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Girl Scout Camp. Where girls thrive in the great outdoors!

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Why Girl Scout Camp? At Girl Scout camp, girls feel comfortable acquiring new skills in a safe and supportive all-girl environment. From a relaxed swim to teaming up on a project, our camps offer girls a variety of opportunities to learn, grow, and build courage, confidence, and character. 

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At Jockey Hollow and Lake Rickabear Summer Day Camps, girls engage in boating, cooking, fishing, building survival huts, riding horses, zip lining, archery, woodworking, creating things, making new friends, and so much more! 

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Girls do not need to be Girl Scouts to attend our camps. All girls are welcome here, where they will make new friends, try new things, and learn leadership skills that will last a lifetime. Financial assistance is available for Girl Scouts in our council. For Girl Scouts from another council or girls not currently registered as a Girl Scout, an additional $40 fee will be charged per session. Contact us for assistance in registering.

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Visit our camps year-round! Join us for our Family Fun Days & Camping (Memorial Day & Labor Day Weekends) or consider renting our facilities for your next troop or service unit encampment, school, or community group event. Spend a day or an entire weekend at our camps having outdoor adventures, exploring trails, trying your hand at archery, boating, enjoying sports, and making memories. See our Camp Rental web page for details.

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Give the gift of Summer Camp: With a Campership donation, your gift offers girls the opportunity to learn and grow inside and out through summer programs that include swimming, hiking, outdoor cooking, archery, horseback riding, environmental exploration, arts and crafts, boating, S.T.E.M. activities, and so much more. 

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