Camp – It’s more than s’mores!January 20, 2013
By: Renee Pelletier, Camp Pathway and Outdoor Education Manager
Parents want the best opportunities for their children to be happy and successful. Sending a child to camp is one of the best tools to help children thrive. Girl Scout – North Carolina Coastal Pines’ summer camps offer a nurturing environment where girls can experience creative expression and play while living in a supportive community environment. They gain life skills by learning to work together, making choices, taking responsibility, developing creative skills, building self-reliance, and gaining confidence.
Girl Scout – North Carolina Coastal Pines’ summer camps are designed to help children build these important developmental skills all while offering exciting, fun activities to the campers. Camp Mary Atkinson, Camp Graham and Camp Hardee offer resident camp sessions for girls entering 2-12 grades. The summer camp staff members are hired for their experience, maturity, and to serve as positive role models for all of the girls who attend the camp program. The summer camp staff ensure the girls are having a fun and safe time while participating in canoeing, archery, outdoor cooking, kayaking, swimming, crafts, and much more!
All of the sessions have specific themes and activities – please view the 2013 Summer Fun Guide to find an exciting opportunity. Sending a girl to Girl Scout – North Carolina Coastal Pines’ summer camps ensures that she will make new friends, build self-reliance, increase her sense of self-worth and even get a chance to roast a s’more over a campfire.