Attending summer camp is a great way to build new skills, get a sense of community, and develop an appreciation for nature. Whether you go for a few days, a week, or longer Girl Scout camp gives you an opportunity to grow, explore, and have fun – all in a nurturing all-girl environment. And always under the guidance of caring, trained adults.
- Day Camp
- Girls attend day camp for one-week or, in some cases, two-week sessions. Each day is carefully planned to build on the lessons learned the previous day. Girls are placed in “units” according to their age and experience. Girls receive Red Cross swimming instruction (except at Camp Rocky Farm where girls swim in the ocean) and activities include outdoor cooking, canoeing, paddle-boating and hiking. Girls entering grades K-9 are welcome at day camp. Bus service to and from day camp is offered for just $15 for a one-week session.
Now girls can challenge themselves on a deluxe ropes challenge course located at Camp Hoffman! This spectacular course was built thanks to a grant from The Champlin Foundations.
- Overnight Camp
- Girls come to Camp Hoffman, our overnight camp, for 3-day or one-week sessions. Girls receive Red Cross swimming instruction and activities include horseback riding, rock climbing, sailing, theater, archery, surfing and kayaking. Girls dine in the spacious Barbara W. French Dining Hall. Girls entering grades 2-12 are welcome at overnight camp.
Click here for our 2013 Summer Camp Catalog and all of the other information you'll need. Registration opens in early March.
Our beautiful camp properties are available to Girl Scout troops throughout the year...for one-day “outdoor days” or overnight camping – even during winter!
Download the 2014 Troop Camp Brochure (PDF) for detailed information about site/season availability and pricing. Know where you want to go, when you want to go and what you want to do? Then here are the forms you’ll need:
Troop Outdoor Day Reservation Form (PDF)
Troop Camp Application and Reservation Form (PDF)
2013/2014 Community Sponsored Troop Camping Intent Form (PDF)
For more detailed information, or if you have a question, please contact us at 401.331.4500 or 800. 331.0149.
Girl Scout camps are a place for girls to explore their world in a safe, comfortable setting.
Girl Scouts of Rhode Island, Inc. owns four beautiful camp properties, carefully maintained by our property staff for the benefit of our girls, alumnae, adult volunteers and the community at large.
Camp Cookie is located in Glocester, RI, on 95 acres of oak and pine woodlands. Girls participate in swimming lessons and recreational swim in a natural pond. Camp Cookie serves the communities of northern RI.
Click here for directions to Camp Cookie.
Camp Hoffman is located in West Kingston, RI. The camp is situated on the shores of Larkin Pond and is known for its beautiful pine groves, open meadows, a historical cemetery and many hiking trails and, now, a deluxe ropes challenge course! Girls participate in swimming lessons and recreational swim in a natural pond. Camp Hoffman is the site of our overnight camp programs; girls from all over the Northeast attend Camp Hoffman.
Click here for directions to Camp Hoffman.
Camp Green Forest
Camp Green Forest is what we call the day camp program that we operate at Camp Hoffman. Camp Green Forest serves the communities of southern RI and CT.
Click here for directions to Camp Green Forest at Camp Hoffman.
Camp Rocky Farm
Camp Rocky Farm is located in Newport, RI, within walking distance of Ocean Drive. Girls visit the nearby beach for recreational swimming and beachcombing. Camp Rocky Farm serves the communities on Aquidneck Island, Jamestown, Tiverton and Westport, MA.
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Camp Promising Acres
Camp Promising Acres is located in Swansea, MA. A full-size in-ground swimming pool and 140 acres of hills, ponds and streams make this camp unique. Camp Promising Acres serves the communities of East Bay RI and southeastern MA.
Click here for directions to Camp Promising Acres.
The Big Picture
Girl Scouts of RI is a proud member of the RI Association of Camps and the Rhode Island Environmental Education Association. All GSRI summer camps are accredited by the American Camp Association.
The Benefits of Summer Camp
Check out www.campparents.org, a website created by the American Camp Association to help parents learn more about the benefits of camp and what type of camp may be the best for your camper.