Get your creative juices flowing and let your
imagination go as you make your own unique jewelry, colorful tie-dye
creations, and intricate lanyards. Draw, paint, and create as you
find inspiration in the beauty of the mountains. Explore camp and
create art out of nature as you find inspiration in the beauty of the
4-6, RH Cabins Session 1 July 5-8, Session 5 August 1-5
Axes, Knives and Arrows
Stay sharp and safe. Learn
proper knife safety and work on your outdoor skills while you learn
safe and proper techniques. Learn how to safely throw on the NEW
tomahawk range and take archery to the next level.
6-12, Lower Camp Cabins Session 1 July 5-8, Session 4 July 25-29,
Session 6 August 8-12
Explore camp like only Brownie Can! Paddle
around the lake, take aim at archery, and get creative at arts and
crafts. Sing silly songs with your friends under the starry night sky.
Each day will bring new and exciting adventures.
RH Cabins Session 1 July 5-8, Session 2 July 11-15, Session 3 July
18-22, Session 4 July 25-29, Session 5 August 1-5, Session 6 August 8-12
Camp Scene Investigation
This is a camp “whodunit”
mystery; together you and your fellow investigators will follow the
clues to close the investigation. Campers will learn about the
science, technologies, and investigation skills used by Special
Agents. All Girl Scout Cadettes will earn the Girl Scout Special Agent
Grades: 6- 8, RH Cabins Session 2 July 11-15
Don’t sit inside when you can be outside and enjoy the crystal
clear mountain air! Whether you are new to camp or camp regular; try a
little bit of everything- including hiking, climbing tower, archery
and so much more. Choose your own adventure and have a summer to
YOUNGER- Grades 4-6, RH Cabins Session 1 July 5-8,
Session 2 July 11-15, Session 3 July 18-22, Session 4 July 25-29,
Session 5 August 1-5, Session 6 August 8-12
OLDER- Grades 7-12, RH Cabins Session 1 July 5-8, Session 2 July
11-15, Session 3 July 18-22, Session 4 July 25-29, Session 5
August 1-5, Session 6 August 8-12
Camper Sampler Extended
Don’t sit inside when you can be
outside and enjoy the crystal clear mountain air! Whether you are new
to camp or camp regular; try a little bit of everything- including
hiking, low ropes, archery and so much more. Choose your own adventure
and have a summer to remember!
Grades 7-12, RH Cabins
Session 2 July 11-22
Camp Scherman Top
Take your outdoor cooking to the next level.
Create meals of epic proportions and compete for the Camp Scherman
“Top Schef” title. Bring some of your fantastic cooking ideas and in
between creations you can experience a buffet of activities, like the
climbing tower, archery and canoeing. Do you have what it takes to be
a Menzies Masterchef? Show off your skills and learn a few tricks as
you work with your group to share a love of food.
7-12, Lower Camp Cabins Session 4 July 25-29
a storm while your learn to prepare mouthwatering meals and delicious
treats. In between tastings, you can experience a buffet of
activities, like the climbing tower, archery and canoeing.
Grades 4-6, Lower Camp Cabins
Session 5 August 1-5
While earning the Program Aide Award, girls will
have the opportunity to deepen their understanding of what leadership
development means and enhance their skills in communication, group
dynamics and team building. When not engaging in LEAP programming,
campers will be able to participant in a wide variety of camp
programming. Take the leap from camper to counselor in this program of
Leadership Experience And Practice. Spend this special session with
your sister campers learning the essentials of leadership. Teach new
things to other campers, learn what your strengths and skills are and
how best to utilize them and capitalize on this opportunity to
discover your leadership potential
Grades 6-9, Lower Camp
Cabins Session 2 July 11-22
Where magic and camp make the perfect pair. Design your very own
wand, and experiment with spells and potions while exploring the magic
of Camp Scherman. Take part in medieval activities like tomahawk
throwing and Viking whipcord braiding. Campers will earn the “Playing
the Past” Badge during this session.
Grades 6-8, RH Cabins
Session 3 July 18-22, Session 6 August 8-12
like to stay up late and sleep in later the next day? Experience the
wonders of camp after the sun goes down and enjoy a wide range of
activities under the starry sky. Enjoy an evening canoe paddle, tell
stories and roast marshmallows Use your night vision to hike with the
light of the moon as your guide and find constellations while
exploring camp by night.
Grades 7-12, RH Cabins Session 1July
5-8, Session 3 July 18-22
Peaks 2 Paddles
Lace up your boots, fill up your water bottle and join us for
adventures exploring trails. The adventure doesn’t stop with hiking,
paddle your way across the lake to more water based adventures. Why
take the road when you can take a winding trail?
Lower Camp Cabins- Session 3 July 18-22, Session 6 August 8-12
Roughin’ It (NEW)
Embrace the adventure of the outdoors;
sleep outside under a blanket of stars (or in a tent)! Learn knots,
and orienteering, when not eating in the dining hall enjoy outdoor
cooking. Are you ready to take on a challenge? Work on outdoor skills
throughout the session as you prepare to take a walk on the wild side.
Test yourself against the elements when kayaking, and on the climbing
wall. Challenge accepted!
Grades 5-8, 101 Meadow/Lower Camp
Cabins Session 5 August 1-5
Swim Paddle Play
Grab your sunscreen and your swimsuit for a water filled
adventure! Experience a “polar bear” swim in the morning and swim
under the stars at night, play battleship on the lake, and paddle onto
your next camp activity.
Grades 4-6, Lower Camp Cabins
Session 1 July 5-8, Session 4 July 25-29
Measure twice, cut once. Hammer and nails are what is needed to
create and build at camp. Safety and fun will be a part of When not
hammering and sawing explore camp and like archery and
Grades 4-6, RH Cabins Session 4 July 25-29
Would you be prepared for a zombie apocalypse?
Here is your opportunity to embrace the adventure of Zombie
Apocalypse- hone your marksmanship with archery challenges, discover
orienteering and basic survival skills while exploring camp.
Grades 4-8, RH Cabins Session 3 July 18-22, Session 5 August 1-5
Take the Reins
Beginner and Intermediate riders
will have fun with an emphasis on instruction and trail riding,
grooming and caring for the horses, as well as developing and
strengthening your skills of mounting, dismounting, and riding
position for walking and trotting. Please note that all riding is
Grades 5-8, Lower Camp Cabins Session 4 July
Grades 7-12, Lower Camp Cabins Session 5 August
Grades 4-6, Lower Camp Cabins, Session 6 August 8-12
Intermediate and Advanced older riders will advance their western
trotting skills, ride bare back and learn to maneuver around the poles
at a higher gait, perfect your posture and enjoy longer trails in and
around camp. All girls will take a riding test and their riding
ability will determine their participation in certain activities.
Showcase your horse-girl skills during a fun filled all camp “rodeo”.
Includes the potential for an out of camp trip multi- night hike/ride.
Please note that all riding is western style.
Session 2 July 11-22