Summer Camp Adventure in Northern MA!

Camp Maude Eaton

Girls practicing archery at Camp Maude Eaton

Over 1,000 girls are currently having a blast at April Vacation Camp, making new friends, trying new activities, and staying active during their school break. We’ve heard more than a few of these girls say they can’t wait for summer camp to begin! If you live in northern Massachusetts, get your girl in on the action.

Camp Maude Eaton in Andover, MA, offers the best camp experience without going far from home. Pomps Pond is perfect for swimming and boating, while the Lou Henry Hoover Sanctuary and Nature Trail offers girls a fun place for land exploration. Campers can aim for the bull’s-eye at the archery range, or show off their adventurous side on the low or high ropes challenge courses.

Camp Rice Moody

Girls exploring nature at Camp Rice Moody

Or, in Reading, MA, younger girls can fill up their day with activities of all types at Camp Rice Moody! Splash in the swimming pool and enjoy an outdoor feast around a fire pit. Half-day options are available, as well as field trips for older girls. Themed sessions (Pirate Palooza, Glitterbugs, Splashtacular and more!) make the camp experience unforgettable. No wonder Camp Rice Moody has been a go-to summer destination for over 65 years!

Traditional camp activities accompany these unique weekly sessions at both camps… campfire songs, crafts, outdoor cooking… you name it. No matter which camp you go to, you are sure to make true and lasting friendships, which is the best part!

Not a Girl Scout yet? Not a problem! Prior Girl Scout or troop membership is not required. We can’t wait for you to join us!

Extended care options are available at both camps for families with a busy schedule, and check out our day camp bus routes to find the one closest to you.

Interested in learning more? Attend an open house, check out the Camp Maude Eaton and Rice Moody programs in our 2016 Camp Guide and register today!

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