Summer Camp 2014
Summer camp registration is now open! Please visit www.camplikeagirl.org to register. While at Camp Like a Girl, you can also click on each camp link on the homepage to view a complete list of the 2014 programs being offered. There is something for everyone! Whether your interest is llamas, horses, cooking, STEM, adventure or Girl Scout skills, we have it all! Be sure to register early as sessions tend to fill quickly. All that is required to reserve your spot at camp is a $50 deposit.
Don't forget we offer special early bird discounts for a limited time of $100 off week-long sessions and $50 off mini-sessions. This discount expires January 27 so register today to receive the lowest prices possible!
Troop Summer Camp 2014
Registration for Summer Core Camp is now open! Core Camp is a great troop camping experience that is held during our summer resident camp. All of your lodging, meals and most of your activities are included in your registration fee.
Keyauwee Core Camp:
June 11-13, 2014
Camp Craze at Ginger Cascades:
Pick ANY Saturday to spend four hours at camp!
Troop Explorers at Ginger Cascades:
Pick ANY Sunday-Tuesday or Wednesday-Friday or Friday-Sunday to spend at camp!
Each of our camp properties offers winterized cabins for troops to use. Each unit offers an attached bathroom and heat for your winter camping needs. We are now accepting reservations through February at Camp Ginger Cascades, Camp Pisgah and Keyauwee Program Center. If you are interested in camping this winter, please contact our camping services manager at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Don't forget if you book a winter camping trip now through April 1, you can receive 25 percent off with the winter camping coupon!
Don't Miss These Exciting Programs
Happening at Camp!
Introduction to Dressage- Riding Workshop at Circle C Ranch, Girl Scout Cadettes, Seniors & Ambassadors
February 22, 9 a.m.- Noon
This three-hour program will introduce riders to the fundamentals of dressage with a focus on accuracy of school figures and quality of movement. Barn lessons will include learning about the history of dressage, setting the arena and a brief riding demonstration. Riders must be comfortable riding independently at walk and trot.
Hope to see you all at camp this winter!
The Outdoor Camping Team