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A benefit of being a member of Girl Scouts Nation’s Capital is having access to eight wonderful Girl Scout camps and unique badge programs to learn skills in the outdoors. So get ready to head outdoors! Girl Scouts Nation’s Capital wants to leave no girl inside.
There are many ways to bring the outdoors into a Girl Scout meeting—and no better way to explore nature than at a Girl Scout camp. Earn one of the Girls’ Choice outdoor badges and gain skills in archery, paddling, horseback riding and more.
To register for sleep-away camp click here. Registration opens January 26 at 10:00am for Camps Winona and Coles trip; and January 28 at 10:00 am for Camps Potomac Woods and May Flather. Camp programs should be chosen based on the grade your Girl Scout is currently in. Learn more about Girl Scout Summer Sleep-Away Camp here.
To register for day or evening camp click here. Registration opens February 10 at 10:00am. Camp programs should be chosen based on the grade your Girl Scout is currently in. For more info about Summer Day & Evening Camps, click here.
Not a Girl Scout? Join today to be able to register for a Girl Scout Camp. Please allow 24 hours for membership to process before registering for camp.
Not a Girl Scout but want to try all the fun of Girl
Community based camps are offered throughout the region during school spring and summer breaks. These day camps are designed to give girls who are not currently enrolled in Girl Scouts a taste of what Girl Scouting is all about. Learn more about our community based camps here.
|Camp Name||Location||Overnight Max Capacity||High Adventure||Accessibility Information|
|Brighton Woods||Brookeville, MD||225|
|Coles Trip||Stafford, VA||372|
|May Flather||Mt Solon, VA||288|
|Potomac Woods||Leesburg, VA||485|
|White Rock||Capon Bridge, WV||251|
Key to High Adventure:
|Archery Range||Kayaking Available on Site|
|Canoeing Available on Site||Challenge Course|