Camp Pisgah is a 160-acre camp nestled in the beautiful mountains of Brevard, North Carolina. It is an all-girls camp that prides itself for building girls of courage, confidence and character. We offer day, resident and family camp sessions lasting three, six or 12 days.
We have over 60 unique programs for girls ages 5-17 years old, and although we are proudly affiliated with Girl Scouts Carolinas Peaks to Piedmont, girls do not have to be registered Girl Scouts to attend Camp Pisgah. Being an ACA-accredited camp means parents can rest assured their child will be safe, as they develop their courage, confidence and character – without even realizing it! Every girl is welcome!
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Meet the Staff
Megan “Ellie” Rodman, Program Manager
Megan Rodman has worked for U.S. Fish and Wildlife as a Biological Science Technician, the Boy Sco
uts as a C.O.P.E Instructor (Challenging Outdoor Personal Experiences) instructor where she facilitated high ropes and low course initiatives for team building exercises. Megan has been a trainer for individuals with special needs, an Activity Director for the elderly, an Assistant Director at Girl Scout camps and an Assistant Director /Director at a Childcare facility. Megan attended the University of Toledo in Ohio where she received her Bachelor’s degree in Education with a concentration in Outdoor Education followed by her Master’s degree in Education with a concentration in Recreation and Leisure Studies. Megan then married and moved around the U.S. due to her husband’s military career. Megan and her husband have two young daughters and they look forward to raising them in an empowering environment such as a Girl Scout camp.
Paul Hoffman, Senior Ranger/Site Coordinator
Paul Hoffman retired from the United States Navy after 20 years of service in 1998 and has worked for the Girl Scouts ever since. He is a lifetime member of Girl Scouts and started his career as the ranger of the Chowenwaw Program Center in Green Cove Springs, Florida, working for the Gateway Girl Scout Council. In January 2000, he and his family moved to North Carolina were he became the ranger at the Keyauwee Program Center in Sophia. Paul was the ranger there for 13 years, before moving to Brevard in January 2013 to become the Senior Ranger/Site Coordinator at Camp Pisgah. He is a Level II Archery Instructor, an ACA Visitor and on the board of directors of the Brevard Rotary. Paul loves the outdoors and enjoys taking troops on night hikes at camp. He lives at Camp Pisgah with his wife Candy and son Gabriel, who has grown up at Girl Scout camps.