Welcome to Girl Scout Resident Camp! At our three unique resident camps, girls get to pick sessions that best suits their needs and interests—we have a little something for everyone, including sailing, canoeing, horseback riding, art, outdoor survival, drama, and everything in between! If this is your first time to go to camp, or if you’re looking for something new, we suggest you check out all three of our camps and take a look at the sessions—you’re sure to find a session or two you’ll love!
Each session description lists the major activities that your camper will participate in. Your camper will also visit the pool each day, Monday through Thursday. Once at camp, campers will get to pick from several traditional and fun camp activities to round out their camp experience. Depending on the camp, these could include archery, crafts, games, dance, theater, canoeing, hiking, nature exploration, painting, and more. Sometimes the camp staff can offer other specialized activities like sign language or pottery, based on the talents of our camp staff.
Fridays are reserved as FUN FRIDAY! Special activities take place on Fun Friday, including a chance for campers to try activities that they might not have been able to sign up for or that they did not realize they wanted to try until they saw their friends having fun. Unfortunately, sailing at Camp Casa Mare and horseback riding at Camp Misty Meadows are only for those who sign up for a sailing or riding session.
Sample Daily Schedule
|7:00 a.m.||Wake Up|
|7:45 a.m.||Flag Raising|
|9 a.m.-noon||Morning Class Rotations|
|1:30-3:00 p.m.||Turtle Time/Hill Time *|
|3:00-5:30 p.m.||Afternoon Class Rotations|
|7:15 p.m.||Evening Activities **|
|10:00 p.m.||Lights Out|
* Turtle Time/Hill Time is an afternoon rest time, designed to give campers a chance to complete some activities as a unit, catch up on unit kapers, and be out of the sun during the hottest part of the day.
** Evening Activities change each night and can include an all-camp dance, campfire complete with stories, song and skits, night swim and more.
Please note: Driving directions to camp can be found under the “Parents” tab.
Camp Agnes Arnold
Shadow Lake is the main attraction at Camp Agnes Arnold located near Conroe. The lake offers 35 acres of cool, refreshing fun for campers. Girls may enjoy canoeing, swimming, nature study, and fishing on Shadow Lake.
The legends of the Magic Elf and Hipper entertain and delight the imaginations of all campers. In addition to the focus of the session, campers also participate in traditional camp activities such as swimming, making crafts, going on hikes, hanging out, archery, playing games, and making new friends.
Campers will stay in tents, tree houses, or cabin units of 24-36 girls each. With a view of the lake, girls eat most of their meals in the air-conditioned Ann Temple Allen Lodge. Near the lodge, the climate-controlled craft rooms and library/memorabilia room also offer an escape from the summer heat.
* Every effort is made to follow the planned session designs as closely as possible. Weather or unexpected factors may alter activities.
Camp Casa Mare
Sea breezes, relaxing on the porch swings, and sailing on the bay are what campers at Camp Casa Mare can expect this summer. This camp located on Galveston Bay is a tropical paradise for ocean lovers and landlubbers alike.
A fleet of Sunfish sailboats and sloops provides a challenging experience for those who wish to gain expertise or just enjoy recreational sailing. Activities for the landlubbers include sports, hanging out with friends, enjoying nature, fencing, drama, and archery.
In addition to the focus of the session, campers participate in traditional camp activities such as swimming, crafts, games, and making new friends. Girls staying at Camp Casa Mare live in dormitories. Campers gather in the air-conditioned galley for meals and all-camp assemblies. The galley also houses craft/activity rooms and a display of the camp’s rich history.
Please Note: Not all sessions sail. Check to make sure the sessions you are choosing include sailing if this one of the experiences you are expecting your daughter to have.
Camp Misty Meadows
Horseback riding is the main attraction at Camp Misty Meadows near Conroe. The Robert and Janice McNair Equestrian Center includes four riding arenas and a herd of 40 horses waiting to be ridden, loved, hugged and groomed by summer campers. Girls can experience different levels of equestrian experiences.
In addition to the four-legged attractions, the camp offers a pool, archery range, riflery range and a covered pavilion. Traditional camp activities such as making crafts, hanging out with friends, enjoying nature, going on hikes, cooking outdoors, playing games, and making new friends are all part of the fun.
Cabins and dormitories are home to girls staying at Camp Misty Meadows. Campers enjoy most meals in the air-conditioned comfort of the Wortham Lodge. The lodge also features a stage, craft/activity rooms, and a large covered patio.
Please Note: Not all session ride. Check to make sure the sessions you are choosing includes riding if this is one of the experiences you are expecting your daughter to have.