Dive into these resources to help you learn more about our camp and discover what adventure fits your needs this summer!
If you don’t find the answer to your question below, please contact us at 704-731-6500 or firstname.lastname@example.org and we will be glad to help!
Camp Types, FAQs, Tours
Camp can be exciting and overwhelming for parents and campers. Luckily, with the right resources, it can be a great experience for all! Please check out our information sheets below:
You and your camper can also check out one of our online Q&A sessions to ask questions of our camp staff, and find out more about our program. RSVP at the links below to get an email when the Q&A webinar is about to start:
- March 24, 6:30pm - RSVP Here
If you would like to visit our camp properties and tour the cabins and activity areas, here is how to do so:
- For the Day Camp property in Charlotte, NC:
- Please contact our Council Office Customer Care team at email@example.com or 704-731-6500 to set up a time to visit. Customer Care is open from 9am-5:30pm, Monday to Friday, and will usually have someone available to give you a brief tour during those hours.
- For the Overnight Camp property in Statesville, NC:
- Early bird pricing is from March 15 - 31
- Mid-level price is from April 1 - 15
- Register April 15 or later, pay full price.
To register, all you need to do is pay the $50 deposit!
Final payments are due June 1 for June programs, and June 15 for July Programs.
You don’t have to be a Girl Scout to participate.
There will be a $10 change fee to switch sessions. Transfer requests must be received no later than 3 weeks before your session.
Health and Safety
The health and safety of your camper is our top priority, and we have made many adjustments and additions to our camp properties and processes to have a fun and safe summer. We continue to working with the NC Department of Health, the CDC and the American Camp Association to make sure all of our protocols are in line with their most current recommendations. Please note we may continue to make changes as our camp dates get closer and new information is available, but we will share these updates with all participants as quickly as possible. In addition to lower session capacity, new guidelines include routine mask requirements for all staff and campers, health and temperature checks, and more, and these will be fully outlined in materials given to families before the start of their camper’s session.