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Welcome to Girl Scout Camp!

 

Girls love camp! It is exciting and chock-full of amazing activities and opportunities for new adventures. And we at Girl Scouts want to maike sure every girl has the opportunity to enjoy the traditional camp outings we all grew up with, while also taking advantage of  the AMAZING variety of contemporary outdoor pursuits that camp allows them. In short, we want girls to have the camp experience they've always dreamed of.

     

 

Did you know...
Girl Scouts who have monthly outdoor experiences* (40%):

Are stronger problem solvers.
Are better challenge seekers.
Are more likely to recommend Girl Scouting to their friends.

* Data from How Girl Scouting Benefits Girls, TM & © 2014 Girl Scouts of the USA.
 
 

 

 

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Every Kid in a Park Initiative

On September 1st, the National Park Service kicked off their Every Kid in a Park initiative, designed to encourage fourth graders to visit a national park, historic site, monument, or seashore. We are excited to partner with the National Park Service to help serve the goal of the Outdoor Initiative, which is to get girls outside more often and in engaging ways. Research has shown that going outside regularly cultivates curiosity and a sense of discovery about the natural world.

In our national parks, Girl Scouts are able to participate in the Girl Scout Ranger program and now, fourth-grade girls can receive a downloadable voucher that will give the girl and her troop or family free access to any national park, seashore, monument, or site for one year. Fourth-grade girls can go to Every Kid in A Park, complete the activities designed just for their age group, and receive the voucher. And be sure to tell your volunteers that they can take their fourth-grade girls to national parks for free this year! 

 

 

 

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Now, first things first: We are excited to announce the winners of the Art in the Outdoors Girls’ Choice badge design poll. More than 12,500 girl votes were cast—the winning designs are shown above! The other outdoor badges that were previously voted on can be found here.

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