts & crafts, archery, outdoor
skill building, and environmental and STEM activities.
Dates of 2015 camp season: June, July, and first week of August
Length of sessions: 3–13 days
2015 Fees: $165–$795
Grades the camp serves: entering 3rd–12th
Website: http://www.gs-top.org
Contact information: Heidi Vose, Camp Director, [email protected] or 817- 869-0736
UTAH
Girl Scouts of Utah
Camp Name: Trefoil Ranch
Camp Location: Provo Canyon, UT
Located on 123 acres of beautiful ranch country tucked away in Provo Canyon, Trefoil Ranch has amazing
facilities, including a lodge, ranch house, and bunk house, as well as showers, electricity, how water, and
flush toilets. Campers sleep in platform tents or cabins with staff located nearby. Trefoil Ranch is home to
more than 25 horses and, depending on the camp session, girls can enjoy horseback riding instruction, high
and low ropes courses, archery, biking, hiking, and other camp activities. All riding programs are subject to
weather conditions.
Dates of 2015 camp season: June 22–August 12
Length of sessions: 3-, 4-, 6-, 10-plus-day programs
2015 Fees: $275+ for a full week
Grades the camp serves: entering 1st–12th
Website: http://www.gsutah.org/summer-camp
Contact information: Amber Pedersen, [email protected] or 801-265-8472
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Girl Scouts of Utah
Camp Name: Camp Cloud Rim
Camp Location: Park City, UT
Camp Cloud Rim sits at an elevation of 9,200 feet near Park City, nestled in aspen and pine on the shores of
Lake Brimhall. Camp Cloud Rim has beautiful facilities, including a lodge and shower house, with electricity,
hot water, and flush toilets. Girls live in cabins or platform tents with staff located nearby. Depending on the
camp session, campers may participate in canoeing, sailing, kayaking, swimming, photography, pottery, rock
climbing, hiking, and backpacking. All waterfront programs are subject to weather conditions.
Dates of 2015 camp season: June 22–August 12
Length of sessions: 3-, 4-, 6-, 10-plus-day programs
2015 Fees: $275+ for a full week
Grades the camp serves: entering 1st–12th
Website: http://www.gsutah.org/summer-camp
Contact information: Amber Pedersen, [email protected] or 801-265-8472
VERMONT
Girl Scouts of the Green and White Mountains
Camp Name: Camp Farnsworth
Camp Location: Thetford, VT
Camp Farnsworth has been a resident camp for more than 100 summers running and is accredited by the
ACA. Through traditional camp activities like swimming, boating, arts & crafts, horseback riding, and more,
campers learn the importance of developing their full potential, the spirit of teamwork, and the thrill of
feeling successful. Girls will challenge themselves and have fun planning their own activities. Campers live in
tents and different styles of cabins (which house 4 –12 girls), eat most meals in a central dining hall (except
when cooking out), and swim in our private lake.
Dates of 2015 camp season: June 28–August 12
Length of sessions: 4-day, 1-week, 2-week sessions
2015 Fees: $250–$890
Grades the camp serves: K–12th
Website: http://girlscoutsgwm.org/general/page/summer-camp
Contact information: Karen Provost, Camp Pathway Manager, [email protected] or 888-4749686 ext. 4114
VIRGINIA
Girl Scout Council of Colonial Coast
Camp Name: Camp Skimino
Camp Location: Williamsburg, VA
Camp Skimino is located on 90 wooded acres near Williamsburg, Virginia. Camp includes a swimming pool,
boating pond, two modern bathhouses, and a large playing field. The dining hall, craft house, health lodge,
and some housing units are air conditioned. Camp Skimino programs are written with the interests of girls in
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grades 1–12 in mind, and each grade-level program uses the Girl Scout Leadership Experience to inspire girls
to make new friends, try new things, and learn new skills, while building the courage, confidence, and
character to make the world a better place. Designed as a village especially for girls, Camp Skimino is made
up of a series of neighborhoods referred to as units. The unit a camper sleeps in depends on her age and
program selected. Girls live in platform tents or cabins with counselors nearby.
Dates of 2015 camp season: July 5–August 7
Length of sessions: 1 week
2015 Fees: $310–$400
Grades the camp serves: 1st–12th
Website: http://www.gsccc.org/Camp.aspx
Contact information: [email protected]
Girl Scouts of the Commonwealth of Virginia
Camp Name: Pamunkey Ridge Girl Scout Camp
Camp Location: Hanover, VA
Pamunkey Ridge Girl Scout Camp is located on 240 acres along the banks of the Pamunkey River
approximately 25 minutes north of Richmond. A day and resident camp program facility, Pamunkey Ridge
features fully-enclosed cabins, modern restrooms, and dining hall equipped with a restaurant quality
kitchen, arts and crafts pavilion, a swimming pool, equestrian center, and a large sports field.
Dates of 2015 camp season: June 14, 2015 - August 7, 2015
Length of sessions: 4-6 days
2015 Fees: $180 - $400
Grades the camp serves: 1-12
Website:www.comgirlscouts.org/camp<http://www.comgirlscouts.org/camp>
Contact information: Aaron-Paula Thompson, Director of Programs, [email protected]
804.746.0590 ext. 322
Girl Scout Council of the Nation’s Capital
Camp Name: Camp Potomac Woods
Camp Location: Leesburg, VA
From swimming and hiking to singing and eating s’mores, only a girl’s imagination will limit what she can do
at Camp Potomac Woods. This is a popular place for first-time campers, offering programming to girls in
grades K–11. Programs range from three days to a week in length and focus on a specific interest—but all
girls can participate in general camp activities like swimming, crafts, cookouts, and more.
Dates of 2015 camp season: mid–June–mid-August
Length of sessions: 3 days–1 week
2015 Fees: $220-$750
Grades camp serves: K–11th
Website: http://www.gscnc.org
Contact information: Denise Viau, Camping Services Manager, [email protected] or 202-274-3308
Girl Scout Council of the Nation’s Capital
Camp Name: Camp May Flather
Camp Location: Mt. Solon, VA
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An adventure awaits you here, whether it’s taking in the mountain air, splashing in the pool, or savoring the
thrill of our challenge course. Set in the George Washington National Forest, Camp May Flather offers
traditional camp activities blended with modern-day challenges for girls in grades 4–11. Historic Stone
Lodge, one of the camp’s oldest structures, is a great place for a girl to express herself creatively with arts &
crafts, including by weaving on one of our antique barn looms. A challenge course helps girls work as a team,
build confidence, and gain problem-solving skills. Highly trained staff members supervise all adventure
activities. All girls have access to our climbing tower and can participate in hiking, archery, swimming, and
cookouts.
Dates of 2015 camp season: mid–June–mid-August
Length of sessions: 1–2 weeks
2015 Fees: $400-$710
Grades camp serves: 4th–11th
Website: http://www.gscnc.org
Contact information: Denise Viau, Camping Services Manager, [email protected] or 202-274-3308
Girl Scout Council of the Nation’s Capital
Camp Name: Camp Coles Trip
Camp Location: Stafford, VA
This aquatic-based camp combines sailing, windsurfing, and kayaking with campfires, friends, songs, and
more for an unforgettable voyage of discovery. With its rugged terrain and peaceful waters, Camp Coles Trip
rises from the banks of Aquia Creek, offering special aquatic programming for girls in grades 5–11, with
highly trained staff supervising. Hiking, cooking, arts & crafts, archery, and plenty of time at the waterfront
add up to adventure and fun!
Dates of 2015 camp season: mid–June–mid-August
Length of sessions: 1–2 weeks
2015 Fees: $400-$710
Grades camp serves: 5th–11th
Website: http://www.gscnc.org
Contact information: Denise Viau, Camping Services Manager, [email protected] or 202-274-3308
WASHINGTON
Girl Scouts of Oregon and Southwest Washington
Camp Name: Camp Arrowhead
Camp Location: Stevenson, WA
With the sun rising over the Columbia River Gorge, it’s time to start the day at Camp Arrowhead! Maybe
girls will create their masterpiece at the art hut, maybe they’ll challenge their way to the top of the climbing
wall, or maybe they’ll catch the view at the top of Dog Mountain, and then finish the day swimming with
pond turtles on Home Lake or in the newly renovated swimming pool. Whatever they choose, fun is sure to
follow!
Dates of 2015 camp season: June 28–August 15
Length of sessions: 2–12 nights
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2015 Fees: $130–$1,030 ($90–$930 with subsidized pricing)
Grades the camp serves: Daisy–Ambassador
Website: http://www.girlscoutsosw.org/en/camps/explore_our-camps/camp_arrowhead.html
Contact information: [email protected]
Girl Scouts of Western Washington
Camp Name: Camp River Ranch
Camp Location: Carnation, WA
Located in the foothills of the Cascade Mountains, Camp River Ranch spreads across 435 diverse acres with
miles of trails. Swimming, canoeing, and kayaking on Lake Langlois; archery; arts & crafts; nature
exploration; leadership development; outdoor skills; rock climbing; gardening; and horseback riding are just
a sampling of the exciting activities available to girls. Lodging at River Ranch includes rustic cabins, covered
wagons with nearby flush toilets and showers, and enclosed houses with indoor plumbing. Campers enjoy
family-style meals in the lodge and participate in “Song Corner” at the end of meals.
Dates of 2015 camp season: June 21–August 14
Length of sessions: 3–13 days
2015 Fees: $230–$1,240
Grades the camp serves: 2nd–12th
Website: https://www.girlscoutsww.org/Things-To-Do/go-to-camp/Pages/default.aspx
Contact information: Jennifer Dickson, [email protected] or 800-878-4685
Girl Scouts of Western Washington
Camp Name: Camp Robbinswold
Camp Location: Lilliwaup, Washington 98555
Located on the Hood Canal, Camp Robbinswold has 570 acres including a mile of saltwater beachfront, six
miles of trails and a freshwater lake. Campers participate in swimming, nature programs, arts and crafts,
canoeing, kayaking, sailing, campfires, cookouts, hiking and sleeping under the stars. Campers in grades 4
and above go on an overnight on our upper property or Hood Canal. Campers stay in open-air cabins or
teepees with up to five other girls. A covered area for cookouts, running water and pit toilets are nearby. All
meals are served family style. Girls sit with other camper groups so they make friend and hear about other
girl’s experiences at camp. Our skilled kitchen staff prepares healthy meals with multiple options to choose
from. Our cooks are experienced at accommodating special dietary needs. At Robbinswold, campers get the
chance to learn about all of the wildlife in the Hood Canal, including starfish and all of our other touch tank
creatures!
Dates of 2015 camp season: July 5– August 15, 2015
Length of sessions: 4 to 14 Days
2015 Fees: $465.00 - $1,270
Grades the camp serves: Grades 2 -12
Link for website or website page: https://www.girlscoutsww.org/Things-To-Do/go-tocamp/Pages/default.aspx
Contact information: Jennifer Dickson – 800-878-4685 [email protected]
Girl Scouts of Western Washington
Camp Name: Camp St Albans
Camp Location: Allyn, Washington 98524
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Girl Scout Camp St. Albans surrounds beautiful Lake Devereaux on over 300 wooded acres with over five
miles of horse trails. Camp St Albans is a rustic camp where girls get away from the pressures and chaos of
daily life and reconnect with nature and their peers. Camp St Albans has a variety of activities to choose
from, including swimming, Viking boats, arts and crafts, nature exploration, outdoor skill building, archery
campfires, cookouts and singing songs. Campers stay in living units such as open-air cabins, platform tents
or indoor sleeping shelters. Girls attending specialty camp trip sessions sleep in the trees in our hammock
living unit. Campers eat most meals together family style in the Lodge of Nations and give the food four and
half stars. Camp St Albans is home to one-of-a-kind Viking Boats. Campers have the opportunity to practice
teamwork on these unique boats while exploring Lake Devereaux.
Dates of camp season: July 5– August 5, 2015
Length of sessions: 4 to 12 Days
Fees: $310.00 - $1,170 depending on session
Grades the camp serves: Grades 2 -12
Link for website or website page: https://www.girlscoutsww.org/Things-To-Do/go-tocamp/Pages/default.aspx
Contact information: Jessica Carter – 253-798-5012 [email protected]
WISCONSIN
Girl Scouts of Greater Chicago and Northwest Indiana
Camp Name: Camp Juniper Knoll
Camp Location: East Troy, WI
Camp Juniper Knoll is located on Pleasant Lake, where girls can swim, canoe, and sail. Offsite trips, hikes
along the Ice Age Scenic Trail, high adventure, and outdoor skills are all a part of the girl experience at
Juniper Knoll.
Dates of 2015 camp season: June 15–August 7
Length of sessions: 2-, 6-, 10-, 14-, and 21-day experiences offered
2015 Fees: $120–$650
Grades the camp serves: entering 2nd–12th
Website: http://www.girlscoutsgcnwi.org
Contact information: Samantha Lucheck, Outdoor Program Manager, Juniper Knoll Director,
[email protected]
Girl Scouts of Manitou Council
Camp Name: Camp Evelyn
Camp Location: Plymouth, WI
Camp Evelyn is nestled on 240 acres of beautifully wooded property near the Kettle Moraine Forest.
Highlights of Camp Evelyn include the Mullet River, heated swimming pool, a lake, trails for hiking, an
archery range, platform tents, and tent cabins. There’s indoor pumping and showers and three buildings
available for renting for troop getaways and special events.
Dates of 2015 camp season: June–August
Length of sessions: 2–12 nights
2015 Fees: $160–$875
Grades the camp serves: K–12th
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Website: http://www.gsmanitou.org/summer-at-camp-evelyn
Contact information: Abby Weber, Director of Camp and Program, [email protected], 920-565-4575 ext.
317 (voicemail), or 920-565-4583 (fax)
Girl Scouts of Minnesota & Wisconsin Lakes & Pines
Camp Name: Camp Roundelay
Camp Location: Minong, WI
Come to Camp Roundelay for adventure, learning, and fun! Boating, bog walking, swimming, horseback
riding, and archery, as well as traditional Girl Scout camping, campfires, and crafts await girls of all ages.
Camp Roundelay is, and has been, the epicenter for troop and resident camp fun and excitement for over 50
years. Specialized programs include an established horse program, troop camping, specialized resident camp
sessions, and a strong counselor-in-training (CIT) leadership program and general camp fun.
Dates of 2015 camp season: June 12–August 14
Length of sessions: 3–14 days
2015 Fees: $300–$400
Grades the camp serves: 1st–12th
Website: http://www.gslakesandpines.org/pages/CampRoundelay/
Contact information: Melissa Garza, Outdoor Program and Property Manager, [email protected]
or 800-955-6032, ext. 3183
Girl Scouts of Minnesota and Wisconsin River Valleys
Camp Name: Camp Northwoods
Camp Location: Mason, WI (60 miles east of Duluth, MN)
Featuring an equestrian center, swimming and boating on Camp One Lake, and a slingshot and archery
range, Camp Northwoods offers four-season cabins, bunk houses, and platform tents. Programs include
horseback riding, traditional camp, wilderness trips, counselor-in-training sessions, and troop camp sessions.
Activities include horseback riding, archery, swimming, kayaking, canoeing, wilderness trips, outdoor skill
building, and more!
Dates of 2015 camp season: June 21–August 9
Length of sessions: 6–13 days or weekend
2015 Fees: $100–$975
Grades the camp serves: 4th–12th
Website: http://www.campnorthwoods.org/
Contact information: http://www.campnorthwoods.org/about-northwoods/contact-us/ or
[email protected], 800-845-0787
Girl Scouts of the Northwestern Great Lakes
Camp Name: Camp Birch Trails
Camp Location: Irma, WI
Camp Birch Trails offers girls a chance to unplug from their everyday lives and reconnect with friends and
nature. Girls can choose between one-, two-, and three-week camp sessions that offer arts & crafts, archery,
swimming, nature exploration, field games, biking, zip lining, and so much more! Camp Birch Trails also
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offers a premier wilderness camping experience for girls ages 10 and up. Trips range from 4 to 18 days in
length and include backpacking, sea kayaking, canoeing, and biking.
Dates of 2015 camp season: June 21–August 14
Length of sessions: 1, 2, and 3 weeks
2015 Fees: $245–$700
Grades the camp serves: K–12th
Website: http://www.gsnwgl.org/things-to-do/camp
Contact information: Danielle Polzin, [email protected] or 920-955-3371
Girl Scouts of Wisconsin – Badgerland
Camp Name: Camp Black Hawk
Camp Location: Elton, WI
Adventure and excitement await girls attending Badgerland’s primary resident camp for Cadettes, Seniors,
and Ambassadors. Camp Black Hawk sits on 375 acres in the heart of northern Wisconsin, with two lakes,
high and low ropes courses, a climbing wall, horse education space, hiking and riding trails, archery range,
arts & crafts project house, and easy access to off-camp adventures in the beautiful Northwoods. Campers
live in platform tents and enjoy progressive outdoor adventure and horse programming. Camp Black Hawk is
also the stop for Girl Scouts participating in the Badgerland Camps Leadership Program (LEAP, CITI, CITII, and
Intern).
Dates of 2015 camp season: June 12–July12
Length of sessions: 2 nights–4 weeks
2015 Fees: $210–$970
Grades the camp serves: 6th–12th
Website: http://www.badgerlandcamps.org
Contact information: [email protected] or 800-236-2710 ext. 1149
Girl Scouts of Wisconsin – Badgerland
Camp Name: Camp Ehawee (pronounced e-HOW-e)
Camp Location: Mindoro, WI
Nestled among the pines on 308 acres in Wisconsin’s Driftless region, Ehawee is Badgerland’s resident camp
for younger Girl Scout campers. Girls live in bunkhouses, cabins, yurts, or platform tents depending on age
and program. The camp features a nature center, art studio, performing arts center, swimming pool, archery
range, and athletic fields including sand volleyball and a basketball court. Camp Ehawee focuses on
providing experiences for younger and first-time campers—girls and families learn to love camp!
Dates of 2015 camp season: July 17–August 14
Length of sessions: 1–5 nights
2015 Fees: $75–$690
Grades the camp serves: K–5th
Website: http://www.badgerlandcamps.org
Contact information: [email protected] or 800-236-2710 ext. 1149
Girl Scouts Wisconsin Southeast
Camp Name: Camp Alice Chester
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Camp Location: East Troy, WI
Make friends from different places, swim in a lake, learn a new skill… Even fly on a trapeze! Camp Alice
Chester offers you the opportunity to do all this and more. A week at Camp Alice Chester is a week you will
never forget. Join us for horseback riding, caving, rock climbing, artistic fun, cooking, paddling, late nights,
and more. Through all of our activities you will learn leadership skills, gain independence, and breathe fresh
air while adventuring in the great outdoors. Many friends are to be made as you bond with your cabin mates
over s’mores around the campfire.
Dates of 2015 camp season: mid-June–mid-August
Length of sessions: 2–12 nights
2015 Fees: $215–$900
Grades the camp serves: entering 2nd–12th
Website: http://www.campalicechester.com
Contact information: Katrina Weyland, [email protected] or 414-443-3997
WYOMING
Girl Scouts of Montana and Wyoming
Camp Name: Camp Sacajawea
Camp Location: Casper, WY
Girl Scouts of Montana and Wyoming offers leadership development, themed camps, and exploration of
nature for girls in grades K–12. Camp Sacajawea provides girls with opportunities to become more
independent, foster self-esteem, make new friends, learn new skills, and develop an appreciation for the
outdoors. Our traditional camp approach combined with a dynamic staff ensures a high-quality experience
for every camper.
Dates of 2015 camp season: July 7–July 24
Length of sessions: 2–5 days
2015 Fees: $80–$410
Grades the camp serves: K–12th
Website: http://gsmw.org/camp/
Contact information: JuDee O’Donnell, Camp Director, 2303 Grand Ave., Billings, MT 59102, 406-252-0488
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