Camp Cedar Hill Celebrates 90th anniversary

Did you know that Cedar Hill in Waltham, Mass. was purchased by the Warren family in the 1850s, where they raised their children and spent their summers? Cornelia Warren, inherited the land and dedicated her life to education and social service organizations.

Cornelia was very generous and instructed her trustees to partition the Cedar Hill estate and give the land to charitable institutions. In 1923, trustees of Cornelia Warren’s estate donated 75 acres of the Cedar Hill property to Girl Scouts.
Today, Camp Cedar Hill is one of the largest day camps run by Girl Scouts of Eastern Massachusetts, where more than 800 girls from the surrounding area spend their summers swimming, hiking and exploring nature.
Cedar Hill Maze early 1900s

Join us to celebrate Camp Cedar Hill’s 90th Anniversary on Saturday, August 3.

Campers, Girl Scouts, alumnae, friends and family are welcome to spend the day celebrating this fantastic camp.

Guests will be able to visit the Cedar Hill Museum, take a tour of camp and participate in various camp activities such as canoeing, archery and swimming. Be sure to bring a picnic dinner as the festivities start at 2pm and will end at 8pm with s ‘mores and singing songs around the campfire. Cost is $15 per person and can be paid at the door. Please contact  for more information or to RSVP.

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