Girl Scout camp is open to all girls entering K in September 2014 through 12th grade. Girls do not need to be involved in Girl Scouting prior to registering for camp. Each camp offers specific programs for different ages.
Yes. An application for financial aid, also called a campership, is available. Camperships are awarded based on need to girls living within our Council geographic borders. Applications are reviewed by a volunteer committee once a month.To apply for financial aid, complete the application, a camp registration form and submit with the $50 deposit. Call the office 888.474.9686 with any questions or for further assistance in applying.
Every day at camp is different and special because at Girl Scout camp, campers work with their counselors to make decisions and create their own experience! Camp will include many traditional activities like swimming, boating, arts and crafts, hiking, cooking over a fire, camping out, games and sports, and so much more. You will spend most of the day with your unit – a small group of girls who selected the same program and are of similar age – and your own counselors. As a team, you will work together to create a fun, exciting and safe session like no other!
You can download a PDF copy of our 2014 Girls Guide to Summer which includes locations, dates, and all registration material here or email Ashley to request that one be mailed to you. Specific fees and program descriptions are on each camp's page.
Questions about resident camp? Contact Karen at 888.4749686 ext. 4114 or email email@example.com. For information about day camp, contact Jess at 888.474.9686 ext. 4173 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
No. We accept registrations up until two weeks before the start of camp if space is available. There are still spaces in many of our programs. Click on the "Register Online" button to see the online calendar and which programs are still open. See you at camp!
Yes, all of our camps offer an Open House. Additionally, we will be offering a Day Camp Pre-Orientation opportunity for parents to come and check their daughters in early for camp. This option is strongly recommended, as it will save you from having to wait on Monday morning when you come to drop your daughter off. Girls will have an opportunity to meet and greet summer counselors, pick up their camp t-shirt, and visit the Trading Post. Parents will be able to meet with the Camp Nurse to discuss health questions, speak to the Camp Director, and confirm bus transportation plans. This is the only pre-registration event, regardless of which session your camper attends. Please check each individual Day Camp for dates and times.
Yes. Your Camp Doc file will need to be updated- you can access your file with the same email address as last year.
No, the overnights at day camp are optional. Each day camp runs its overnight differently. When you receive your parent packet you will get the specific information for the camp your camper will be attending.
Yes. All buses have trained staff members who ride with the girls and sing songs to help the girls have fun during the ride.
Each camp runs a little differently, but some do offer a parent visit day or a Pre-Orientation Day. Check your parent packet for more information.
Yes. We recommend that you pack her a lunch larger than what you normally pack for school, as she will be very active throughout the day. Your camper's unit may cook lunch one day, in that case she would come home with a note the day before letting you know that you do not need to pack her a lunch. Camp Abenaki-Mascoma campers will eat in the dining hall and will not need a daily lunch.