Upcoming Events

May 31, 2014

Come Sail Away

Girls will join the Living Classrooms Foundation for a two-day boating adventure on either the ship Lady Maryland or the Skipjack and sail away on the Magothy River (from the Baltimore Inner Harbor to Camp Whippoorwill)! Cost includes dinner on Saturday, two meals on Sunday, overnight camping, a program patch, and two days of boating.

Who: Girl Scout Juniors – Ambassadors
Cost: $90

Start: May 31, 2014 9:00 am
End: June 1, 2014 3:00 pm
Venue: Camp Whippoorwill

June 1, 2014

Scavenger Hunt

Attention nature lovers!!!! Do you notice little marvels in nature? Do designs in patterns of leaves or sticks in the shape of letters catch your eye? Ever see a paw print and wonder where it goes? We have the scavenger hunt for you!!! Come explore Camp Ilchester and search for clues to complete the hunt, make some new friends and learn a thing or two about some animal friends and the great outdoors! Fun Patch included. This is not a drop off event.

Register by May 28, 2014

Who: Girl Scout Daisies-Juniors and their friends.
Cost: $8
To Register: Contact Katina Denikos at Clementines.Scavengerhunt@gmail.com.

Start: June 1, 2014 2:00 pm
End: June 1, 2014 4:00 pm
Venue: Camp Ilchester

June 7, 2014

5K Event at Camp Conowingo

On Your Mark, Get Set, Go!!!!! Meet us at Conowingo for our 1ST annual Family and Friends of GSCM Fun Run/ Walk Event. It’s a great way to enjoy the camp and experience some of what it has to offer all while taking part in this absolutely Fun Run. Activity includes a t-shirt designed by one of our participants. Information about the t-shirt contest will be shared with all registrants so they can submit their designs for the contest. Good Luck! This is not a drop-off event.

Register: By May 25, 2014

Who: All levels and their family & friends
Cost: $20
To Register: Contact Katina Denikos at clementines.5KRun@gmail.com

Date: June 7, 2014
Venue: Camp Conowingo

ToGetHerThere: Mock Interview

Before a major event, like a school play or a sports game, what do you do? You practice! So why wouldn’t you do the same thing before a college or job interview? You’ll have the opportunity to mock interview with one of our GSCM Staff or Board Members and gain helpful feedback and suggestions. Upon registering for the event, you will be sent an email which will give you the option to choose to either practice interviewing for college or for a job (part-time and full-time). You can also mock interview for the “future” job you will want once you’ve graduated college. The dress code for the day is “business”. Please bring a résumé.

Who: Girls in grades 9-12
Cost: $5
Questions? Contact Allison Jakubczyk, at ajakubczyk@gscm.org, or 410.358.9711

Start: June 7, 2014 10:00 am
End: June 7, 2014 2:00 pm
Venue: GSCM Urban Program & STEM Center

Medieval Times Girl Scout Appreciation Day

This special show features a presentation about the falcons in the show and about the care and training of horses, plus a chance to meet the cast after the show.  All participants will receive the Medieval Times participation patch.

Doors open at 11am; Show begins at 12pm

Location: Medieval Times Baltimore Castle
7000 Arundel Mills Circle
Hanover, MD 21073

Click here For more information and registration.

Start: June 7, 2014 11:00 am
End: June 7, 2014 2:00 pm
Venue: Medieval Times Baltimore Castle

June 14, 2014

Girls just want to have fun! (Formerly mommy & me)

Girls in grades 1-5

$30 per person

This is an opportunity for daughters and moms or favorite female role models to experience overnight camping together. Conowingo’s trained staff will provide all activities and meals; parents will provide supervision. Come meet the camp staff, see the facilities and participate in fun camp activities including crafts, nature exploration, swimming, campfire, songs, s’mores and more!  Every girl will earn a camping fun patch.

Register online

Start: June 14, 2014 10:00 am
End: June 15, 2014 10:00 am
Venue: Camp Conowingo

Girl Scout Inner Harbor Cruise – FULL


What’s a more perfect way to spend Flag Day than by enjoying a narrated tour of Baltimore’s Inner Harbor? See historic neighborhoods of Federal Hill, Fells Point, Little Italy and Canton, as well as the Baltimore Downtown Skyline, and the USS Constellation. See one of our nation’s largest ports with its working docks, shipping and other maritime industry vessels. You will also get a glimpse of Fort McHenry, a national landmark! You may bring a bagged lunch to eat on board.

Who: All levels (children 2 and under are free)
Cost: $10
Questions? Contact Allison Jakubczyk, at ajakubczyk@gscm.org, or 410.358.9711

Start: June 14, 2014 1:00 pm
End: June 14, 2014 2:00 pm
Venue: Baltimore Inner Harbor

June 15, 2014

Camp open house

Girls in grades k-12

$5 per person, dads get in for free

This year we are celebrating father’s day with the kick off for summer camp 2014! Come out for a day and enjoy a day of activities including rock wall climbing, swimming, horses, archery, games, crafts, and much more. You can tour the camp as well as meet the summer camp staff!


Start: June 15, 2014 12:00 pm
End: June 15, 2014 5:00 pm

June 16, 2014

Resident Camp – Session 1

Grades 2-3

Teddy & me
Pack your favorite teddy bear for this camp adventure. After spending time at the pool, making crafts, singing songs and exploring nature girls will find out where all the teddy bears go for their picnic at conowingo. Make your own teddy bear and feast at the teddy bear picnic. A great week for the first-time camper.

$265  if you register by March 1
$285 to register after March 1

Grades 4-5

Just Camp!
Come and do it all! Designed for both first-timers and return campers, this session lets you have fun at camp for a short week! Sing songs, cook over a campfire, go swimming, hiking and more. You will get the chance to make new friends, do cool arts & crafts projects, play fun games, and try everything that is camp conowingo. Don’t forget to try the s’mores!

$279 if you register by March 1
$300 to register after March 1

Saddles, paddles and arrows
You will spend your time enjoying horses, archery and canoeing this week. Learn the fundamentals of canoeing and take two trips to the horse stables for corral rides. Top it off with a bulls-eye in archery class. Swimming, making crafts and going on nature hikes are all a part of this adventure-filled week. (horses may not be ridden in excessive heat. If this occurs, other activities will be offered during that time.)

$312 if you register before March 1
$335 to  register after March 1

Grades 6-8

Conowingo chillin’
Are you feeling stressed out these days? Come out to conowingo to relax and chill while learning tips and techniques for taking care of yourself.  Girls will be able to pamper themselves this week by turning their unit into a camp spa. Relax with soothing music, learn about healthy eating, make natural beauty products, and enjoy activities like floating in the pool, writing in your journal and unwinding with yoga. Girls will also be able to spend time enjoying regular camp activities like crafts, nature hikes and campfires. Come chill with us while working on the eating for beauty badge.

$312 if you register by March 1
$335 to register after March 1

Survivor girl
Survival skills meet science as girls survive their troop’s (make-believe) camping trip in yellowstone national park.  Although scientists didn’t predict it, an earthquake shook the troop’s tents for two minutes, broke the water pumps, and disrupted the generators in the park. To make matters worse, all cell phones are dead and the girls can’t call for help.  The worst part is that the troop’s animal-proof food box fell down a ravine.  As a troop, the girls must develop a wind-powered crank to lift their food box, create a water filter to clean water for drinking, build a shelter to withstand any aftershocks, and design a car prototype that will make it over the terrain to deliver their message to potential rescuers.  Along with learning how to survive in the wild, girls will experience various science, technology, and engineering activities, such as extracting dna from strawberries, creating working circuits, and launching paper rockets.

$330 if you register by March 1
$355 to register after March 1

Grades 9-12

You can’t do that at camp!
Be prepared for some awesome fun during this camp session! Watch movies, sing songs, stay up late, do some yoga, listen to music and even eat delivered pizza!  Of course, you’ll also want to participate in some of the activities you can do at camp—like crafts, swimming, canoeing, ropes and archery. You plan your week because you can do that at camp.

$307 if you register by March 1
$330 to register after March 1

Start: June 16, 2014
End: June 20, 2014
Venue: Camp Conowingo

Riding Camp – Session 1

About GSCM riding camp

Whether you’ve been riding for years, are just starting lessons, or simply love horses, we have a riding level just right for you!  New this year at riding camp, girls entering grades 4-12 will experience the joy and adventure of english horseback riding in a safe and comfortable environment.  Conowingo’s equestrian staff have previous experience teaching horseback riding and will provide close and constant supervision during all aspects of the riding program

In the new horseback riding program, campers will be broken into four levels of experience. All program levels will focus on level appropriate horsemanship and horse care.  On every full day of camp, girls will have time in the stables learning about horse health care and riding time to work on skills in the ring and out on the trails. Girls will also learn the care and management of horses, hands on, by helping conowingo’s equestrian staff with feeding, cleaning, and grooming. Riding campers will also participate in other camp activities such as swimming, arts and crafts, nature exploration and the ropes course, as time allows.

Horses may not be ridden in excessive heat or other conditions that would make riding unsafe for campers or horses.  If this occurs, other activities will be offered during that time.

Cost to register : $348 before 3/1; $375after 3/1

How will it work?

Riding camp will be offered each session this summer.  After arriving for their session, girls will complete a written assessment of their experience, riding ability, and horse knowledge.  After the assessment, girls will be placed in the most appropriate skill level.  Each level will be given the opportunity to participate in activities, games, and challenges appropriate to their skill level both on and off the horse.

Please note: camp staff may change a girl’s riding level at any point during the week based on their assessment of her riding ability. This is to ensure her safety, as well as the safety of all riders at camp.

Level 1
Campers do not need any previous horse experience. In this level, girls will learn topics such as, but not limited to, the basics of horsemanship, horse sense, rules for safe riding, parts of the horse and tack, approaching, leading, saddling and bridling, mounting and dismounting, basic riding position, and basic aids and horse control. Girls will use these skills to play horse games and to venture out of the ring and onto conowingo’s trails.

Level 2
Campers need minimal horse experience and must be able to control a horse at a walk. In this level, girls will learn the basics of trail riding and use the skills they have to compete in various games in the ring as well as learning the trot. Girls will also expand their knowledge of horse colors and markings and horse behavior.

Level 3
Campers need to be comfortable around horses and have some experience.  They must be able to groom and tack with limited assistance, mount and dismount without assistance, and control a horse at a trot. In this level, girls will spend most of their riding time outside of the ring on the conowingo trails and the time spent in the ring will be focused on games and exercises. When not riding, girls will focus on areas such as basic horse first aid and horse behavior that will help them to become a stronger, more confident rider.

Level 4
Campers must be experienced and comfortable around horses. They must be able to groom and tack a horse without assistance, control a horse at the walk, trot, and canter, and safely ride in a group.  In this level, girls will use their riding ability to explore the trails, play games, and try new things that you can’t always do in a standard lesson program. Girls will also expand their knowledge of horse behavior and psychology, first aid, and everyday horse care.

Wit 1 & 2
Wrangler in training by application only – ambassadors, grades 11 or 12
Campers must be experienced and comfortable working with horses.  Campers must be able to ride with control and balance and to ride a variety of horses.  As a wit, girls will not only expand their knowledge of horses and horse care, but will learn how to pass that knowledge onto younger campers.  Girls will assist with instruction in horse care, horse sense, and horse behavior and help to lead trail rides and other activities.  Any level of rider can be a wit as long as they are comfortable around horses and willing to learn.

Start: June 16, 2014
End: June 20, 2014
Venue: Camp Conowingo

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