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Updated: November 8, 2022

Brunswick STEM Camp  | Washington County, MD

Dates: Monday July 10 - Friday July 14, 2023
Hours: 9 AM- 3 PM (drop off between 8:30 - 9 AM and pick up between 3 PM - 3:30 PM)
Camp Contact Information: BrunswickSTEMCamp@gmail.com

Description & Activities

2023 Camp Theme: Animals & their Habitats 

Description: Join us as we learn about animals and their habitats. We will spend our days outside learning about how science, technology, engineering, and math are used by various animals through asking questions, doing experiments, and exploring a variety of resources. Campers will also play water games, do crafts, and learn some Girl Scout songs. 

Our camp accepts Pixies and Rangers. Pixies are bathroom trained children not yet in school who have an adult family member volunteering at our camp. Rangers are boys who have an adult family member volunteering at our camp.

Activities: Outdoor skills, Badge earning, arts and crafts, songs, games, nature/STEM, and water games.

Camp activities (including field trips, extended hours, and overnights) are offered at the discretion of the camp leadership team and may be modified or canceled to follow COVID-19 restrictions. Camp activities may not be available to all units and can be canceled due to weather or other extenuating circumstances.

Camp Location: Knoxville, MD 21758

Bus Transportation:  No bus transportation is available.

Buddy Requests: Buddy requests are not available. 

Volunteer at Camp!

Brunswick STEM Camp is planned and put on each year by a group of dedicated Girl Scout volunteers! Due to safety ratios, enough adults must volunteer each year for camp to run. Unfortunately, if not enough volunteers sign up, camp will be cancelled. We need your help to ensure that camp can happen this year and that every girl has an amazing camp experience.

Benefits of Volunteering

  • Guaranteed placement for your camper(s) – bypass the lottery and get early registration access in January
  • Reduced registration rate – you could receive up to 50% off the camp registration fee!
  • Units at camp for sons and preschool-aged children of volunteers - yes, they get to come to camp too!
  • Receive volunteer hours for training and camp days
  • Network with other Girl Scout volunteers in your area
  • Learn new skills, try new things, and take part in fun camp traditions!

Complete the interest form or connect with the camp team at BrunswickSTEMCamp@gmail.com. You’ll be happy you did!

Registration Information

Placement Type: First Come, First Served

Registration Deadline: Monday, June 26, 2023

Register your camper based on their 2022-2023 school year grade.

Want to pay a lower price for camp or guarantee your camper a spot at camp? Click the Volunteer at Camp! dropdown above.

Refund Policy: A full refund is acceptable until one month prior to camp starting (June 10, 2023). After that date, refunds will be reviewed on a case-by-case basis and be at the discretion of the camp directors. If a refund is received and the camper does not attend camp, they will not receive any patches or shirts. 

In the event of a camp cancellation by Girl Scouts Nation’s Capital, you will receive a full refund. If you must unexpectedly cancel your registration for this camp for reasons related to COVID-19, you will receive a full refund regardless of the time of cancellation. 

Teen Leadership Opportunities

AIT Requirements: Must have attended a Girl Scout day/evening camp and have completed 6th grade. AITs should first register for camp, but can email the camp before registration opens with their interest in becoming an AIT and a brief description of what training, if any, they have had towards the Program Aide or Junior Aide programs.

Aide Requirements: Must have attended a Girl Scout day/evening camp, completed Program Aide training by the time camp starts, and have completed 7th grade. Aides should first register for camp, but can email the camp before registration opens with their interest in becoming an aide and a brief description of what training, if any, they have had towards the Program Aide or Junior Aide programs.

Teen Leadership Program Information: Aides and AITs will be required to attend training and planning sessions (possibly virtual) about once a month January to June, and must actively participate in these sessions. Aides and AITs can earn service hours but will need to bring the corresponding paperwork for the director to fill out. AITs will learn how to become an aide while also participating in camp activities. Aides will be in charge of running stations or leading a group of girls with adult supervision.

Teen Leadership Contact: BrunswickSTEMCamp@gmail.com