Today’s Girl Scout camp experiences offer amazing summer fun! Girls can choose sessions that include riding horses, zip lining, canoeing, swimming, training to be a camp counselor, and more!! They share amazing experiences of building independence, learning to be leaders and having a great time in the outdoors with their friends. Summer Camp registration opens February 29, 2016.
Family Day at Camp
Bring the family to camp and sample what Girl Scout Summer Camp has to offer. Activities will depend on location, and may include a hayride, hiking, archery, canoeing, arts and crafts, and of course -signing up for summer camp! All girls in attendance will be placed in a drawing for $50 off a summer camp session. Cost is $5 per family to attend Family Day at Camp.
Girl Scout camp is a safe, fun, and affordable option for summer. Whether your Girl Scout is looking forward to another summer as a veteran camper or considering her first summer at Girl Scout camp, there is a lot of fun that awaits her at camp! Check our our 2016 Summer Camp Guide, The Arrow, for information on all summer camp sessions.
Your Girl Scout can even invite her BFF; girls in grades K-12 can register for camp even if they don’t do other Girl Scout activities during the year! We want to help you make sure you and your daughter are ready for a summer camp adventure, it’s a big decision! Check out our Note to Parents to help you decide if resident camp is a good fit for you and your daughter.
For additional information on Summer Camp, contact Melody Hutchison, Leadership and Learning Specialist-Outdoor Program or 877-312-4764 x1122.