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Girl Scout Heart of New Jersey Summer Camp Is A Great Choice!
Girl Scouts Heart of New Jersey – Space still available at Girl Scout Summer Camp for all girls entering grades 1 – 12. A variety of programs are available for Girl Scouts and non-Girl Scouts.
Summer Day Camp Programs: Camp DeWitt located in Hillsborough, NJ (One week sessions, June 25 - August 10) • THE OVAL located in South Mountain Reservation, Maplewood, NJ – (One week sessions, July 2 - Aug 10). Centrally located transportation is available to both camps with stops in Hunterdon, Somerset Counties, and Middlesex Borough for Camp DeWitt and Hudson, Union and Essex Counties for The OVAL.
Resident Camp Program: Camp Hoover located in Middleville, NJ - (One week sessions, July 8 - August 18).
A variety of programs and sessions are available to meet the interests and needs of all girls. Each week is jam packed with a variety of activities such as: arts, fashion, sports, outdoor cooking, environmental studies, crafts, swimming, and cooking. Please view our on-line camp brochure at www.gshnj.org for specific details about each camp and its unique offerings.
Girl Scout Summer Camp has many benefits: all girl environments focused on the needs of girls, professional trained Girl Scout facilitators, low staff camper ratios, activities divided by age-level with educational programs, a safe and secure site and trained staff including CPR/First Aid certified camp staff who have passed a background check.
Girl Scouts Heart of New Jersey provides summer camp opportunities to every girl, regardless of her family’s financial situation. Financial assistance is available for is available for girls who otherwise would not be able to attend camp. HURRY!
For more information or to view an on-line brochure and application visit our website at www.gshnj.org/
Girl Scouts Heart of New Jersey builds girls of courage, confidence, and character who make the world a better place. For information on Girl Scouts or to volunteer, call 908-518-4400 or visit us at www.gshnj.org.