Spend the Summer at Girl Scout Camp!
Summer is just around the corner, and it’s time to start planning your girl’s next big adventure. The best part is, all girls are welcome — no Girl Scout experience necessary!
Girls benefit from being in an all-girl environment, away from home, where they learn independence, and to never back down from a big adventure. Camping is a great way for girls to explore leadership, build skills, and develop a deep appreciation for nature. Whether for a day, a week, or longer, Girl Scout camp gives girls an opportunity to grow, explore, and have fun under the guidance of caring, trained adults.
We have a camp for every girl! We offer one-day programs and week-long day camps. We also have week-long resident camps at Camps Ledgewood and Timberlane.
Plus, our unique camp themes ensure she’ll find the perfect fit for her. If she’s a night owl, Moonlight Madness may be her perfect Resident Camp, but if she loves to experiment and build brilliant inventions, maybe Lady Engineers is the perfect One-Day Program for the girl who’s a budding engineer, and Pigment of Imagination may just be the Week-long Day Camp for the artistic girl in your life. Whichever of our many camp themes she chooses, fun is sure to follow!
Council-Sponsored Resident Camping
Resident Camp is an overnight camping experience in which campers live at either Camp Ledgewood or Camp Timberlane. Girls sign up as individual campers or go with a buddy. The girls and their counselors/leaders plan activities, taking advantage of the resources available at the campsite. All summer resident staff are specially trained. Resident Camp opportunities are listed in the Summer Camp Guide. Financial assistance may be available.
Day & Twilight Camping (Community Day Camp)
Day and Twilight Camping is a summer program that runs for three to five days for no more than seven hours per day. This creative outdoor experience is generally theme-based, creating a common thread for the activities. Girls may sign up as individual campers or go with buddies and are put in units of peer group living. The council assists with training the staff and approving the facilities and site. A day/twilight camp may be at a council-owned or approved site. Day and Twilight Camp opportunities are listed in the Summer Camp Guide.
Which Camp is Right For You?
With so many awesome camp themes to choose from, plus three unique camp properties, how do you choose? Come to our free camp open houses, meet our camp directors, and see what camp is like. These are fun events for the whole family! Take a tour, then stay the afternoon for nature activities, crafts, songs and games, a campfire, and s’mores!
Camp Open House Dates
Camp Timberlane — Wakeman, Ohio
Sunday, April 14, 2-4:30 p.m.
Camp Ledgewood — Peninsula, Ohio
Sunday, April 28, 2-4:30 p.m.
Camp Sugarbush — Kinsman, Ohio
Sunday, May 5, 2-4:30 p.m.
Visit gsneo.org/camplife to view our camp guide and register today!
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