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-sized 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!
Summer 2021 Dates and Themes
Keyauwee Program Center
Horse Resident Camp: $650/$700 after March 31st
Regular Resident Camp: $525/$575 after March 31st
Mini Camp Session: $235
Day Camp: $185
Session One: June 13-18 "Bon Appetite"
Have you ever dreamed you were the star of your own cooking show? Well, put on your chef hat and join us for a food-filled week at camp! Over the course of the week, you’ll create multiple dishes including a dish from another country, one from another region of the United States, as well as enjoying swimming, boating, archery (Junior and up) and arts & crafts!
Session Two: June 20-25 "Survivor"
Survivor is back and with new challenges that will test your outdoor skills. Explore the wild side of Camp as you learn essential outdoor skills and survival techniques. You and your team will work together throughout the week to find clues and hidden idols to earn points. Cash-in points for items to make your night under the stars even more fun. It is the ultimate test to see who can survive!
Session Three: June 27-July 2 "Girl Power"
Girl Scouts have the power! Learn all about outdoor cooking, fire building and other outdoor skills. Round out the week with the best of camp activities including canoeing, swimming, archery, and arts and crafts. This session offers girls an experience where they can get away from technology and enjoy the outdoors. Girls will go to the lake, archery range, and all the other fun camp activities offered during the summer.
Session Four: July 4-9 "Glitter and Goo"
Get messy and embrace your inner artist in this action-packed week. Try your hand at different crafts like candle making, loom weaving, basket weaving, knitting or crocheting, and tie-dye too! You will also get to spend time at the lake, archery range, all the other fun camp activities offered during the summer.
Session Five: July 11-16 "Experiments and Explosions"
Let’s blow stuff up! Put on your safety goggles because you’ll be doing science experiments all week. Activate a Coke explosion, erupt a volcano, explode a vinegar bomb, then build and shoot a rocket. Catapult paint, blow paint bubbles, drop an egg, explore combustion at a campfire and fill water balloons to attack your counselors.
Session Six: July 18-23 "Around the World"
What is it like in other parts of the world? Spend the week with us and find out! Campers will spend the week learning about different cultures and the holidays they celebrate, learn new international recipes, and even spend some time chatting with some of our Girl Scout friends that are from other countries.
Session Seven: July 25-30 "Secret Agent"
Your mission, should you choose to accept it . . . be a Secret Agent! Complete riddle relays, break codes, and master the art of disguise. Put your spy skills to the test as you maneuver a “laser” maze and build clever gadgets. Use top-secret ingredients in a special cookout around the campfire and create one of a kind works of art with your fingerprints. Are you ready to crack the case?
How can you help?
Interested in helping camp, but don't know how? The link below will take you to our Amazon wish list where you can find items to donate to us. You can also soon find a list of service projects we need help completing at camp! Want to help in another way?
E-mail us with questions or ideas!