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Weeklong Camps

Teen Camp

Teen Camp is the very best way for older girls to relax and reconnect with friends, with nature, and with their own interests. Girls can choose between three themed sessions: Horse Camp, Glamping, and Night Owls where they will join in activities based on their theme. Girls will also have the opportunity to participate in activities such as swimming, mountain biking, painting, kayaking to Girl Scout Island, and even sailing. Add in some all camp activities and time hanging out with other teens and this is sure to be the best week ever!

*Girls must have completed sixth grade to attend this camp.
Grades: Cadettes, Seniors, Ambassadors

Horse Camp (Webster Unit):
This is the perfect session for first-time riders or for more experienced riders ready to tackle the next challenge. Girls will spend time at the horse barn learning about grooming and general horse care, along with riding skills such as mounting, starting, stopping, turning, and more!

Glamping (Singing Hills House or Platform Tent Unit):
Sleep in, stay up late, and create! Girls will get to try their hand at sewing, concocting natural facials, creating stories, and baking sweet treats in the oven. 

Night Owls (Singing Hills House or Platform Tent Unit)
Uncover the mysteries camp has to offer after dark! Girls will explore the camp terrain on night hikes, discover the night sky by stargazing with friends, create flashlight art, and go kayaking at sunset. 

Singing Hills House Add on Fee: Girls who enjoy modern amenities like indoor bathrooms, showers, and air conditioning or who are unsure about sleeping outdoors can opt to sleep inside Singing Hills House. This option involves an add-on fee.

Early-bird registration ends March 25.

Early-bird fee (themed camp) $400
On-time fee (themed camp) $440
Early-bird fee (horse camp)  
On-time fee (horse camp) $600

This camp is now FULL!

Mini Overnight Camp

Mini Overnight Camp is the perfect camp for first-time campers or for girls looking to get a taste of everything camp has to offer. Girls can choose between three themed sessions: Horse Camp, Artrageous, or Paddle, Swim, and Play where they will join in activities based on their theme. Girls will also have the opportunity to participate in activities such as swimming, tie-dyeing, kayaking, and archery. Add in some all camp activities, campfires, and s’mores and girls will make memories to last a lifetime!

*Girls must have completed first grade to attend this camp.
Grades: Daisy, Brownie, Junior

Pony Tails (Webster Unit):
This camp session is more than just pony rides. Girls will experiences everything from the parts of the horse to grooming, tacking, and caring for horses.

Artrageous (Singing Hills House or Platform Tent Unit):
Picasso has nothing on this camp session! Girls will spend their time creating creative masterpieces and learning new skills by painting, weaving, and dying fabrics. 

Paddle, Swim, and Play (Singing Hills House or Platform Tent Unit):
Are you looking for fun in the summer sun? Girls will experience all the waterfront has to offer as they learn and improve their skills all while swimming, paddling kayaks or canoes, and playing water games with fellow water friends.

Singing Hills House Add on Fee: Girls who enjoy modern amenities like indoor bathrooms, showers, and air conditioning or who are unsure about sleeping outdoors can opt to sleep inside Singing Hills House. This option involves an add-on fee.

Early-bird registration ends March 25.

Early-bird fee
$240
On-time fee $264
 
Register for "Pony Tails" here
Register for "Paddle, Swim, and Play" here
Register for "Artrageous" here

 Program Aides for Mini Overnight Camp

 

ADD TO CIT ACCORDION

 

Camp Logan
203 EMS D14 Lane Syracuse, IN 46567

Monday, June 20, 9 AM to Friday, June 24, 4 PM

 Share your skills, passions, and experiences with younger Girl Scouts! Girls who have completed the Program Aide training are welcome to join us for a fun camp experience. Program Aides will have the opportunity to improve their leadership skills while working with younger campers as they experience camp through hands-on activities.

PA/CIT/WIT Experience Verification Form

Girl (Early-bird) $150
Girl (On-time) $165

 Grade Level: Cadettes

Weeklong Overnight Camp

WEEK 1

Camp Logan
203 EMS D14 Lane Syracuse, IN 46567

Grades: Brownie, Junior, Cadette, Senior, Ambassador

Weeklong overnight sessions are sure to be an adventure that girls will remember for the rest of their life! Overnight camp gives girls the unique opportunity to make new friends, discover their strengths, develop leadership skills, try new activities, and seek challenges all while having a ton of fun!

Girls can choose from different themed sessions and fill their time with specialty activities. Girls will also have the opportunity to participate in all their favorite camp activities such as swimming, crafts, boating, low ropes, and archery. Add in some all camp activities, special Girl Scout traditions, and campfires and this is sure to be a week to remember!

*Girls must have completed second grade to attend this camp.

Mission Impossible (Singing Hills House or Platform Tent Unit):
Camp is your mission, should you choose to accept it! Girls will stretch their skills and creativity by participating in a series of camp challenges and missions. Design an escape room, learn to send invisible messages, and complete outdoor adventures like mountain biking and kayaking.

Mad Scientist (Singing Hills House or Platform Tent Unit):
Bring out your inner mad scientist! Girls will program robots, shoot rockets, participate in an egg drop challenge, and create ooey gooey slime. Roll up your sleeves for a week of hands-on science fun! 

Horse Camp (Webster Unit):
This is the perfect session for first-time riders or for more experienced riders ready to tackle the next challenge. Girls will spend time at the horse barn learning about grooming and general horse care, along with riding skills such as mounting, starting, stopping, turning, and more! 

Early-bird registration ends March 25.

Early-bird fee
$400
On-time fee $440
ADD GRAPH FOR HORSE CAMP PRICES
 
Register for "Mission Impossible" here
Register for "Mad Scientist" here
Register for Horse Camp  here
 

 Counselor-in-Training (CIT) or Wrangler-in-Training (WIT) for Overnight Camp Week 1

 

Camp Logan
203 EMS D14 Lane Syracuse, IN 46567

Monday, June 20, 9 AM to Friday, June 24, 4 PM

Campers who have completed the Counselor-in-Training and who have completed eighth grade are welcome to join us for Overnight Camp. Campers will need to fill out the verification form to be selected to join us for camp. Counselor-in-Training leaders will join campers and assist the girls with hands-on activities. Wrangler-in-Training leaders are girls who have horse experience and would like to help horse campers during horse camp.

PA/CIT/WIT Experience Verification Form

Girl (Early-bird) $200
Girl (On-time) $220

 Grade Level: Cadettes, Seniors, Ambassadors

WEEK 2

Camp Logan
203 EMS D14 Lane Syracuse, IN 46567

Grades: Brownie, Junior, Cadette, Senior, Ambassador

Weeklong overnight sessions are sure to be an adventure that girls will remember for the rest of their life! Overnight camp gives girls the unique opportunity to make new friends, discover their strengths, develop leadership skills, try new activities, and seek challenges all while having a ton of fun!

Girls can choose from different themed sessions and fill their time with specialty activities. Girls will also have the opportunity to participate in all their favorite camp activities such as swimming, crafts, boating, low ropes, and archery. Add in some all camp activities, special Girl Scout traditions, and campfires and this is sure to be a week to remember!

*Girls must have completed second grade to attend this camp.

Giants, Wizards, and Elves (Singing Hills House or Platform Tent Unit):
Consider this your owl calling you to Camp Logan! Whether you are a first year camper or returning for more, a week at Giants, Wizards, and Elves will give you plenty to explore. Girls will brew up potions, join their unit in a Quidditch game, and dabble in herbology. They will also create crafting masterpieces and sample butterbeer too! 

Good Eats (Singing Hills House or Platform Tent Unit):
Dutch ovens, stick cooking, outdoor ovens, oh my! Get ready to cook up a storm! Girls will spend their week learning to prepare mouthwatering meals and delicious treats over the campfire. 

Horse Campers (Webster Unit):
This is the perfect session for first-time riders or for more experienced riders ready to tackle the next challenge. Girls will spend time at the horse barn learning about grooming and general horse care, along with riding skills such as mounting, starting, stopping, turning, and more! 

Singing Hills House Add on Fee: Girls who enjoy modern amenities like indoor bathrooms, showers, and air conditioning or who are unsure about sleeping outdoors can opt to sleep inside Singing Hills House. This option involves an add-on fee.

Early-bird registration ends March 25.

Early-bird fee $400
On-time fee $440

 HORSE CAMP PRICE ADD

SINGING HILLS FEE FOR WEEKLONG OVERNIGHTS AND TEEN (50$)

BOTH CIT AT BOTTOM - NO DUPLICATE (OR IN ACCORDIAN)

Register for "Good Eats" here
Register for "Giants, Wizards, and Elves" here
Register for Horse Camp here

 Counselor-in-Training (CIT) or Wrangler-in-Training (WIT) for Overnight Camp Week 2

 

Camp Logan
203 EMS D14 Lane Syracuse, IN 46567

Sunday, July 17, 6 PM to Friday, July 22, 4 PM

Campers who have completed the Counselor-in-Training and who have completed eighth grade are welcome to join us for Overnight Camp. Campers will need to fill out the verification form to be selected to join us for camp. Counselor-in-Training leaders will join campers and assist the girls with hands-on activities. Wrangler-in-Training leaders are girls who have horse experience and would like to help horse campers during horse camp.

PA/CIT/WIT Experience Verification Form

Girl (Early-bird) $200
Girl (On-time) $220

 Grade Level: Cadettes, Seniors, Ambassadors