Summer camp, an experience available for only a short time in a young person’s life, is a joy not to be missed. So, pack your bag, grab your hiking boots and bathing suit. It’s time for camp!
Download the Camp Brochure.
Did you know that girls can elect to work on badges or journeys with their group while at camp?
At the end of each session every girl will go home with a Badge and Journey sheet showing what steps they worked on. If a badge was earned at camp, girls will get a certificate to bring into a GSCWM Service Center to get their new badge for free.
Earn your way to Girl Scout camp by selling Girl Scout cookies!
What is your goal? A week of day camp? A week of overnight camp? A hiking trip in the White Mountains? Whatever your goal…. Girl Scouts gives every girl access to life, changing experiences that inspire her to do something BIG!
When you participate in the Cookie Sale Program you can earn a free week at GSCWM Day or Overnight Camp AND you’ll earn cookie credits (money for program fees) toward participation in Girl Scout events, trips, and camps.
Not in a troop? That’s okay, sign up to join the FUN’d Club today and you can earn your way to camp! Visit: www.gscwm.org/FUNdClub.shtml.
ACA Accreditation & Health/Safety Guidelines
The American Camp Association is the world’s premier organization dedicated to promoting the safety and quality of camp programs. As part of the accreditation process, many of GSCWM’s camps voluntarily participate in periodic visits by trained and certified camp visitors with the purpose of verifying our compliance with high standards in the areas of personnel, program administration, and site and facility safety. Camps Bonnie Brae, Green Eyrie and Lewis Perkins are officially accredited, however, all GSCWM camps maintain the same high levels of safety and quality in camp programming by following ACA guidelines.
In addition to the safety guidelines outlined by the American Camp Association and Girl Scouts of the USA, all GSCWM camps comply with regulations of the Massachusetts Department of Public Health and are licensed by local boards of health. For more information about these state regulations, call 617-624-5757.