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Day Camp

Nothing says summer like Girl Scout camp! At day camp, girls can continue their Girl Scouting experience with days of fun in the sun with friends. With us, the good times never end!

Keep revisiting this page as more day camps could add sessions as we progress through the spring and are able to better assess current conditions and planning possibilities.

  • Day camp details: Coming soon

o   Summer Day Camp registration opens on March 6, 2023. Please check out our activities page, as more sessions could be added in the coming months.

From drama to science to environmental preservation – our girls explore the world around them, try new things, and build self-esteem while having a blast at day camp. We offer a variety of opportunities focused on building girl’s confidence and leadership skills while participating in totally awesome activities like swimming, archery, team building exercises, and more.

Area day camps are 100% volunteer- run! Our trained dedicated day camp directors and their teams put in countless hours each year planning and implementing an exceptional experience for your Girl Scout. Interested in learning more about volunteering at a day camp near you? Reach out to

The safety and welfare of our girls is top priority for Girl Scouts – North Carolina Coastal Pines and as we head into summer, we will continue to stay on top of the latest COVID-19 updates and are striving to make the best of this summer!

This summer, you will notice:


We will be cleaning a lot more and between activity groups. Program kits will be provided when possible to avoid unnecessary contact.


Expect lots of hand washing and hand sanitizer. A decision about COVID testing, vaccination and mask use will be made as we assess the needs and options for our girls and volunteers closer to summer. 


Temperature and health checks will be done at check-in each day. Girls will not be allowed to participate if they are feeling ill. 


Not all areas will be offering their volunteer led day camps due to challenges like securing a location.    

We will continue to identify strategies/guidelines to keep our campers healthy in the evolving situation and plan to update parents as we move into the spring. Know that we are drawing on the best information available from the CDC, North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services, and the American Camp Association. If you have any questions, do not hesitate to reach out to us at

New this year, to request a campership (financial assistance) one will need to first register online and pay the deposit with a credit or debit card. During the registration process, check the box that says Request Financial Assistance. Once you have registered and paid the deposit, go to your My Events page, and select the event to find a document with additional instructions. In the document, you will find a link to complete the online application for financial assistance.

And don’t forget – your girl can invite her very best friends to attend with her…even if they aren’t Girl Scouts. That’s right, she can join Girl Scouts while registering for camp – our day camps are open to all girls of all ages as we work together to build a brighter generation for tomorrow.

Have questions? We’ve got your back. Contact the program team at

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