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Camp Cedar Hill
Camp Cedar Hill’s 75-acre property features an archery range, two pools, a pond, ropes challenge courses, and an alpine climbing tower. It is also home to the Girl Scout Museum at Dennett House, a service center housing GSEMA staff, and a retail shop.
Camp Favorite is located on 65 acres of sandy pines and oak bluffs on Long Pond, and features a small beach, a playing field, and a lily pond for nature exploration. The Cape Cod Rail Trail (bike trail) runs near the camp, and the Cape Cod National Seashore is nearby.
Camp Maude Eaton
Camp Maude Eaton features an archery range, a waterfront on Pomps Pond, a low ropes course, and a high ropes course with adventure elements including the Flying Squirrel. This property borders the Shawsheen River and the Lou Henry Hoover Memorial Sanctuary and Trail.
Camp Rice Moody
Camp Rice Moody sits on eight forested acres in a residential area, and is an easy one-mile hike from the Reading Town Forest. It features include an open play area that is well-suited for cookouts and troop activities, and a modern, all-purpose lodge for overnights and
Camp Runels is nestled on the shores of Little Island Pond, and features an extensive waterfront and boating area, large ball fields, archery range, a high ropes challenge course, nature trails, and campfire gathering areas.
This Martha's Vineyard property features a lodge complemented by three cleared acres and a wooded aread. The heated lodge features indoor bathrooms (and an outdoor shower!), a kitchen with appliances (limited supplies), and a fireplace. The property also hosts platform
Camp Wind-in-the-Pines is situated on 144 wooded acres, and offers a wide variety of amenities and activities. The Environmental Discovery Center (EDC) features self-guided exhibits, a troop camping room, climbing wall, and high ropes course (each room is available
The Friendship House is a charming, heated one-room schoolhouse with a view of scenic Gloucester Harbor, the nation's oldest fishing port. It is within walking distance of Stage Fort Park and is an excellent base for exploring historic Cape Ann. This
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