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Keyauwee Program Center Summer Resident Camp

Are you looking for a great adventure for your daughter? Then you have come to the right place! Our Girl Scout camp is open to girls entering first grade all the way to those entering 12th grade. At Keyauwee, there are exhilarating experiences waiting around every corner from swimming and boating to the 35-foot climbing wall and 50-foot Alpine Tower, and even a giant swing! And, that’s just naming a few of the activities you can choose from!

Summer Resident Camp Session Descriptions

**Please note this is for your reference, please check back on Nov 26th before registering to see if any changes have been made**
Sessions are listed in chronological order by week.

Please check the tab “Does My Camper Need a Physical?” to determine which camp sessions require campers to receive a physical prior to coming to camp.

Mini-Fireflies
June 16-19 (Color Wars), July 28-31(Top Chef)
Fee: $200

This mini-session is perfect for first time campers looking to sample everything camp has to offer! Swim in the pool, boat on the lake, make s’mores and sing songs by the campfire, and even build fairy houses on our nature hike. Don’t forget to spend an evening catching fireflies in the moonlight! The Early Bird Discount and Cookie Go Getter do not apply to this program. 

Just the Two of Us
July 7-10 (HERo) & August 4-7 (Stars in the Sky)
Fee: $200 per person

Get away from it all and spend time together at camp making memories that will last a lifetime. Explore camp, make s’mores and sing around the campfire. This camp session is designed as a “mom” and girl program. Girls may bring any female adult (age 18 or older) who is special to them. The Early Bird Discount and Cookie Go Getter do not apply to this program. 

 

 

*All three GSCP2P camps have units (campsites) unique to their property. Most of them are cabins, while some may include platform tents, tree houses or bunkhouses. Each camp has trained counselors housed in separate quarters within the unit, close enough to supervise campers and their interactions, but sleeping in their own cabin. For some of the younger girl programs, staff actually stay in the larger cabins with their groups. Please be sure to read the camp descriptions, and remember you are welcome to attend an open house at any or all of our camps to see the housing each camp has to offer.