- Horseback Riding - daily instructional horseback riding. Add $95
- Ropes Course Adventure – daily high adventure, climbing wall, rappelling, low ropes, and high ropes. Add $95
- Outdoor Journey – daily activities sequenced to satisfy the requirements for the Outdoor Journey. Add $35.
Questions about Summer Camp - contact Aimee Canterbury, Director of Girl Experience at [email protected] or call (205)655-3782
There is no summer camp at KPC this year.
Currently registered Girl Scout members qualify for a $25 discount off the prices listed above for resident camp (regular and mini sessions,) day camp, and Counselor in Training programs. Girls who participate in the 2020 Girl Scout Cookie Program qualify for an additional $35 discount off the prices listed for resident camp and Counselor in Training. Girls who participate in the 2020 Girl Scout Cookie Program qualify for an additional $25 discount off the price listed for day camp. No discounts apply to Mom & Me, Troop Core Camp, GSNCA Takes on Savannah, or Older Girl Adventure Trip. Discounts will be automatically applied during the registration process.
Camperships are available to girls currently registered as members of Girl Scouts of North-Central Alabama. The application can be found here. Application deadline is February 1, 2019. Financial assistance can be applied to any session other than Mom & Me or Troop Core Camp.
Resident camp offers girls the opportunity to stay at camp for 5
nights- Sunday- Friday or 2 nights in the mini sessions. Girls sleep
in cabins of 4-6 girls of similar age with counselors in a nearby
cabin. The youngest girls may sleep in bunk houses that sleep up to 18
girls plus the counselors all in 1 room with bathrooms in the same
building. The combination of choose as you go activities and
progressive specialized activities will create a perfect camp
experience! Shorter “mini” sessions will be offered this year. These
are a great option for younger and first- time campers.
Choose as you go
Girls have the ability to choose all of their activities at camp. They choose 2 morning activities after breakfast and 2 afternoon activities after lunch. These activities are a variety of traditional camp activities, badge related activities, crafts, and swimming. Both high energy and low energy activities are offered throughout the day to meet the desires of every girl. Some activities have limited availability. These activities will be represented by a sticker on the sign-up card. Once the girl participates in the activity, the sticker will be removed from her sign-up card. This will ensure that everyone gets a chance to do the activity before repeats are allowed. Choose as you go activities are introductory.
Progressive Specialized Activities
These are optional activitites that girls may select during registration. These activities do have an additional cost to participate. Girls are automatically signed up for their PSA every day- resulting in 1 less choose as you go activity option for them. PSAs are progressive in nature and the activities each day are intensive. Only girls who sign up for PSAs will be able to participate in the specific activities/ combination of activities. They will not be offered as choose as you go activities.
PSA choices at Camp Colman
PSA choices at Camp Trico
Day Camp is offered at Camp Coleman for girls and boys entering grades 1-6. Lunch is available for an additional $35. Drop off in the morning is at 8:00; pick up in the afternoon is at 5:00. Day campers will have the opportunity to choose from four activities each day in the “choose as you go” format. Day campers can sign up for the horseback riding specialized progressive activity.
Troop Core Camp
Troop Core Camp is offered at Camp Trico. Troops can choose from the Monday- Wednesday or Wednesday- Friday session. Check in is at 4:00 pm and check out is at 1:00. All meals and a full schedule of traditional camp activities are included in the fee. An hour by hour schedule will be provided upon arrival at camp. No special training is required. Troops must provide adult supervision to meet Safety Activity Check Points.
Work at Camp
Summer camp counselors are the foundation to a positive experience for campers. Now accepting applications for summer staff age 18 and above. Click here to apply