Keyauwee Program Center

Keyauwee Program Center, an all girls camp, is located just south of Greensboro in Randolph County on 350 acres. It is a multipurpose site with an Olympic-size swimming pool and diving well, riding stables with a covered arena, 50-foot Alpine Tower, archery range, sports court, several large playing fields and a climbing tower.

At Keyauwee, we allow children to enjoy being children! We keep the girls active, busy and having fun as they climb, swim, ride and craft their way through their time with us in a safe environment. 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!

Contact Us / Directions

Keyauwee Program Center
2574 Sweetbriar Road
Sophia, NC  27350
336-861-1198, phone
336-861-1188, fax

Meet the Staff

 Kayla “Polkadot” Quinn, Camp Directorkayla

Kayla Quinn joined the Keyauwee team in April of 2015, moving from the Pocono Mountains andPhiladelphia areas in Pennsylvania. Kayla graduated in May 2014 with a BS in Recreation Management, Community/Commercial Studies, from Lock Haven University of Pennsylvania. During her time at LHU, Kayla participated in a 4 month senior internship at Pax Lodge, the London WAGGGS World Center, as an Events Intern. As Events Intern, her role was to plan, facilitate, and evaluate all of the Pax Lodge programming, as well as providing special projects with the WAGGGS Free Being Me program. Following graduation, Kayla started her 6th summer as a Girl Scout Camp Staff Member, being her 3rd summer as the Leadership Director for Girl Scouts of Eastern PA Camps. She also has served as a Program Specialist at GSEP before coming to Keyauwee.

During her spare time, Kayla is an active member of her sisterhood, the Alpha Sigma Tau National Sorority, and an Associate Member of the Friends of Pax Lodge/World Foundation through WAGGGS. She is also planning on pursing a Masters Degree in Camp Administration and Leadership.


Garrett “Gandalf” Reed, Ranger/Site Coordinator

Garrett Reed
joined the Keyauwee Program Center team early in 2017, bringing with him a passion for scouting, handy-man skills, and a love for the flora and fauna of the North Carolina Piedmont. In his earlier years, Garrett spent his time delving into the woods with his Boy Scout troop, volunteering his time and holding nearly every youth position available in Boy Scouts. He earned his Eagle Scout rank in 2010, and proceeded to spend the next 6 years of his career burning iron and crafting steel as a Journeyman Welder and Metal Fabricator across North Carolina and Georgia. He brings with him to Keyauwee his family, including his incredible wife and partner Haylee; his young dog Neville; and his two, simultaneously disinterested and curious, felines Hermione and Lovegood. Garrett is incredibly excited to be involved in improving and building the future of Keyauwee, and looks forward to seeing it through many of it’s grand seasons to come. 

Wish List

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Backpacking Tents

Campfire Pie Irons

Glue Sticks

Life Jackets


Misty Mountain Climbing Harness

Petzl Climbing Helmet

 Please contact Keyauwee Program Center directly concerning any additional items for donation.

Facebook Posts

Max the barn cat wants to remind you that he hasn’t been pet in a while, so you should register your Girl Scout & her dad for Dad & I. It’s one of his favorite programs because loves when all the Dads and Daughters visit the barn (to see him of course). Claim your spot today at: to make sure you get your Max time! Circle C Equestrian Center ... See MoreSee Less

5 days ago

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We’re truly lucky that we have the herd that we do at Circle C Equestrian Center. Our staff and volunteers work hard every single day to ensure our horses stay happy and healthy. What a special moment captured from this morning at the barn. 💚This pony ❤ ... See MoreSee Less

Polkadot, Pi, Gandalf and Barrow are out working hard preparing camp for Hurricane Florence’s arrival tomorrow. However, it looks like she may have already started playing tetherball! ... See MoreSee Less

2 weeks ago

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If you are interested in helping the horses for storm prep- meet us at Circle C Equestrian Center at 4pm today!Since these guys have been no help getting ready for the hurricane and since so many of you have called and gotten in touch about helping out, we are going to have a battening down the hatches work group out this afternoon. So, if you're free and want to spend a couple hours at the barn this afternoon, we're going to start around 4:00. ... See MoreSee Less

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Have you registered for Dad and I 2018 yet? Spots are quickly filling - so be sure to claim yours today! ... See MoreSee Less