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Property Rental

Welcome to the wonderful world of outdoor camping! Girl Scouts of the Green and White Mountains operates four unique camping facilities. Living spaces range from primitive sites to Adirondack shelters to winterized lodges.

A camping trip at one of our camps is a great way to introduce girls and adults to the great outdoors! Explore a piece of our camp properties below, or check out our Outdoor Facilities Guide, which you can find at the bottom of this page.

Camp Kettleford

Camp Kettleford is located on 30 forested acres along the shores of Sebbins Pond and Sandy Pond, just minutes from Manchester, New Hampshire. Camping facilities include 12 units, each with a large screened Adirondack shelter that can sleep up to 10-12 Brownies or 5-10 older girls. There is space near each shelter to pitch tents. Each unit has a fire pit and picnic tables. The Uncanoonuc and Kancamagus units, and the Lodge are barrier-free and wheelchair accessible. There are two centrally located composting toilet system buildings. Drinking water is available May 1 – October 31. An open pavilion is also available.

Camp Farnsworth

Camp Farnsworth, a 200-acre facility that can accommodate up to 300 people, features a large pool, playing fields, a forest setting, and a private 50-acre lake which can be used for swimming, canoeing, kayaking, and ice skating. Camping facilities include small cabins, platform tents, and Adirondack shelters. There are two winterized buildings that can be used year round. All have beds with mattresses. Each unit has 7-8 cabins/tents and can sleep up to 32 people. All have unit shelters, drinking water and toilets, which may be either flush or composting. There is also a central shower house. Drinking water is available May 1 – October 1 in camping facilities.

Camp Seawood

Camp Seawood is located on 38 acres of forests and wetlands on the outskirts of Portsmouth, approximately five miles from many New Hampshire beaches and minutes from downtown. Camp Seawood has two winterized buildings, Thaxter Lodge and Ranger’s Roost. Camping facilities include seven units, each with a large screened Adirondack shelter, picnic tables, and fire pits. Shelters sleep up to 10-12 Brownies or 5-10 older girls. There are several central pit latrines. Drinking water is available May 1 - October 31. There is space in each unit area to pitch tents. Sandpiper unit is barrier-free and wheelchair accessible. A pavilion with electricity may be rented separately.

Camp Twin Hills

Camp Twin Hills is located in northwestern Vermont, in a largely wooded setting with ravines, cliffs, an orchard and hiking trails. Camp Twin Hills is a primitive site with seven lean-to units, 4 with a large screened shelter, picnic tables, and fire pits for group usage. A large pavilion, with an old stone fireplace, is located near the lean-tos. There is ample space available to pitch tents.