Camp Graham

Located in Vance County, this 155 acre camp sits on picturesque Kerr Lake. The property hosts two platform tent units, two cabin units and lots of open fields that are ideal for tent camping and group activities. In addition, the camp also has an open-air amphitheater and dining hall which make it a popular camping spot. Camp Graham is used for resident camp during the summer months but is available for troop camping, service unit events and community rental during the school year.

What makes Camp Graham unique is its incredible semi-private cove which is ideal for a variety of water sports including canoeing, swimming, and sailing.

Summer Camp at Graham

The waterfront is the place to be at Camp Graham during the summer! In addition to traditional camp activities, the camp offers an off-site horse program, paddle boarding, sailing and lifeguard certification for teen girls, Counselor-in-Training program and a low ropes course.

Amenities

  • Large Dining Hall/Meeting Space with commerical kitchen
  • Staff House with HVAC system
  • Open Air Amphitheater
  • Encampment Areas
  • Archery
  • Semi-private cove
  • Watercrafts including canoes, kayaks and sailboats
  • Unit Shelter with fireplace, tables and chairs, refrigerator, and electricity
  • Wash House – flush toilets and warm-water showers
  • Fire Circles with benches and cook rings
  • Low Ropes Course—Coming soon
  • New tree house unit—Coming soon

Reserve Camp Graham
Camp Graham Manual 

Camp Graham Tree House Project

The council is excited to annouce that construction has started on the Camp Graham Tree House Project with an expected completion date of Summer 2014.

In September 2012, as part of a multi-year property development plan, Girl Scouts – North Carolina selected a tree house unit concept and site plan developed by Weinstein Friedlein Architects based in Carrboro, N.C. The complex consists of six tree house units designed to each sleep twelve, a bath house, a program pavilion and campfire circle.  The units will be connected by an elevated walkway and will also include a lift, meeting accessibility compliance as set by the American Disability Act. 

The new tree houses will be available for troop and group camping opportunities in the fall of 2014.

Girl Scout members, alumnae and supporters will also have the opportunity to become a lasting part of Camp Graham history by purchasing a personalized, commemorative brick for the tree house unit fire circle. For more information about this project, individuals can contact the Girl Scouts’ fund development team at donate@nccoastalpines.org or 800-284-4475.