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Troop Camping

At Girl Scouts of Southeastern New England, we strive to make our beautiful camp quoteproperties available to Girl Scout troops for a variety of purposes throughout the year, even during the winter! Access our camps for overnight troop camping or community camping (platform tent camping by troops from the same service unit).

Sleep in a platform tent, or in one of our cabins or lodges equipped with bunk beds, kitchen facilities, showers and fireplaces. Depending on the lodge, we can accommodate from 12 to 32 girls and their leaders.

Don’t want to stay overnight? Reserve one of our camps for an outdoor day in which your troop can enjoy hiking, canoeing, and cooking over an open fire – and then head home to go to sleep! Swimming is also an option in the summer; troops need to provide a certified lifeguard.

Take a Virtual Tour

Thanks to our CCRI video intern, Ashley Medrano, and Girl Scout Gold Award recipient and narrator Emily Markey, we invite you to tour our camps right now!

Click here for a virtual tour of Camp Rocky Farm in Newport, RI.

Click here for a virtual tour of Camp Narrow River in North Kingstown, RI.

Click here for a virtual tour of Camp Promising Acres in Swansea, MA.

Click here for a virtual tour of Camp Cookie in Glocester, RI.

 

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Pictured, left to right: Pat Smith, Charlotte Markey, Ashley Medrano, and Emily Markey.

What can we do?

Each GSSNE camp is equipped with a backpack full of outdoor program opportunities. The packs contain ideas, resources and equipment you can use to make your troop camp experience extraordinary and educational. What’s inside? Binoculars, magnifying glasses, compasses, nature identification books, paper jackknives, knot ropes, cookbooks, animal track identification, nature games and more! Look for the backpacks (purple or yellow) hanging inside the camp lodges (at Camp Hoffman, the pack is inside House by the Side of the Road).

Download the 2014 Troop Camping Brochure (PDF) for extensive information about site/season availability and pricing.

Other forms you may need:

Troop Outdoor Day Reservation Form (PDF)

Troop Camp Application and Reservation Form (PDF)

2014/2015 Community Sponsored Troop Camping Intent Form (PDF)

Please contact us at 401.331.4500 or 800.331.0149 for rates on primitive camp sites, waterfront and pool use, boat rental, and more!