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Our Camps

Camp Life Is The BEST Life!

 

Are you dreaming of campfire sing-alongs? Best friends whispering in the night from your sleeping bag? Conquering the climbing wall, swimming, hiking, and just being outdoors? We are, and we can’t wait to be back at camp, too!

Thank you for your interest in our GSGWM summer camps!

We are busy getting ready for a fantastic summer 2022! Camp registration will start December 1, check back then for details.

Join us on November 9 for a virtual event full of teasers, a chance to meet returning camp staff, and more! 

International Wear Your Camp T-Shirt Day

  • Camp Kettleford, June 27 - August 19, 2022
  • Camp Seawood, July 11 – August 19, 2022
  • Camp Twin Hills, July 11 - August 5, 2022
  • Camp Farnsworth, July 1 – August 12, 2022

Family and troop programs will be offered at each camp too!


Camp Staff
Camp Staff

Our summer staff are recruited from around the world. They are college students, mothers, teachers and others who enjoy working with children. They all complete an application and interview, provide references, and undergo a formal background check. All staff complete an intensive pre-camp training orientation before campers arrive.

Camp Staff Application

Older Girl Leadership Opportunities at Camp
Older Girl Leadership Opportunities at Camp

  
Barn Program Aide and Camp Program Aide
Gain valuable leadership experience and have fun at this camp program that expands on your Program Aide training. Camp Program Aides assist in all areas of camp—waterfront, adventure, office, kitchen, crafts, and in units – while Barn Program Aides also aide in barn programs. In between, you’ll get to enjoy camp program areas as a unit. 

Counselor in Training (CIT) and Barn Leader in Training (BLIT)
This two-year training program provides you with skills and knowledge you’ll need to become a successful camp staff member. In your first year, spend four weeks brushing up on your camp skills, practicing new leadership skills, and gaining valuable experience working with campers. BLITs additionally spend time at the barn, and must have documented riding/horse care experience.

The next year, refine your skills by observing and assisting experienced staff, and then be fully immersed in working with an assigned camper group. BLITs can expect to also lead groups at the barn in lessons and horse care..

Interested in one of these leadership programs?
Register for either program through your favorite camp; space is limited in these programs.  To complete registration for the CIT and BLIT program, girls will be sent an application and reference form, and take part in an interview before camp begins.

Financial Assistance (Camperships)
Financial Assistance (Camperships)

In order to ensure all girls can benefit from a great camp experience, the Girl Scouts of the Green and White Mountains makes financial aid available for all girls living within our council jurisdiction. Once registration opens in January, please apply by using the Summer Camp Registration Form as soon as possible for consideration. Please feel free to contact us for assistance with completing the form. 

 


Have questions about any of our camps or programs?  Please contact our customer care department at customercare@girlscoutsgwm.org or 888-474-9686 for assistance.