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Summer Camp

Camp Life is the Best Life!

Summer camp can be a life-changing, unforgettable experience where a girl can make new friends and learn about herself! We have a summer camp for every girl whether she wants to come for the day or a week, experience “glamorous camping” or primitive, and something for every age. There are so many options for girls with fun activities, cool themes, and unique programs focused on helping girls build connections with each other and discover their own leadership abilities.

 

MY21 GS LOVES OUTDOORS

Beginning this May, take the national Girl Scouts Love the Outdoors Challenge, made possible by funding from Johnson & Johnson! Summer is the perfect time to celebrate our love of the outdoors. While safely socially distancing, explore the outdoors from your window, front step, laptop or the wide open trail!

The Girl Scouts Love the Oudoors Challenge Kicks off in May and ends with Girl Scouts Love State Parks Weekend on September 12 and 13, 2020. Based on your grade level, complete the required number of activities to earn a snazzy new patch.

Download the activity sheet now: Girl Scouts love the Outdoors!

Use #gsoutdoors to share your story and to see how other girls are completing this fun outdoor challenge.

 

Our Summer Camp Properties

Girl Scouts of the Chesapeake Bay Summer Camps are offered on four diverse properties which provide unique outdoor opportunities for girls.

Camp Country Center (CC), Hockessin, DE—Sitting on 40 and a half acres, the camp features a state-of-the-art, environmentally sustainable Science and Technology Lodge, Digital Media Center, Troop House, and rustic camping units with Adirondack cabins or platform tents. Favorite activities at Camp Country Center include archery, hiking, and STEM programs.

Camp Grove Point (GP), Earleville, MD—Ecologically diverse, Grove Point is home to beautiful meadows, whimsical woods, untouched wetlands, and a sandy beach along the mouth of the Sassafras River. Grove Point has a Program Center, small lodges, and rustic camping units with Adirondack cabins and platform tents. A summer at Grove Point includes swimming in the pool, hiking with friends, and going for a boating adventure on the Sassafras.

Camp Sandy Pines (SP), Fruitland, MD—Located just outside of Salisbury, the 48-acre camp features a main lodge, a cabin unit, and treehouse cabins! Sandy Pines has trails for hiking, geocaching and slingshot archery activities!”

Camp Todd (CT), Denton, MD—Located on Lake Williston, the picturesque 64 acres contain a waterfront, zip line, archery range, hiking trails, and outdoor classrooms for art and music. Sleeping amenities range from the rustic platform tents to beautiful Lakeview Lodge.