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Girl Scout Summer Camp is All about Making Memories

Looking to make memories that will last a lifetime? Then Girl Scout summer camp is the best place to be every summer! Check out our brand new 2017 Summer Camp Guide for an amazing summer of non stop fun! Get ready for a summer full of memories in the making!

And if you are wondering what our summer bus schedules look like - fear not! We already have them posted for your convenience. Check them out here!

Did you know 80% of girls who have been to camp said it was their #1 most memorable outdoor activity in Girl Scouts? It's true! Our camps are a great place to explore leadership, build skills, make memories, and develop self-esteem in a safe, fun environment all the while surrounded by the beauty and adventure of the outdoors!

Day Camp
Day camp is usually a one-week session but in some cases, a two-week session (hard to pack all that fun into one week sometimes!). Each day is thoughtfully designed insuring girls get the most out of every moment of every day. Girls are grouped according to their age and experience. Girls get swimming lessons and participate in outdoor activities like campfire cooking, canoeing, paddle-boating and hiking. Girls finishing grades K-8 are always welcome at day camp!

For those that are really ready to push outside their comfort zone (because we all know #ourgirlcan!)  - girls can challenge themselves on a deluxe ropes challenge course located at Camp Hoffman! This spectacular course was built thanks to a grant from The Champlin Foundations.


Overnight Camp
Girls come to Camp Hoffman, our overnight camp, for 3-day or one-week sessions. Girls receive swimming instruction and activities include horseback riding, rock climbing, sailing, theater, archery, surfing and kayaking. Girls dine in the spacious Barbara W. French Dining Hall. Girls entering grades 2-12 are welcome at overnight camp.

Girl Scouts of Southeastern New England is a proud member of the RI Association of Camps and the Rhode Island Environmental Education Association. All GSSNE summer camps are accredited by the American Camp Association.