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“Girl Scouts Love State Parks” Initiative Aims to Get Every Girl Outside July 13 and 14


Girl Scouts of San Jacinto Council (GSSJC) and Girl Scouts of the USA (GSUSA) announced their first-ever Girl Scouts Love State Parks weekend July 13–14 for girls, their families and friends to experience the great outdoors, an integral part of the organization’s all-girl leadership program. Join GSSJC and thousands of girls in hundreds of state parks across the United States to find adventure, explore nature, and learn what Girl Scouts is all about.

The legacy of Girl Scouts and the outdoors is profound. Studies show that 71 percent of girl members ages 8–14 tried their first outdoor activity through the organization and half would not have had access to outdoor activities and programming if not for Girl Scouts. GSUSA’s cutting-edge environmental conservation; camping; and outdoor science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) programming is rooted in a passion for adventure and healthy risk-taking combined with taking action to protect the environment for present and future generations. Girl Scouts wants to get even more girls outside through Girl Scouts Love State Parks.

In collaboration with the National Association of State Park Directors (NASPD), GSSJC is encouraging girls, their families and friends to visit the following Texas state parks: Brazos Bend, Huntsville, Mission Tejas, Sheldon Lake and Village Creek. Participants can also purchase an exclusive Girl Scouts Love State Parks patch and other related merchandise from the Girl Scout Shop  

Visit GSSJC’s Facebook page for more details on the Girl Scouts Love State Parks event.